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Dr. Olivier Merlo

Dr. Olivier Merlo

Dr. Olivier Merlo

ZHAW Life Sciences und Facility Management
FG Bio-Inspired Methods and Neuromorphic Computing
Schloss 1
8820 Wädenswil

+41 (0) 58 934 58 47

Persönliches Profil

Tätigkeit an der ZHAW

Dozent der Mathematik und Physik


Arbeits- und Forschungsschwerpunkte, Spezialkenntnisse

Dynamische Systeme
chaotische Streuung und Billiards
Modelierung von Prozessen

Aus- und Fortbildung

1989-1992 Chemiestudium an der Ingenieurschule beider Basel
1995-1999 Physik- und Mathematikstudium an der Universität Fribourg
2000-2004 Doktorat in theoretischer Physik an der Universität Basel
2005-2007 Postdoc an der Nationalen Universität von Mexiko

Beruflicher Werdegang

2008- Dozent an der ZHAW



Beiträge in wissenschaftlicher Zeitschrift, peer-reviewed
Konferenzbeiträge, peer-reviewed
Weitere Publikationen
Mündliche Konferenzbeiträge und Abstracts

Publikationen vor Tätigkeit an der ZHAW

Braun et al, Thermally activated glassy carbon-A material for supercapacitor electrodes, PSI Anual reports, 1995
Carr et al, Characterization of the new NSLS infrared microspectroscopy beamline U10B, Proceedings of SPIE - The International Society for Optical Engineering, 1999
Braun et al, Exponential growth of electrochemical double layer capacitance in glassy carbon during thermal oxidation, Carbon 41, 2003
Mejia at al, Self-pulsing effect in chaotic scattering, New Journal of physics, 2004
Benet and Merlo, Phase-Space Structure for Narrow Planetary Rings, Regular and Chaotic Dynamics, 2004
Merlo, Jung and Seligman, Symmetry properties of periodic orbits extracted from scattering data, Chaos,2005
Benet et al, Symmetry breaking: A heuristic approach to chaotic scattering in many dimensions, Physical Review E, 2005
Merlo and Benet, Strands and braids in narrow planetary rings: A scattering system approach, Celestial Mechanics and Dynamical Astronomy, 2007
Benet and Merlo, Multiple Components in Narrow Planetary Rings, Physcal Review Letters, 2008
Benet and Merlo, Phase-Space Volume of Regions of Trapped Motion: Multiple Ring Components and Arcs, Celestial Mechanics and Dynamical Astronomy, 2009
Jung et al, The chaotic set and the cross section for chaotic scattering in three degrees of freedom, New Journal of Physics, 2010
Benet and Merlo, Structure in narrow planetary rings: Open questions and recent results, Revista Mexicana de Ciencias Geológicas, 2010
Jung et al, Symmetry breaking: A tool to unveil the topology of chaotic scattering with three degrees of freedom, AIP Conference Proceedings, 2010