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Dr. Alef E. Sterk

Assistant Professor

  • room number: 464 (Bernoulliborg, building 5161)
  • phone numbers
      domestic:    (050) 363 3975
international:    +31 50 363 3975
  • e-mail: A.E.Sterk rug.nl

Research

  • Dynamical systems: bifurcation theory, numerical exploration, applications to climate models
  • Analysis in infinite-dimensional spaces, in particular related with (partial) differential equations

Alef's recent publications

A.E. Sterk and D.L. van Kekem. Predictability of Extreme Waves in the Lorenz-96 Model Near Intermittency and Quasi-Periodicity. Complexity, 2017.   url
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S. Garst and A.E. Sterk. The dynamics of a fold-and-twist map. Indagationes Mathematicae, 27:1279–1304, 2016.   url
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M.P. Holland, P. Rabassa, and A.E. Sterk. Quantitative recurrence statistics and convergence to an extreme value distribution for non-uniformly hyperbolic dynamical systems. Nonlinearity, 29:2355–2394, 2016.   url
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A.E. Sterk. Extreme amplitudes of a periodically forced Duffing oscillator. Indagationes Mathematicae, 27:1059–1067, 2016.   url
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A.E. Sterk, D.B. Stephenson, M.P. Holland, and K.R. Mylne. On the predictability of extremes: does the butterfly effect ever decrease? Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society, 142:58–64, 2016.   url
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