Christof Jung Kohl

Instituto de Ciencias Físicas

Investigador

Fenómenos no lineales y complejidad



Email:
jung@fis.unam.mx

Teléfono:
Cuernavaca - (777) 3291-784
CDMX - (55) 5622-7784

Conmutador:
(777) 329-17-77

Red UNAM:
27784

Artículos en revistas con arbitraje indizadas en el ISI

1.-  Título: Orbital and escape dynamics in barred galaxies - IV. Heteroclinic connections   Autores: E. E. Zotos, C. Jung   Revista: Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society   Volumen: 487   Paginas: 1233 - 1247   Fecha de publicación:2019/05/11   Estatus: PUBLICADO   Liga a la publicación

2.-  Título: A Three-dimensional dynamical model for double-barred galaxies, escape dynamics and the role of the NHIMs Autores: E. E. Zotos, C. Jung   Revista: Communicatijons of Nonlinear Science and Numerical Simulations   Volumen: 80   Paginas: 104989   Fecha de publicación: 2019/10/01   Estatus: PUBLICADO Liga a la publicación

3.-  Título: Escaping from a degenerate version of the four hill potential. Autores: E. E. Zotos, W. Chen, C. Jung   Revista: Chaos, Solitons and Fractals   Volumen: 126.   Paginas: 12-22
  Fecha de publicación: 2019/09/01   Estatus: PUBLICADO         Liga a la publicación

4.- E. E. Zotos y C. Jung, Correlating the escape dynamics and the role of the normally hyperbolic invariant manifolds in a binary system of dwarf spheroidal galaxies, International Journal of Non-Linear Mechanics, 99, 182 - 203 (2018) Liga a la publicación

5.-  Euaggelos E. Zotos, Christof Jung, Orbital and escape dynamics in barred galaxies - III. The 3D system: correlations between the basins of escape and the NHIMs, Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 473, 806-825 (2018) Liga a la publicación

6.-  Euaggelos E. Zotos, Christof Jung, Unravelling the escape dynamics and the nature of the normally hyperbolic invariant manifolds in tidally limited star clusters, Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 465, 525-546 (2017) Liga a la publicación

7.-  C. Jung y E. E. Zotos, Orbital and escape dynamics in barred galaxies - II. The 3D system: exploring the role of the normally hyperbolic invariant manifolds, Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 463, 3965 - 3988 (2016).    Liga a la publicación

8.-  G. Drotos, F. Gonzalez, C. Jung and T. Tel, Asymptotic observability of low-dimensional powder chaos in a three-degrees-of-freedom scattering system, Phys. Rev. E 90, 022906 (2014) Liga a la publicación

9.-  G. Drotos and C. Jung, The chaotis saddle of a three degrees of freedom scattering system reconstructed from cross-section data, J. Phys. A: Math. Theor. 49, 235101 (2016). Liga a la publicación

10.-  C. Jung and E. Zotos, Orbital and escape dynamics in barred galaxies - I. The 2D system, MNRAS 457, 2583 (2016) Liga a la publicación

11.-  C. Jung and E. E. Zotos, Introducing a new 3D dynamical model for barred galaxies, PASA 32, e042 (2015)

12.-  F. Gonzalez and C. Jung, Visualizing the perturbation of partial integrability, J. Phys. A: Math. Theor. 48, 435101 (2015)

13.-  C. Jung and E. E. Zotos, Order and chaos in a three dimensional galaxy model, Mechanics Research Communications 69, 45 (2015).

14.-  Y.-D. Lin, L. E. Reichl and C. Jung, The vibrational dynamics of 3D HOCl above dissociation, J. Chem. Phys. 142, 124304 (2015)

15.- F. Gonzalez, G. Drotos and C. Jung, The decay of a normally hyperbolic invariant manifold to dust in a three degrees of freedom scattering system, J. Phys. A: Math. Theor. 47 (2014) 045101 Liga a la publicación

16.-  Y. D. Lin, A. M. Barr, L. E. Reichl and C. Jung, Fractal scattering dynamics of the three-dimensional HOCl molecule, Phys. Rev. E 87, 012917 (2013)
 

17.- G. Drotos, C. Jung y T. Tel, When is high-dimensional scattering chaos essentially two dimensional ? Measuring the product structure of singularities. Phys. Rev. E 86, 056210 (2012)
 

18.-  A. M. Barr, L. E. Reichl y C. Jung, Scattering echoes in a three-dimensional waveguide with a ripple cavity. Phys. Rev. B 86, 144303 (2012)
 

19.-  F. Gonzalez y C. Jung, Rainbow singularities in the doubly differential cross section for scattering off a perturbed magnetic dipole, J. Phys. A 45, 265102 (2012)
 

Artículos in extenso de memorias de congresos y proceedings

1.- C. Jung, W. P. K. Zapfe, O. Merlo and T. H. Seligman, Symmetry breaking: A tool to unveil the topology of chaotic scattering with three degrees of freedom, in: ¨Symmetries in Nature, Symposium in Memoriam of Marcos Moshinsky¨, ed. L. Benet, P. O. Hess, J. M. Torres and K. B. Wolf, AIP Conference Proceeding 1323, Melville New York 2010