Philipp Hövel links relevant scientific disciplines such as Periodic orbits and Limit (mathematics) in the realm of Mathematical analysis. His study deals with a combination of Limit (mathematics) and Mathematical analysis. Philipp Hövel combines topics linked to Feedback control with his work on Control engineering. His study brings together the fields of Control engineering and Feedback control. Quantum mechanics and Statistical physics are two areas of study in which he engages in interdisciplinary research. In his work, Philipp Hövel performs multidisciplinary research in Statistical physics and Quantum mechanics. Control (management) is often connected to Control theory (sociology) in his work. His work on Control theory (sociology) is being expanded to include thematically relevant topics such as Control (management). He integrates several fields in his works, including Artificial intelligence and Computation.
As a part of the same scientific study, Philipp Hövel usually deals with the Mechanical engineering, concentrating on Coupling (piping) and frequently concerns with Metallurgy. His research links Coupling (piping) with Metallurgy. Philipp Hövel undertakes interdisciplinary study in the fields of Quantum mechanics and Mechanics through his works. Philipp Hövel undertakes interdisciplinary study in the fields of Mechanics and Quantum mechanics through his works. His studies link Control theory (sociology) with Control (management). His Artificial intelligence research extends to the thematically linked field of Control theory (sociology). His study ties his expertise on Control (management) together with the subject of Artificial intelligence. Philipp Hövel combines Mathematical analysis and Limit (mathematics) in his research. He integrates Limit (mathematics) with Mathematical analysis in his study.
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Experimental observation of chimeras in coupled-map lattices
Aaron M. Hagerstrom;Thomas E. Murphy;Rajarshi Roy;Philipp Hövel;Philipp Hövel.
Nature Physics (2012)
Loss of coherence in dynamical networks: spatial chaos and chimera states.
Iryna Omelchenko;Iryna Omelchenko;Yuri Maistrenko;Philipp Hövel;Eckehard Schöll.
Physical Review Letters (2011)
When nonlocal coupling between oscillators becomes stronger: patched synchrony or multichimera states.
Iryna Omelchenko;Oleh E. Omel’chenko;Philipp Hövel;Eckehard Schöll.
Physical Review Letters (2013)
Control of unstable steady states by time-delayed feedback methods.
P. Hovel;E. Scholl.
Physical Review E (2005)
Refuting the odd-number limitation of time-delayed feedback control.
Bernold Fiedler;Valentin Flunkert;Marc Georgi;Philipp Hövel.
Physical Review Letters (2007)
Transition from spatial coherence to incoherence in coupled chaotic systems.
Iryna Omelchenko;Iryna Omelchenko;Bruno Riemenschneider;Philipp Hövel;Philipp Hövel;Yuri Maistrenko.
Physical Review E (2012)
Robustness of chimera states for coupled FitzHugh-Nagumo oscillators.
Iryna Omelchenko;Astero Provata;Johanne Hizanidis;Eckehard Schöll.
Physical Review E (2015)
Time-delayed feedback in neurosystems
Eckehard Schöll;Gerald Hiller;Philipp Hövel;Markus A Dahlem.
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A (2009)
Controlling synchrony by delay coupling in networks: from in-phase to splay and cluster states.
Chol-Ung Choe;Thomas Dahms;Philipp Hövel;Eckehard Schöll.
Physical Review E (2010)
Accelerating dynamics of collective attention
Philipp Lorenz-Spreen;Bjarke Mørch Mønsted;Philipp Hövel;Philipp Hövel;Sune Lehmann;Sune Lehmann.
Nature Communications (2019)
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