Books serve to show a man that those original thoughts of his aren't very new after all.
by Abraham Lincoln


(Updated 03/2013)

Currently I’m more or less interested in:

  • Symplectic and Poisson geometry, Lie groupoids and algebroids
  • Dynamical systems and singular foliations
  • Mathematical methods in finance and economy
  • Complexity

Some of the things that I did:

  • Local linearization theorem for proper Lie groupoids
  • Semi-local decomposition theorem for nondegenerate singularities of integrable Hamiltonian systems
  • Intrinsic torus actions for dynamical systems (the “toric philossophy”, which implies things like action-angle variables, Poicaré-Dulac normalization, etc.)
  •  Linearization of higher-codimension singular foliations
  • Levi decomposition (in infinite-dimensional situations)
  • Monodromy formulas for integrable Hamiltonian systems
  • Entropy of geometric structures
  • Non-Hamiltonian integrable systems
  • etc.

Research profile on Google Scholar (which is a good approximation of what I did):

My list of publications on MathSciNet (If you want to find my publications on MathSciNet, use the full name “Nguyen Tien Zung” in that order instead of just “Zung” or “Nguyen”).

My preprints on ArXiv server

My full list of publications and preprints  (until 2011)

Some old research networks:

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