- Toyota CRDL, Japan
Dynamical processes on networks are relevant in many application areas like transportation networks, communication networks, economic networks and production networks in flexible manufacturing systems. It is a common aim in all these cases to better understand and finally optimize the corresponding dynamical processes and networks. In this regard, one major interest is the investigation of macroscopic pattern formation on the network structures. Examples for such patterns are technological propagation (traveling front) in economic networks or waves of traffic jams (traveling pulses) in transportation networks.
|Period||01/09/2006 → 31/08/2009|
|Financing source||Forsk. Andre offentlige og private - Udenlandske|
|Research programme||Forsk. Andre offentlige og private - Udenlandske|
|Amount||2,162,400.00 Danish Krone|