Bicky Marquez

PhD Thesis subject:

Complexity and computational features of high dimensional nonlinear dynamics

Starting date: October 2014

Co-advisors: Maxime Jacquot, Daniel Brunner, Yanne Chembo

Bicky A. Marquez is exploring the nonlinear dynamics complexity of delay systems, as well as more generically the computational potential of high dimensional nonlinear dynamics for the implementation of Reservoir Computing approaches. She joined the FEMTO-ST institute in September 2014, after a Master degree in her home country, Venezuela. Her PhD funding is supported by the regional government of Bourgogne Franche-Comté.

Caption: 3D-Bifurcation diagram for positive feedback delay dynamics (steady state, period-1, breathers, fully developed chaos)