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Introduction

We invite you to participate in Dynamics Days LAC (Latin America and the Caribbean) 2018, the fifth such meeting, following those organized in Brazil (2010), Colombia (2012), Chile (2014), and Mexico (2016). On this occasion, the conference will be held in the beautiful city of Punta del Este, a peninsula located at the southernmost point in Uruguay, where the Río de la Plata river meets the Atlantic Ocean, and only an hour and a half away from the capital city, Montevideo.

Contributions are invited on experimental, computational, applied, and theoretical research in all areas related to non-linear dynamics, including (but not limited to), chaos, control theory, non-equilibrium statistical physics, complex networks and systems, computational methods, fluid dynamics, granular materials, neural dynamics, non-linear waves, pattern formation, quantum chaos, stochastic processes, and systems biology.

Since its beginnings, a key goal of the Dynamics Days LAC has promote cross-fertilization of ideas from different areas. In particular, the meeting is also willing to form exciting to encourage active participation from young scientists, through invited and contributed oral presentations or posters. On this occasion, there will be also thematic mini-symposia, ranging from brain networks, power grids and information technology, to smart cities and social networks.

Committee

International Organizing Committee

  • Ana Amador, Departamento de Física, Universidad de Buenos Aires & IFIBA, CONICET, Argentina.

  • Celia Anteneodo, Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio de Janeiro, PUC Rio, Brazil.

  • Hilda Cerdeira, IFT, Instituto de Física Teórica, São Paulo, SP, Brazil.

  • Mario Cosenza, Universidad de Los Andes, Mérida, Venezuela.

  • Marcel G. Clerc, Universidad de Chile, Santiago, Chile.

  • Elbert EN Macau, INPE, Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas Espaciais, São José dos Campos, SP, Brazil.

  • Arturo C. Martí, Instituto de Física de la Facultad de Ciencias, Universidad de la República, Montevideo, Uruguay.

  • José D. Muñoz, Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Bogotá, Colombia.

  • Gerard Olivar, Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Manizales, Colombia.

  • Carlos Pando, Benmérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla, México.

  • Gonzalo M. Ramírez, Universidad Mayor de San Andrés, La Paz, Bolivia.

  • Nicolás Rubido, Instituto de Física de la Facultad de Ciencias, Universidad de la República, Montevideo, Uruguay.

Local Organizing Committee

Non-linear Physics (FNL) research group ( web ) from the Universidad de la República (UdelaR), Uruguay.

  • Arturo C. Martí (Chair) , personal  web-page  and  email

  • Nicolás Rubido (Chair) , personal  web-page  and  email

  • Federico Abellá , personal  email

  • Nicolás Díaz , personal  email

  • Caracé Gutierrez , personal  email

  • Juan Gancio , personal  email

Call for paper

Important date

2018-05-21
Abstract submission deadline
2018-07-01
Draft paper submission deadline
2018-06-01
Draft paper acceptance notification

List of Topics

  • Brain Networks

  • Celestial Mechanics

  • Chaos and Fractals

  • Climate Dynamics

  • Complex Networks

  • Complex Systems

  • Control Theory

  • Dynamical Astronomy

  • Mutli-particle Systems

  • Econophysics

  • Game Theory

  • Granular Materials

  • Multi-particle Systems

  • Neural Dynamics

  • Non-linear Dynamics

  • Non-linear Photonics

  • Non-linear Waves

  • Out-of-equilibrium Systems

  • Pattern Formation

  • Plasma Physics

  • Population Dynamics

  • Quantum Chaos

  • Stochastic Processes

  • Synchronisation

  • Systems Biology

  • Time-series Analysis

  • Transport Phenomena

  • Turbulence

Guidlines

Submission Guidelines

We are currently accepting contributive talks and contributive posters. All submissions must consist of a title and abstract consisting of less than 300 words. This must also be submitted in .tex format at the moment of application. Mind that contributive talks should last less than 20 minutes and posters be presented in A0 pages.

Mini-symposium proposal submission guidelines

Mini-symposiums should include 4 speakers. Larger mini-symposiums can be requested, but mind the length of it so that appropiate time-allocation can be arranged. Other variations, such as satellite meetings or discussion panels are also welcomed.

The organizers need to provide the following details:

  • Organizers’ Full name and Affiliations

  • Mini-symposium/satellite/panel title

  • Brief summary (< 250 words) including context and relevance of the activity

  • Speakers’ Full name and Affiliations

At this stage, we are not requesting titles or abstracts of the mini-symposium speakers.

Contributive presentations and posters guidelines

We are accepting contributive talks and contributive posters. All submissions must consist of a title and an abstract consisting of less than 300 words. This must also be submitted in .tex format at the moment of the application. Mind that contributive talks should last less than 25 minutes and posters be presented in A0 pages.

Submissions are being accepted through EasyChair1.  You can submit your contributive talk or poster  using this link .

1To check details on EasyChair, visit:  https://easychair.org/

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Important Date
  • Conference Date

    Nov 26

    2018

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    Nov 30

    2018

  • May 21 2018

    Abstract Submission Deadline

  • Jun 01 2018

    Draft Paper Acceptance Notification

  • Jul 01 2018

    Draft paper submission deadline