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Prof. Dr. Holger Waalkens

Associate Professor

  • room number: 476 (Bernoulliborg, building 5161)
  • phone numbers
      domestic:    (050) 363 4870
international:    +31 50 363 4870
  • e-mail: H.Waalkens rug.nl

Research

  • Mathematical Physics
  • Dynamical systems theory (especially Hamiltonian systems)
  • Semiclassical quantum mechanics (short-wavelengths asymptotics)

Holger's recent publications

A. E. Sterk, H. Waalkens, and H. Ghane. Chaotic dynamics from a pseudo-linear system. IMA Journal of Mathematical Control and Information, 02 2019.   doi
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I. Hoveijn, H. Waalkens, and M. Zaman. Critical points of the integral map of the charged three-body problem. Indagationes Mathematicae, 30(1):165–196, 2019.   url
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Holger R. Dullin and Holger Waalkens. Defect in the Joint Spectrum of Hydrogen due to Monodromy. Phys. Rev. Lett. (Editors’ Suggestion), 120:020507, Jan 2018.   doi
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Fatemeh Tajik, Mehdi Sedighi, Amirali Masoudi, Holger Waalkens, and George Palasantzas. Dependence of chaotic behavior on optical properties and electrostatic effects in double beam torsional Casimir actuation. Phys. Rev. E, 98(2):022210, 2018.   doi
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V. Krajňák and H. Waalkens. The phase space geometry underlying roaming reaction dynamics. Journal of Mathematical Chemistry, Mar 2018.   doi
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Fatemeh Tajik, Mehdi Sedighi, Amirali Masoudi, Holger Waalkens, and George Palasantzas. Dependence of chaotic actuation dynamics of Casimir oscillators on optical properties and electrostatic effects. EPJ B, 91:71, 2018.   url
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E.J. Pap, D. Boer, and H. Waalkens. Non-Abelian nature of systems with multiple exceptional points. Phys. Rev. A, 98:023818, 2018.   doi
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