Nonlinear dynamical phenomena have increasing relevance in engineering systems. Methods for analyzing them exist but are generally complex, time-consuming and unpractical from an industrial perspective. Consequently, they are often overlooked, which leads to dangerous situations and accidents. This across-the-board problem is encountered in several disciplines. Our vision is to develop analytical and numerical tools which enable the easy and rapid detection of dangerous dynamical phenomena, otherwise hardly predictable. We aim to make these tools practically implementable by engineers, thus changing their design approach to develop safer and better-optimized engineering devices.
Our research group focuses on developing software that is useful for scientists and engineers working with dynamical systems. You can visit our Software section to download any of our codes. We welcome any feedback you may have.
We highly value partnerships with both academic and industrial collaborators. If you're interested in working with us, please don't hesitate to reach out by visiting our contact page. We look forward to hearing from you!
The MTA-BME Lendület “Momentum” Global Dynamics Research Group was established in October 2022 within the frame of the Lendület Programme of the Hungarian Academy of Science (MTA). The Research Group is based at the Department of Applied Mechanics at the Budapest University of Technology and Economics (BME).