Alexander Kendla_kendl


Associate Professor of Physics
PhD 2000, TU Munich





Alexander Kendl's research is focused on theory and computation of complex dynamical systems. Chaos and order in fluid and many-body systems with many degrees of freedom are ubiquitous phenomena in nature and technology. Simulation and modellling on high-performance computers help to achieve fundamental insights into nonlinear physical processes in complex matter. 

A present key research theme of Kendl's group is multi-scale turbulence and structure formation in two-dimensional dynamical systems and magnetised space, laboratory and fusion plasmas.

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Complex Systems Group

Related Links

Institute of Ion and Apllied Physics, Univ. Innsbruck