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Rodrigo Donizete Euzébio

Sala 228 - IME/UFG
euzebio at ufg.br
Phone +55 62 35211153

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Nesta página você encontrará informações sobre minhas atividades de pesquisa e ensino entre outros conteúdos em torno do mundo dos sistemas dinâmicos.

Eu sou membro do Grupo de Sistemas Dinâmicos (GSD) da Universidade Federal de Goiás. Veja mais informações na Página do GSD e encontre outros pesquisadores do grupo.

Aqui você encontra uma versão em inglês do meu Curriculum Vitae.


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icmc Bacharelado em Matemática [UNESP/S.J. Rio Preto] - 2008

Mestrado em Matemática [UNESP/S.J. Rio Preto] - 2009/2011
O Método do Averaging via Teoria do Grau de Brouwer e Aplicações [em Português]

Doutorado em Matemática [UNESP/S.J. Rio Preto] - 2011/2014
Doutorado (sanduíche) em Matemática [UAB/Barcelona] - 2012/2013
Estudo de Conjuntos Minimais para Sistemas Descontínuos em Dimensões 2 e 3

Pós-doutorado [UNICAMP/Campinas] - 2014/2016
Pós-doutorado [UAB/Barcelona] - 2015
Pós-doutorado [UNICAMP/Campinas] - 2019


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    03 Fevereiro 2020 a 30 Abril 2020
    Dynamical systems is a wide area of research which goes beyond mathematics itself, and includes many applications. In addition, the tools are varied and come from most of the classic research lines in mathematics, such as real and complex analysis, measure theory, ergodic theory, numerical analysis and its computational implementation, topology, number theory, etc. Roughly speaking, the theory of dynamical systems consists in the rigorous study of one, several, or even infinitely many features associated to a process that depends intrinsically on parameters and that evolves when an independent variable (that we call time for obvious reasons) varies. Most of the problems in this context arise from physics (movement of celestial bodies, heat evolution in a rigid body...), biology (evolution in a structured population, neuroscience, cell growth...), economy (generational phenomena, market prices evolution...), chemistry (chemical reactions), new technologies (complex networks) or from mathematics themselves (graph theory, fractals, chaos...).

    The main objects of interest in any dynamical system depending on parameters, no matter in which specific framework occurs, are the following:


    • • The phase portrait for a fixed parameter of the system, which serves to determine the future value of the system features (or system states) in the phase space based on their present values;

    • • The bifurcation diagram in the parameter space, which is meant to describe how a specific feature of the system varies as we move the parameters. In this respect it deserves particular attention the bifurcation phenomena that occur at those parameters which lie on the boundary between qualitatively different phase portraits.


    Understanding these objects is formalized into different statements or challenges depending on the context. In particular there is a preliminary division based on whether the evolution of the process is continuous (real time) or discrete (natural or integer time), but there are other relevant considerations as the dimension of the problem (i.e., number of features we wish to observe), the topology of the phase space, the type of bifurcations in the parameter space, etc. The origin of the discrete version goes back to the studies of the chaotic dynamics by A.N. Sharkovskii (1964) and T.Y. Li and J.A. Yorke (1975) for the real case, together with the works of Cayley about Newton's method (1879), the memoirs of P. Fatou and G. Julia (1920), and the notes of Orsay written by A. Douady and J.H. Hubbard (1982). Both scenarios -real and complex- show that very simple models in low dimension can exhibit extremely rich dynamics. In this context the present proposal focuses in problems related to topological and combinatorial dynamics and the description of the period set of continuous maps in graphs and trees. We also want to study the topological and analytical properties of the connected components of the Fatou set and the dynamics on their boundaries, the existence and distribution of wandering domains inside the Fatou set and the description of the parameter space and its bifurcations.

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