Outstanding Challenges in Nonlinear Dynamics

March 20, 2022 - March 25, 2022
Nonlinear dynamics has reached considerable breadth and diversification in recent years. Physicists are applying it in fields as diverse as fluid dynamics, climate and weather forecast, neuroscience, socioeconomic systems, and many more. On the one hand we have witnessed amazing progress in many of these fields, as exemplified by the intriguing level of detail with which cardiac dynamics is now studied and modeled. On the other hand, this diversification in applications is somewhat masking the fact that we are presently facing substantial but similar challenges in different fields. This workshop will bring together researchers on nonlinear dynamics working in diverse fields and will focus on common topical challenges that are showing up in various applications.
This Session is organized by:

Theo GEISEL, MPI, Göttingen, Germany
Hugues CHATÉ, CNRS-CEA Saclay, Gif-sur-Yvette, France

More information can be found on the Workshop's WEBSITE.
Published on  October 11, 2021
Updated on  October 11, 2021