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2127 Sep 2013
Rhodes, Greece
Registration deadline
Jul 31, 2013
Contact address
Anatole Kenfack


Symposium on Bifurcations, Chaos and Control of Complex Nonlinear Systems

The aim of this symposium is to address recent highlights of complex chaotic and/or noisy nonlinear dynamical systems, with a special emphasis on couplings as they are important in understanding the phenomena of self-organization and complexity. Despite the tremendous progress in recent years, there is still a number of interesting systems for which the physics is far to be fully understood. That is why the interest in this field is continuously growing, aiming at finding novel mathematical concepts and sophisticated numerical approaches likely to tackle these systems. Not to mention, the nonlinearity which is almost always present here does contain the essential features which may be lost at the linearized limit.

Main topics of this Symposium include (but not limited):
- Bifurcation and chaos in nonlinear oscillators
- Collective dynamics of coupled oscillators,
- Network synchronization
- Directed transport (Ratchet)
- Time delayed dynamical systems
- Stochastic resonances
- Application of other dynamical processes taking place on networked realistic systems

This symposium is intended to enable the exchange of ideas between researchers about possible advances in this field.

All accepted contributions will be published in the very famous AIP (American Institute of Physics) Conference Proceedings ( Interestingly, selected contributions will be reviewed and published in appropriate journals.

Important Dates:
Extended Abstract Submission: July 10, 2013
Notification of Acceptance/Rejection: July 22, 2013
Registration Deadline: July 31, 2013
Final Paper Submission: July 27, 2013
Final Material Submitted to ICNAAM Chair: July 29, 2013
Final Material Submitted to AIP (by contract): August 01, 2013

Inquiries and submissions about this symposium can be forwarded electronically to Dr. habil. A. Kenfack,