The Airbus Chair, entitled “mathematics of complex systems,” jointly with TIFR-CAM aims to develop innovative research involving theoretical, applied, and computational work in the general areas of control theory, data assimilation, dynamical systems, optimal design problems, inverse problems, stochastic analysis and numerical methods, turbulence, and other related areas. The incumbents of the Chair are Professor Spenta Wadia (ICTS-TIFR) and Professor Mythily Ramaswamy (TIFR-CAM). Some of the main research themes are

    • Interdisciplinary and applied mathematics
    • Homogenization and control of PDEs, inverse problems, image reconstruction
    • Control and stabilization of complex systems
    • Numerical schemes for fluid flows
    • Fluid dynamics and turbulence
    • Numerical linear algebra and Computational science
    • Fluid mechanics and non-linear waves

    The following research groups of ICTS are involved in the activities of the Airbus chair.

    The following research groups of CAM are involved in the activities of the Airbus chair.

    • Homogenization and inverse problems
    • Control and stabilization of complex systems
    • Numerical schemes for fluid flows and Uncertainty Quantification
    • Probability theory and stochastic processes

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