Laboratory of "Nonlinear Analysis and Development of New Transportation Means"
This laboratory was established as part of a scientific research project supported with a monetary grant awarded by the Government of the Russian Federation under a grant competition designed to provide governmental support to scientific research projects implemented under the supervision of the world's leading scientists at Russian institutions of higher learning (Resolution of the RF Government No.220 of April 9, 2010).
Grant Agreement No.: 11.G34.31.0039
Name of the institution of higher learning:
State educational institution of higher professional education "State University of Udmurtia"
Fields of scientific research:
Mechanics and control processes
1. To design new methods of transportation over solid ground and within liquid environments;
2. To design mechanisms required to implement such methods.
Key project objectives:
1. To perform scientific research in theoretical mechanics and mechatronics with the view to design new methods of transportation over solid ground and within liquid environments;
2. To create a scientific school on the basis of the newly formed laboratory;
3. To develop innovative solutions based on the research performed.
Anticipated scientific outcomes:
1. The project will help identify alternative methods of transportation over solid ground and within liquid environments;
2. The project will help develop experimental vehicles designed to implement new transportation methods;
3. The project will help develop a theory of control over the new generation of transportation means.
Leading scientist's full name: Dmitry Valeryevich Treschev
Academic degrees and titles:
associate member of the Russian Academy of Sciences, professor.
Deputy Director of the Institute of Mathematics named after V. A. Steklov of the Russian Academy of Sciences; head of the research and education laboratory "Nonlinear Analysis and Development of New Transportation Means".
Areas of scientific interest:
1. Dynamic systems of classical mechanics.
2. Integrability and non-integrability.
3. Dynamic stability.
5. Splitting of separatrix.
6. Averaging in fast-slow systems.
7. Chaos in Hamiltonian dynamics.
8. Arnold's diffusion.
9. Statistical mechanics.
10. Ergodic theory.
- Author of two monographs and more than 60 articles published in peer-review journals;
- Invited presenter at more than 50 international scientific conferences;
- Leader of more than 10 scientific research teams;
- Presided over five Russian national and international conferences, including a symposium on theoretical mechanics and Hamiltonian mechanics, Vortex structures and turbulence;
- Member of the editorial boards of the following scientific journals: "Nonlinearity", "Chaos", "Regular and Chaotic Dynamics", and "Mathematical Notes".
Awards and distinctions:
- RF state prize for young scientists;
- A. M. Lyapunov Prize.