Dynamics at Maryland

Dynamics at the University of Maryland is distinguished by its quality, breadth and activity. The Chaos Group spans several departments and units on campus. The nonlinear dynamics program in physics was rated first in the country in the U.S. News and World Report rankings. Dynamics is intrinsically wide ranging, and even within the mathematics department, dynamics activity goes beyond the core list below, for example in the work of geometers Bill Goldman (ergodic theory on moduli spaces) and Richard Schwartz (group actions on manifolds).