Celso Grebogi theoretical physicist who works in the area of chaos theory. He is one among the pioneers in the nonlinear and complex systems and chaos theory. Currently he works at the University of Aberdeen as the "Sixth Century Chair in Nonlinear and Complex Systems". He has done extensive research in the field of plasma physics before his work on the theory of dynamical systems. He and his colleagues (Edward Ott and James A. Yorke) have shown with a numerical example that one can convert a chaotic attractor to any one of numerous possible attracting time-periodic motions by making only small time-dependent perturbations of an available system parameter. This article is considered as one among the classic works in the control theory of chaos and their control method is known as the famous O.G.Y. method. He was listed in the 2016 Thomson Reuters Citation Laureates.(born 1947) is a Brazilian
|Fields||Math and Physics (theoretical)|
|Institutions||University of Maryland, College Park|
Honours and AwardsEdit
- "Web of Science Predicts 2016 Nobel Prize Winners". Thomson Reuters. September 21, 2016. Archived from the original on 2016-09-21. Retrieved 2016-09-30.
- "Professor Celso Grebogi FRSE - The Royal Society of Edinburgh". The Royal Society of Edinburgh. Retrieved 2018-06-26.
- Edward Ott, J. A. Yorke Chaos, strange attractors and fractal basin boundaries in nonlinear dynamical systems, Science, volume 238, 1987, p. 585
- E. Ott, J. A. Yorke Controlling chaos, Physical Review Letters, volume 64, 1990, p. 1196
- T. Shinbrot, Ott, Yorke Using small perturbations to control chaos, Nature, volume 363, 1993, p. 411
- Miguel A. F. Sanjuán Recent progress in controlling chaos, World Scientific 2010