Professor and Chair of Mathematics
Marian Gidea joined Yeshiva University in 2013. He held previous appointments at the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton (member, 2011-2013), Northeastern Illinois University (tenured professor, 2000-2013), Northwestern University (visiting assistant professor, 1999-2000), Loyola University Chicago (visiting assistant professor, 1997-1999).
Dynamical Systems and its applications - including Celestial Mechanics, Mathematical Physics, Mathematical Biology, and Financial Mathematics -, and Topological Data Analysis.
Introductory and advanced undergraduate mathematics courses, as well as graduate mathematics courses.
PhD Students and Postdocs:
Wai-Ting Lam (PhD student, current)
Maxwell Musser (PhD student, current)
Hongyu Cheng (MSRI Postdoc, 2018)
Jaime Burgos-Garcia (Postdoc, 2014-2015)
Dean Karen Bacon Faculty Award, 2019.
Research Professor, Mathematical Sciences Research Institute (MSRI), Berkeley, 2018.
Bernard J. Brommel Distinguished Research Award, Northeastern Illinois University, 2011.
National Science Foundation
NASA - Jet Propulsion Laboratory
The Alfred P. Sloan Foundation
China's High-End Foreign Expert Program
The National Institute of Health
National Cancer Institute
"Differential Geometry and Topology: with a view to dynamical systems" (with K. Burns), CRC Press, 2005.
"Chaotic Dynamical Systems: An Introduction" (with C.P. Niculescu), Universitaria Press, Craiova, Romania, 2003.
"A General Mechanism of Diffusion in Hamiltonian Systems: Qualitative Results", (with R. de la Llave and T. Seara), Communications on Pure and Applied Mathematics, 73, 2020.
"Topological recognition of critical transitions in time series of cryptocurrencies'', (with Y. Katz, P. Roldan, D. Goldsmith,Yo. Shmalo), Physica A, accepted, 2019.
"Llavefest: A Broad Perspective on Finite and Infinite Dimensional Dynamical Systems'', (Eds. Xavier Cabre, Amadeu Delshams, Marian Gidea and Chongchun Zeng), Special Issue of Discrete and Continuous Dynamical Systems - A, Vol. 38, American Institute of Mathematical Sciences, 2018.
"Global Melnikov Theory in Hamiltonian Systems with General Time-Dependent Perturbations", (with R. de la Llave), Journal of Nonlinear Science, 28 (5), 1657, 2018.
"Combinatorial approach to detection of fixed points, periodic orbits, and symbolic dynamics'' (with Yt. Shmalo), Discrete and Continuous Dynamical Systems - A, 38, 2018.
"Topological Data Analysis of Financial Time Series: Landscapes of Crashes'' (with Y. Katz), Physica-A, 491, 2018.
"Perturbations of geodesic flows by recurrent dynamics'', (with R. de la Llave), Journal of the European Mathematical Society, 19, 2017.
Copies of these papers and others can be found on arXiv
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