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Nonlinear resonance and excitability in interconnected systems

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Mechanical and electrical systems have long been fundamental examples for researchers in systems and control theory. In this talk I will present how we addressed questions about interconnected systems of interest in two applications: vibration absorption and bursting generation. In the first part I will explain how coupling singularity theory with classical methods gives us a powerful viewpoint on nonlinear frequency responses. In the second part I will address how we can understand bursting as being generated by the interconnection of two active circuits. I think of these two examples as fundamental in the respective domains, and hope that they will form the basis of a systems and control theory away from equilibrium.

The seminar can be accessed following the link: https://zoom.us/j/92226434758?pwd=c1J3WWhHK3AyTkdxcUlHNzRsSmtDQT09

This talk is part of the CUED Control Group Seminars series.

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