Mathematical models of self-organization

Pierre DEGOND

Imperial College, London


Self-organization happens when agents interacting through local rules generate large-scale coherent structures. It occurs across all living and social systems and through a formidable variety of mechanisms. However, common features among the different systems suggest that some 'universal' models may provide valuable insight. In this talk, I will discuss models of aligment dynamics of self-propelled particles and highlight the challenges that they pose.


                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               

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Effondrement d'une coque cylindrique remplie de grains (plus de détails...)

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CONFÉRENCES

Dynamics Days, Nice, 24 Août 2020

Dynamics Days, Nice, 24 Août 2020

Dynamics Days, Nice, 24 Août 2020

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