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Thursday, 13 June 2013
(at 13:00 in room HAL 115)
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Nonlinear Dynamics of Hysteretic Materials

Günter Radons


Chemnitz University of Technology
  Germany  






Using a simple mechanical device the principles of complex hysteresis are explained and demonstrated experimentally. Subsequently it is shown, how these principles find ubiquitous applications for various kinds of systems. Examples are magnetic materials, shape memory alloys, or the adsorption-desorption process in porous materials. Basic methods for the modeling of such systems are introduced. The interaction between systems showing complex hysteresis and their environment leads to novel challenges in the field of nonlinear dynamics. Some aspects thereof are highlighted.

Brief Bio:

1974-1986 Studium, Promotion und Postdoc and der Universität Regensburg, Forschungsthemen dort: Experimentelle Biophysik (Doppelresonanz-spektroskopie), Theorie der Dynamik von Superionenleitern, Chaos und Quantenchaos.
Weitere Stationen
1987-2000: U of Maryland, Univ. Kiel, Fraunhofer IPA Stuttgart. Forschungsthemen dort: Quantenchaos, neuronale Netze, Zeitreihenanalyse, Fraktale, Anwendungen in den Ingenieurwissenschaften.
Seit 2000: C4-Professur für "Komplexe Systeme und Nichtlineare Dynamik".

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