The group Dynamical systems and Biomedicine (DYBIOM) is working in the frame of the nonlinear dynamical systems theory in collaboration with Luis Aguirre (Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais, Belo Horizonte, Brazil) and Robert Gilmore (Drexel University, Philadelphia, USA): our aim is to develop new techniques for analizing nonlinear dynamics (global modeling, topological analysis, observability, quantification of chaotic dynamics, etc.). Biomedical applications are built through some collaborations with hospital units (Pneumology and pediatry at Universitary Hospital in Rouen, Pneumology and Intensive Care at la Pitié-Salpêtrière in Paris): they are mainly devoted to cardiac dynamics (ECG), ventilator dynamics (noninvasive ventilation) and brain dynamics (EEG). Group DYBIOM is strongly involved in the management of the biomedical Engineering course at Rouen University.
Few examples of theoretical investigations by the group DYBIOM
and few biomedical applications
Qualité mécanique de la ventilation non invasive
Théorie du plongement et observabilité