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David RUELLE Mathematical physics, professor emeritus since 2000.
In 2020, DAVID RUELLE s research activities remained focused on chaotic dynamical systems. In particular, he studied the problem of linear response. David Ruelle also sought to understand the chaotic states of neural systems.
France Neural Coding in High-dimensional, Nonlinear Systems, European Institute of Theoretical Neuroscience, Gif sur Yvette (3 December) Chaotic States of Neural Assemblies (video conference)
Boris Pregel Award, New York Academy of Sciences (1974) Prix Albert 1er de Monaco, Académie des sciences de Paris (1979) Dannie Heineman Prize, APS-AIP (1985) Boltzmann Medal, IUPAP (1986) Holweck Medal, Société Française de Physique & Institute of Physics (1993) Ludwig Boltzmann Forschungspreis, Land Steiemark and Universität Graz (1995) Matteucci Medal, National Academy of Sciences, Italy (2004) Henri Poincaré Prize, Daniel Iagolnitzer Foundation (2006) Peano Prize, Italy (2010) Max Planck Medal, Germany (2014) Académie des sciences de Paris, member Academia Europaea, member American Academy of Arts and Sciences, foreign member National Academy of Sciences, USA, foreign associate member Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei, foreign member
Editor of: Ergodic Theory and Dynamical Systems Encyclopedia of Mathematical Sciences (Mathematical Physics subseries)
Rugh Hans Henrick: an Interview with David Ruelle EMS Newsl. 3 (2020), 21-24, doi: 10.4171/ NEWS/115/6.
Identities for Correlation Functions in Classical Statistical Mechanics and the Problem of Crystal States J. Stat. Phys. 180 (2020), 1002-1009, pre-publication arXiv:2003.08254.