Stefan Siegmund acts as the Founding Director of the Center for Dynamics at the Dresden University of Technology, Germany, established in 2010. As the recipient of various grants and scholarships, he was a Visiting Scientist at, for example, the University of California at Berkeley, USA, the Boston University, the Georgia Institute of Technology, and the Institute of Mathematics and Its Applications at the University of Minnesota at Minneapolis. Siegmund also headed an Emmy Noether Independent Research Group (financed by DFG Deutsche Forschungsgesellschaft) at the Goethe University Frankfurt in Main. He has organized or coorganized several conferences or conference sessions, among those are the 8th AIMS International Conference on Dynamical Systems (2010 in Dresden) and the Conference on the European Master Programme in Industrial Mathematics (2009 in Dresden). His main research interests are nonlinear dynamical systems theory in, for example, systems biology, and industry mathematics, with methods including, for example, nonautonomous dynamical systems, bifurcation theory, coherent structures, finite time dynamics, networked control systems, control via inertial manifolds and dynamic equations on time scales. Siegmund has coauthored about 70 scientific papers and acts as an associate editor of five journals.
Biography Updated on 26 December 2012