The talk is dedicated to the description of collective dynamics in the networks of phase oscillators of the Kuramoto type. I plan to show how the architecture and symmetry of the network, individual dynamics, and the interaction functions affect the emergence, structure, stability, and bifurcations of different collective regimes (synchronization, clustering, splay states, antiphase regimes, slow switching, chimera state, etc.).
Attendees can participate in the seminar using the following link:
Meeting ID: 917 4920 9940
Prof. Dr. Carsten Trunk (Technische Universität Ilmenau, Germany)