Office of Naval Research (ONR) General Fund for Nonlinear Dynamic Based Synthetic Computing
Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR), Funded by the Office of Naval Research (ONR) for Chaos Computing
“A Strange Nonchaotic Star,”,John F. Lindner, Vivek Kohar, Benham Kia, Michael Hippke, John G. Learned & William L. Ditto (to appear Physical Review Letters).
“Coupling reduces noise: applying dynamical coupling to reduce local white additive noise,” B. Kia, S. Kia, J. F. Lindner, S. Sinha, W. L. Ditto, Chaos: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Nonlinear Science, volume TBA, pages TBA (2015).
“Watch your step: Integrating nonlinear dynamical flows by stepping through space and time,” B. Kia, J. F. Lindner, W. L. Ditto, International Journal of Bifurcation and Chaos, volume 24, pages 1450145 (2014).
“Noise Tolerant Spatiotemporal Chaos Computing,” B. Kia, S. Kia, J. F. Lindner, S. Sinha, W. L. Ditto, Chaos: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Nonlinear Science, volume 24, pages 043110(1-7) (2014).
“Pulsation period variations in the RRc Lyrae star KIC 5520878,” M. Hippke, J. G. Learned, A. Zee, W. H. Edmondson, J. F. Lindner, B. Kia, W. L. Ditto, I. R. Stevens, The Astrophysical Journal, 798, pages 42 (2014).
Chaos Computing: The science and technology of utilizing intrinsic dynamics of nonlinear systems to engineer computing systems.
Dynamical Coupling for Noise Mitigation: The science and technology of utilizing coupled dynamics to dynamically reduce the incoherent noise.
Strange Nonchaotic Stars: Application of nonlinear techniques to analyze, study, and classify pulsing stars.
NEWS AND EVENTS
“Pulsing Stars Flicker in Pattern Close to the Golden Ratio” – smithsonianmag.com
“Scientists use chaos theory to create new chip” – techeye.com
John Lindner, an ACL researcher, gave a talk about Strange Nonchaotic Stars at the Physics and Astronomy Department, University of Hawaii at Manoa. The slides and video can be found here.
Applied Chaos Lab reported the first observation of strange nonchaotic dynamics in the wild, and discovered the existence of strange nonchaotic stars.
Applied Chaos Lab at North Carolina State University
Raleigh, NC, 27607
Raleigh, NC, 27607