Lennaert van Veen's homepage
Faculty of Science
Tel. +1 firstname.lastname@example.org
2000 Simcoe Street North,
L1G 0C5 Oshawa, Ontario, Canada.|
Oshawa North campus.
My research is focused on the application of dynamical systems theory to
complex and self-regulating systems.
I am working on
- homeostasis as a control problem;
- "flickering noise" in biological systems;
- periodic and connecting orbits embedded in turbulence;
- bifurcation theory;
- several other weakly interacting projects.
- Transport and Scale Interactions in Geophysical Flows at the Mathematical Research Institute at Oberwolfach
- The 2022 SIAM CSE Meeting.
In the 2022 - 2023 academic year I will be teaching High Performance Computing, Pertial Differential Equations and Ordinary Differential Equations.
Other hats I wear are
- Associate Editor for Frontiers in Applied Mathematics and Statistics;
- Editor of the Frontiers Research Topic on Modelling collective motion across scales.
MSc & PhD openings
If you are interested in working on one of these projects
please apply to our Modelling and Computational Science program, or email me.
I will have new openings starting May 2023.
- The latest results of the MITACS-funded project with Klick Health appeared in PLoS Digital Health. Two more reports are under review.
- Başak Çakmak attended the 10th summer school on Complex Motion in Fluids in Enschede, the Netherlands and caught up with our alumnus Marcos Machado.
- It was a busy year for thesis defenses, with Jaycee Morgan Kaufman, Derick Smith and Andree Qi all graduating from our MSc program. Congrats! Jaycee joined Klick Health, Derick will continue in our PhD program and Andree is considering her options.
- Azade Mohamadi has started her postdoc with Jane Breen and myself in Juanray, welcome!.