Bio

M.S. Norwegian Institute of Technology, 1995Ph.D. Norwegian University of Science & Technology, 2000

Henning Mortveit is an associate professor in Engineering Systems & Environment and the Network Systems Science and Advanced Computing  division in the Biocomplexity Institute & Initiative. He received his doctorate in mathematics from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology in 2000. Before joining ESE he held positions at the Los Alamos National Laboratory and at Virginia Tech.

Research Interests

  • Massively interacting systems and the mathematics supporting rigorous analysis and understanding of their stability and resiliency
  • The generic structure and the mathematics of large-scale simulation models of massively interacting systems
  • Discrete and continuous dynamical systems, in particular graph dynamical systems (GDS) and their combinatorial and algebraic structures
  • Design, modeling, framework development, and mathematical analysis of simulation models based on graph dynamical systems
  • Structure-to-function theory of graph dynamical systems relating properties of networks, functions and update mechanism to global dynamics

In the News

Selected Publications

  • Attractor Stability in Finite Asynchronous Biological System Models ABS Henning S. Mortveit and Ryan D. Pederson // Bulletin of Mathematical Biology // 2019 // 10.1007/s11538-018-00565-x
  • Planning and response in the aftermath of a large crisis: an agent-based informatics framework ABS Chris Barrett, Keith Bisset, Shridhar Chandan, et al. // Proc. WSC // 2013
  • Cycle Equivalence of Graph Dynamical Systems ABS Matthew Macauley and Henning S. Mortveit // Nonlinearity // 2009 // 10.1088/0951-7715/22/2/010
  • On Enumeration of Conjugacy Classes of Coxeter Elements ABS Matthew Macauley and Henning S. Mortveit // Proc. AMS // 2008 // 10.1090/S0002-9939-09-09884-0
  • An Introduction to Sequential Dynamical Systems ABS First graduate textbook on Sequential Dynamical Systems // Henning S. Mortveit and Christian M. Reidys // Springer Verlag // 2007 //10.1007/978-0-387-49879-9
  • Partitioning Hardware and Software for Reconfigurable Supercomputing Applications: A Case Study ABS Justin Tripp, Anders Hansson, Maya Gokhale and Henning S. Mortveit // Proc. Supercomupting // 2005 // 10.1109/SC.2005.54