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eok20

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Thanks.

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Suny Stony Brook (Milnor was/is here)

Rutgers

Boston University (Devaney is here - he wrote the book on it)

Caltech has an interdisciplinary group

Princeton?

MIT?

Check out wikipedia on dynamical systems

Mathematical physics... not sure what you consider that, (not sure myself what I consider that) But Rutgers, Alabama, Indiana?, Stony, BU, MIT. Caltech, Princeton, Columbia, and NYU are good places to start.

Hope that helps. I have similar interests to you. Maybe "Chaos" belongs more to the applied maths and physics people. Dynamical Systems maybe more to the topologists and other pure mathematicians. Depends on what you want to do with it.

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