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 Spenta Wadia and Mythily Ramaswamy.
The Chair provided excellent opportunities for faculty at ICTS and CAM to develop national and international collaborations, and to work with talented postdocs to carry out high quality research in interdisciplinary and applied mathematics. As the Chair program is nearing the end, the second Airbus Day at ICTS will bring together researchers from ICTS, CAM, and the Airbus group, in order to highlight the main research achievements and further challenges. For details of the first Airbus Day, please see here.