Last week, Quanta Magazine published an article on recent findings described in a series of papers by Associate Professor Katie Mann and her collaborators, Thomas Barthelmé of Queen's University and Steven Frankel of Washington University of St. Louis.
Their research proves "that relatively little data is needed to completely and uniquely determine a given Anosov flow," a type of dynamical system in which, at any given point, "trajectories converge in one direction and diverge in the other." Barthelmé, Frankel, and Mann's research is an important step toward achieving a classification of all kinds of Asonov flows.
Congratulations Katie for this feature! Read the full article here.