Contour plot of the stream function of an unstable mode at the onset of instability of Taylor-Couette flow with radial suction. From B. Gallet, C.R. Doering, & E.A. Spiegel, Physics of Fluids 22, 03405 (2010).
Images from Lada Adamic.
Snapshot of the tempurature field in a direct numerical simulation of turbulence in Rayleigh-Benard convection, the buoyancy of flow in a fluid heated from below and cooled from above.
Granuloma formation in TB infection. Image generated by Denise Kirschner's group.
The "Population" image is a new world map created by Mark Newman.
The "Percolation Cluster" was created by Len Sander for one of his papers (physics).
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This image represents the age distribution of pertussis in the vaccine era.
High amplitude vorticity regions in developed turbulence often constitute tube or sheet-like structures.
Welcome to the Center for the Study of Complex Systems
The Center for the Study of Complex Systems (CSCS) is a broadly interdisciplinary program in the College of Literature, Science and the Arts (LSA) at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Our mission is to encourage and facilitate research and education in the general area of nonlinear, dynamical and adaptive systems.
- Assistant Professor Position in Complex Systems July 30, 2015
- Two faculty associated with the Center for the Study of Complex Systems are named Distinguished University Professors June 16, 2015
- Faulty modeling studies led to overstated predictions of Ebola April 6, 2015
Speaker: Bard Ermentrout, Professor, Dynamical systems, nonlinear differential & integral equations, University of Pittsburgh
Speaker: Mason Porter, Professor of Nonlinear and Complex Systems, University of Oxford
Speaker: Giles Hooker, Associate Professor, Biological Statistics & Computational Biology, Cornell University