15th Experimental Chaos and Complexity Conference
Madrid, Spain, June 4-7, 2018
Rey Juan Carlos University
After Crystal City, Edinburgh, Boca Raton, Orlando, Potsdam, San Diego, Florence, Sao José dos Campos, Catania, Lille, Ann Arbor, Aberdeen, and Banff, the 15th edition of the Experimental Chaos and Complexity Conference will be held in Madrid, Spain, on June 4-7, 2018, organized by the Rey Juan Carlos University at the Madrid Campus in the Vicálvaro district (how to reach the venue). As in the past editions, this biennial conference is dedicated to experimental work in nonlinear dynamics. It is a highly interdisciplinary conference to highlight experiments and experimental challenges, although the conference attracts many theorists and mathematicians providing a theoretical framework to observations or new methods for analyzing data.
If you would like to share with the community your recent experimental findings (or you are a theoretician looking for an experiment) about nonlinear dynamics in:
- brain & neurons
- optics & lasers
- electronic networks
- social science and transportation systems
- data science, machine learning and cyber security
- granular media and active matter
- climate and earth
- fluids & plasma
- ecological systems and evolution
- experimental game theory
- systems biology
- cardiac waves and tumor growth
- chemical systems
or any other topic related with the general scope of the conference, the organizing committee encourages your participation. To keep updated about the latest news follow us on twitter @ecc15madrid2018. If you have any questions please send us an email or contact through the contact form button located above.
The Organizing Committee of the 15th Experimental Chaos and Complexity Conference to be held in Madrid (June 4-7), encourages your participation to share with the nonlinear community your recent experimental findings.
Abstract submission for poster contribution is still open until April 30. You can submit your abstract at: https://eventos.urjc.es/9662/section/8959/the-15th-experimental-chaos-and-complexity-conference.html