Martin Golubitsky is Distinguished Professor of Natural and Mathematical Sciences at the Ohio State University, where he serves as Director of the Mathematical Biosciences Institute. He received his PhD in Mathematics from M.I.T. in 1970 and has been Professor of Mathematics at Arizona State University (1979-83) and Cullen Distinguished Professor of Mathematics at the University of Houston (1983-2008).
Dr. Golubitsky works in the fields of nonlinear dynamics and bifurcation
theory studying the role of symmetry in the formation of patterns in physical
systems and the role of network architecture in the dynamics of coupled systems.
His recent research focuses on some mathematical aspects of biological applications: animal gaits, the visual cortex, the auditory system, and coupled systems.
He has co-authored four graduate texts, one undergraduate text, and two nontechnical trade books, (
Dr. Golubitsky is a Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), the American Mathematical Society (AMS), and the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM). He is also the 1997 recipient of the University of Houston Esther Farfel Award, the 2001 corecipient of the Ferran Sunyer i Balaguer Prize (for |

e-mail: mg@mbi.osu.edu

Martin Golubitsky

Mathematical Biosciences Institute

Ohio State University

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