Rate-induced tipping in nonautonomous dynamical systems with bounded noise

CMCC Webinar | 26 May, 2020 – h. 02:30 – 03:30  PM CEST

Speaker: Giulia Carigi, PhD Student at the Mathematics of Planet Earth CDT, Department of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Reading

Moderator: Prof. Nadia Pinardi, Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Bologna and Euro-Mediterranean Centre on Climate Change Foundation (CMCC)

Tipping points describe bifurcations where the output of a dynamical system changes disproportionately compared to the change in the parameter. A classification of different mechanism of tipping in dynamical systems has been proposed in literature and a new behaviour has been identified: the so-called rate-induced tipping, R-tipping or rate-induced bifurcation. This work aims at providing a mathematical framework for rate-induced tipping in one dimensional dynamical systems in the presence of bounded noise and to give a necessary condition for such behaviour to occur.

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CMCC Foundation – Euro-Mediterranean Centre on Climate Change



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