The meeting was called, “A Data Driven Operator Theoretic Framework for Space-time Analysis of Process Dynamics,” and funded by DARPA.
There were participants from Princeton, Courant Institute of the New YorkUniversity, University of Washibgton, and visitors from e.g. the Hughes Research Labs, the United Technologies Research Center and the Institute for Disease Modeling funded by the Gates Foundation.
The exciting meeting lasted from 8 in the morning to 7 in the evening, and the participants discussed the directions they are pursuing and progres they have made in the operator-theoretic approach to dynamical data analysis. Examples were drawn from human physiology data, fluid dynamics measurements, combustion, climate and other applications. The project continues with high intensity and numerous collaborations.
AIMdyn is working with Princeton University, University of Washington, and Courant Institute for Mathematics on a project that has us finding patterns in time-evolving big data. The project is being sponsored by DARPA.
AIMdyn and HRL are working on making the nation’s infrastructure more resilient.
AIMdyn has started work with The Army Research Laboratory on visualizing complex, dynamically evolving physical processes.
AIMdyn, Inc. was awarded a new contract by ARMY RESEARCH OFFICE to work on an exciting project related to turbulence.
Aimdyn’s research on Koopman decompositions of periodically forced Hopf bifurcation flows and the application to dynamic stall was presented at the DFD15 Meeting of The American Physical Society.