Nonlinear Dynamics and Complex Systems

The "Nonlinear Dynamics and Complex Systems" group at the Institute for Ion Physics and Applied Physics at University of Innsbruck is investigating the physics of complex dynamical systems.

Our present research topics are theory and computation of nonlinear dynamics, turbulence and structure formation in complex fluids and ionised many particle systems, with a focus on turbulence and transport at the edge of fusion plasmas.

 

Group leader: Univ.-Prof. Dr. Alexander Kendl
Contact
administration:
Mag. Elisabeth Obojes
Technikerstrasse 25/3,
A-6020 Innsbruck
E-Mail: Elisabeth Obojes
Tel.: +43 (0) 512 - 507 52721

News:

  • [15.11.22] Talk: "Full-f gyrofluid turbulence and reconnection" by F.F. Locker, at the 9th Fusion@ÖAW Fusion Day in Vienna.
  • [24.09.22] Paper: "Scaling law for interchange transport in magnetically confined electron-positron plasmas with ion impurity" by M. Kühbauch and A. Kendl, in "Fundamental Plasma Physics". (Link)
  • More news...

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