| About the group
The Modeling in Nonlinear Dynamics Group
appeared as the result of integration
of activity of the Academical Research Institute and University. The Group consists of researches from Saratov
Branch of the Institute of Radio Engineering & Electronics of Russian Academy of Sciences
(SB IRE RAS) and lecturers, PhD students and students of the
Department of Nano- and Biomedical Technologies of Saratov State University (SSU).
The head of the Group is Professor, Doctor of Sciences Boris P. Bezruchko
Main topics of the Group's scientific activity:
- Development of approaches for analysis and modeling of oscillatory phenomena in nonlinear systems
from discrete sequences of experimentally observed quantities (i.e., from time series);
- Investigation of possibilities of application of nonlinear dynamics approaches in general and
techniques of empirical model reconstruction in particular to the problems of radiophysics, physiology,
medical diagnostics, climatology and other practical fields. We are open for collaboration in the field
of investigation of advanced systems of different nature where our approaches may be efficient;
- Construction and experimental investigation of nonlinear radiophysical systems exhibiting complex
dynamics, including chaotic one. Simulation of standard nonlinear models for oscillatory and wave phenomena.
We are taking an active part in educational process. Using scientific results
and equipment of the RAS Institute, we provide possibilities to perform term and degree works for undergraduate
students and dissertation works for PhD students. We are giving lecture courses for students of various departments of
SSU and special courses and physical lessons for senior Lyceum pupils. We organize competitions among senior
school pupils and involve talented youth in the research activity.
We thank Russian Foundation for Basic Research,
Foundation for Domestic Science Support, INTAS, Foundation
of Noncommercial Programs “Dynasty”, Ministry of Education and Science of Russian
Federation, CRDF, and Scientific Educational Center for Nonlinear
Dynamics and Biophysics of SSU (REC-006) for support.