Dynamical Architecture of Planetary Systems


Driven by the rapid pace of observational detection of novel planetary systems, as well as advances in computational capabilities, the interest in the study of planetary orbital dynamics has been reinvigorated. In turn, the formulation of a substantial aggregate of new models has shed light on the dramatic processes responsible for shaping planetary systems including our own. Within this realm, our work is concentrated on the development of theoretical understanding of the structure and origin of (near-)resonant planetary systems as well as the characterization of their long-term dynamical stability and the onset of chaotic motion.


Konstantin Batygin