About Professor Holger Dullin

My primary mathematical research is in Dynamical Systems with special emphasis on Hamiltonian Systems, Geometric Mechanics, Rigid Body Dynamics, Biomechanics, and Integrable Systems.

Dr Dullin's research covers a broad range of topics in Applied Mathematics ranging from Dynamical Systems to Mathematical Physics. The theoretical side of his research focuses on the one hand on geometric and analytic properties of Integrable Hamiltonian Systems, and on the other hand on chaotic dynamics and bifurcation theory. Dr Dullin has studied a wide range of applications including rigid body dynamics, water waves, semiclassical quantisation, and more recently Biomechanics.

Profesoor Dullin is a researcher in the School of Mathematics and Statistics. For more information about Professor Dullin, please refer to his Academic Profile Online.