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Dr Claude Baesens


Claude Baesens

Emeritus Professor

Office: C2.01
Phone: +44 (0) 24 7652 8383
Email: Claude dot Baesens at warwick dot ac dot uk


Teaching Responsibilities 2020/21:

Term 1: MA4H0 Applied Dynamical Systems

Term 2: MA254 Theory of ODEs

Research Interests:
Dynamical systems and applications to physics; exponential asymptotics.

Some recent Publications:

Baesens C and MacJay R S, Simplest bifurcation diagrams for monotone families of vector fields ona torus. NONLINEARITY 31 (2018) 2928 - 2981

Baesens C, Chen Y-C and MacKay R S, Abrupt bifurcations in chaotic scattering: view from the anti-integral limit. NONLINEARITY 26 (2013) 2703 - 2730 (PDF)

Baesens C and MacKay R S, Interaction of two systems with saddle-node bifurcations on invariant circles: I. Foundations and the mutualistic case. NONLINEARITY 26 (2013) 3043 - 3076 (PDF)

Baesens C and MacKay R S, Analysis of a Scenario for Chaotic Quantal Slowing Down of Inspiration. The Journal of Mathematical Neuroscience (2013) 3:18 (17 pages) (PDF)

Baesens C and MacKay R S, Resonances for weak coupling of the unfolding of a saddle-node periodic orbit with an oscillator. NONLINEARITY 20 (2007) 1283 - 1298

Baesens C and MacKay R S, Discommensuration Theory and Shadowing in Frenkel-Kontorova Models. PHYSICA D : NONLINEAR PHENOMENA 216 (2006) 179-184

Baesens C, Spatially extended systems with monotone dynamics: continuous time. Physics Lecture Notes 671 (2005) 241-263

Baesens C and MacKay R S, A novel preserved partial order for cooperative networks of units with overdamped second order dynamics, and application to tilted Frenkel-Kontorova chains. NONLINEARITY 17 (2004) 567 - 580

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