Presentation of the 2018 Humboldt Awards
Dr. Hans Christian Pape, President of the Humboldt Foundation (left) Ed Belbruno (center) Dr. Michael Meister, German Ministry of Education and Research (right)
(Photo by David Ausserhofer, Humboldt Foundation official photographer)
Professor Doktor Urs Frauenfelder, PhD
Chair of Mathematics Department, University of Augsburg
Nomination for Research Award For Humboldt Foundation
SELECTED KEY PAPERS
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CELESTIAL MECHANICS, DYNAMICAL SYSTEMS, ASTRODYNAMICS
E. Belbruno, Regularizations and geodesic flows, Lecture notes in Pure and Applied Mathematics 80 (1981), 1–11.
E. Belbruno, Lunar capture orbits, a method of constructing EarthMoon trajectories and the lunar gas mission, Proceedings of AIAA/DGGLR/JSASS Inter. Elec. Propl. Conf., number 87-1054 (1987).
E. Belbruno, J. Miller, A ballistic lunar capture trajectory for the Japanese spacecraft Hiten, Technical Report JPL-IOM 312/90.4-1731-EAB, Jet Propulsion Laboratory (1990).
E. Belbruno, M. Gidea, F. Topputo, Weak stability boundary and invariant manifolds, SIAM J. Appl. Dyn. Syst. 9 (2010), no. 3, 1061–1089.
E. Belbruno, M. Gidea, F. Topputo, Geometry of weak stability boundaries, Qual. Theory Dyn. Syst. 12 (2013), no. 1, 53–66.
E. Belbruno, F. Topputo, Earth-Mars Transfers With Ballistic Capture, Celestial Mechanics and Dynamical Astronomy, 121, 329–346 (2015).
E. Belbruno, R. Gott, Where did the Moon come from, Astron. Journal 129 (2005), 1724–1745.
E. Belbruno, F. Pretorius, A dynamical system’s approach to Schwarzschild null geodesics, Classical Quantum Gravity 28, no. 19 (2011), 13pp.
E. Belbruno, A. Moro-Martin, R. Malhotra, D. Savransky, Chaotic Exchange of Solid Material between Planetary Systems: Implications for Lithopanspermia, Astrobiology 12, no. 8 (2012), 1–21.
COSMOLOGY: DYNAMICAL STUDY OF THE BIG BANG SINGULARITY
E. Belbruno, On the regularizability of the big bang singularity, Celest. Mech. Dynam. Astronomy 115, no. 1 (2013), 21–34.
E.Belbruno, B.K. Xue, Regularization of the big bang singularity with random pertubations. Classical and Quantum Gravity. 35 (2018), no. 6