Goals and Scope

    Network models is a novel powerful tool for describing complex real-world systems - ranging from the Internet and other communication systems to neuronal microcircuits of the brain. To study nonlinear dynamics on networks, one incorporates approaches from the dynamical system theory, statistical physics and mathematics. Enormous progress in the field has been achieved with the help of computational approaches.

    The goal of the workshop is to bring together theoreticians and experimentalists with a purpose to discuss novel trends in the nonlinear dynamics on networks, and to exchange ideas in this rapidly growing interdisciplinary field. The main topics include but are not restricted to:

  • Coupled Oscillators: Analytical Advances for Large and Small Ensembles
  • Chimera States and Pattern Formation on Networks
  • Heteroclinic Cycles, Bifurcations, and Multistability
  • Synchronizability of Networks
  • Localization on Networks
  • Dynamics of Systems with Complex Delays
  • Data Analysis of Network Connections
  • Applications in Life Sciences, Neurodynamics, other fields

    The workshop program consists of invited talks and a discussion session. Younger scientists will be able to present their results as short oral communications or posters. We plan 5 working days: from July 5 (Monday) till July 9 (Friday). People are welcome to arrive on Sunday, July 4 and leave on Saturday, July 10.

    The workshop poster is available for preview and download.