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31 Oct11 Nov 2011
Yaounde, University of Yaounde I, Cameroon
M. Peyrard, M. Marsili, T.C. Kofane, M. Muller, A. M. Dikande, J.P. Nguenang
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A.M. Dikande, Univ. of Buea, Cameroon J.P. Nguenang, Univ. of Douala, Cameroon
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NODYCOS-2011: International School on Nonlinear Dynamics in Complex Systems, Yaounde Cameroon

Nodycos 2011, a very first school of its kind to be organized in Cameroon (by the ICTP Trieste, Italy), aims at bringing together students and leading experts with diverse backgrounds in applied physics, theoretical physics and computational physics, to share insights on the state-of-the-art of efficient forefront analytical and computational approaches to models governing nonlinear physical processes. Focus will be on nonlinear models appearing quite recurrently in current literature, which find widespread applications in a broad range of physical contexts including (but not exclusively):
1. Information transmissions and communication networks 2. Localization, diffusion and transfer of energy in bimolecular, cold-atom systems and optical lattices including the formation of structured patterns 3. Nonlinear dynamics of Plasma media, Laser and Laser-matter interactions 4. Organization of bacterial colonies and chemical evolutions 5. Quantitative description of Earthquake risks and prediction 6. Marine hydrodynamics and dynamics of the atmosphere.
The activity is also an opportunity for students, young researchers and existing local research groups to discuss with experts about new and future developments where these techniques are potentially fruitful