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37 Feb 2014
Dresden, Germany
Registration deadline
Nov 30, 2013
Elena Kartashova, Arkady Pikovsky, Dima Shepelyansky
Contact address
Katrin Lantsch
Max Planck Institute for the Physics of Complex Systems
Nöthnitzer Str. 38


Weak Chaos and Weak Turbulence

Focus of the workshop are common and complimentary features of concepts of weak chaos and weak turbulence in large weakly nonlinear systems. Specialists in mathematics, dynamical systems, natural and laboratory experiments, and in extended numerical simulations will discuss both fundamental problems and applications.

Key questions to be discussed are:
• Mathematical theory of weak chaos and integrability, in particular extensions of KAM to systems with many degrees of freedom
• Thermalization in weakly nonlinear lattices and fields
• Weakly chaotic regimes in disordered systems
• Numerical methods for effective simulations of large nonlinear systems
• Novel methods of numerical characterization of chaos and integrability
• Discrete wave turbulence theory and increment chain equation method
• Wave turbulence in optical, hydrodynamic, and other experiments
• Anderson localization and nonlinearity