In the last two decades investigations of nonlinear phenomena in nature have developed into a field of great importance that affects many branches of natural science and technology. The multidisciplinary Center for Nonlinear Science brings together the exceptional strength across the GT campus in this field. It aims to foster experimental and theoretical approaches that stress the unity of the concepts underlying a wide range of physical and biological nonlinear phenomena.
The Center, hosted by the School of Physics, brings together faculty and students from Colleges and Schools across Georgia Tech. The Center's goals are to give the Georgia Tech nonlinear program firmer cross-disciplinary footing, more visibility and greater coherence, and to aid in graduate and faculty recruiting.
- Cardiac Dynamics
- Crab Lab
- Pattern Formation and Control Laboratory
- Cell Physics Laboratory
- CNS research projects - incomplete, infrequently updated, some of the current research better described in: