Adilson E. Motter

Adilson E. Motter

Adilson E. Motter, born January 1, 1974, is a Brazilian-born American-based scientist working at Northwestern University. Motter's research is focused on complex systems and nonlinear phenomena, primarily involving chaos, fractals, statistical physics, complex networks and systems biology.

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Motter has contributed with pioneering efforts in the study of nonlinear phenomena in complex systems. He is credited for solving the paradox of heterogeneity in the synchronization of complex networks , and devising local methods for cascade control in distributed systems . In other areas he is known for accommodating the formalism of chaos theory within general relativity and establishing the three degrees of separation for English words .


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