Universität Oldenburg, ICBM,
Fax: 0441 / 798-3404
My research focuses on dynamical systems constituted of multiple interacting elements. For this class of systems, I make use of high-dimensional mathematical models to investigate the dynamical transformations undergone by the system elements under the influence of their connections. In this context, I dedicate special attention to the following phenomena:
- Transient dynamics
- Abrupt transitions (Tipping Points)
- Onset of persistent irregular solutions (Chaos)
- Synchronous dynamics among the system elements (Synchronization)
Vulnerability of Synchronization in Complex Networks due to Chaotic Saddles.
Funded by the German Research Foundation (DFG).
E. S. Medeiros, R. O. Medrano-T, I. L. Caldas, U. Feudel, The impact of chaotic saddles on the synchronization of complex networks of discrete-time units.
J. Phys. Complex. 2, 035002 (2021).
E. S. Medeiros, U. Feudel, A. Zakharova, Asymmetry-induced order in multilayer networks.
Phys. Rev. E 104, 024302 (2021).
E. S. Medeiros, R. O. Medrano-T, I. L. Caldas, T. Tel, U. Feudel, State-dependent vulnerability of synchronization.
Phys. Rev. E 100, 052201 (2019).
E. S. Medeiros, R. O. Medrano-T, I. L. Caldas, U. Feudel, Boundaries of synchronization in oscillator networks.
Phys. Rev. E 98, 030201(R) (2018).
E. S. Medeiros, I. L. Caldas, M. S. Baptista, U. Feudel, Trapping phenomenon attenuates the consequences of tipping points for limit cycles.
Scientific Reports 7, 42351 (2017).
- XLII. Dynamics Days 2022 - August 22-26, 2022 - Aberdeen, Scotland.