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Graduated in Physics at the Universidade de São Paulo (1966), MSc in Physics from Universidade de São Paulo (1969) and D.Phil. in Physics from University of Sussex (1972). Has experience in Physics, focusing on General Physics, working mainly on mathematical modelling of biological systems, focusing on delay, delay effect, delay differential equations, metastability and time-delay equations. Member of the American Mathematical Society. (Source: Lattes Curriculum)
We intend to continue and extend our current research on dynamical systems. We divide our work in two basic areas: semiclassical physics of chaotic systems and applications of the theory of dynamical systems to biology. The main topics we shall investigate in these areas are: (a) semiclassical dynamics in the coherent states representation; (b) energy dissipation and decoherence in coup...
This project seeks to consolidate and develop theoretic and practical training in the analysis and design of the dynamic behavior of fluctuating systems of production of petroleum under the action of marine environmental agents: waves, winds and strong currents. The project covers the definition of mathematical models of various degrees of freedom for the numerical simulation of the mov...
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The main objective is to distinguish different dynamical modes in EEG and ECG signals using. Our aim is to contribute to identify the adequate techniques to study the dynamics of complex systems by applying them to processing biological signals. Regarding EEG signals, we intend to focus on two problems : i) to find the differences between the dynamics of two behavioral states (wakefulne...
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(References retrieved automatically from State of São Paulo Research Institutions)
SOUZA, Daniel Câmara de. Estudo da dinâmica de um oscilador amortecido com retroalimentação retardada. 2011. Dissertação (Mestrado) - Instituto de Física. Universidade de São Paulo (USP). São Paulo. (09/12512-0)