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Featured Minisymposia

Featured Minisymposia

Featured Minisymposia will include a selective group of talks that describe and promote recent significant advances in a theme deemed to be of high priority for current and near future research in Dynamical Systems and their Applications.



Applications of Algebraic Topology to Neuroscience 
Chad Giusti, University of Pennsylvania, USA
Robert W. Ghrist, University of Pennsylvania, USA
Danielle Bassett, University of Pennsylvania, USA


Data Assimilation in the Life Sciences 
Elizabeth M. Cherry, Cornell University, USA
Timothy Sauer, George Mason University, USA


Data-Driven Modeling of Dynamical Processes in Spatially-Embedded Random Networks 
Gyorgy Korniss, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, USA


Stochastic Delayed Networks  
Gabor Orosz, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, USA


Localized Pattern Formation in Reaction-diffusion Equations
Arik Yochelis, Ben Gurion University Negev, Israel


Non-Autonomous Instabilities 
Sebastian M. Wieczorek, University College Cork, Ireland


Random Walks, First Passage Time and Applications 
Theodore Kolokolnikov, Dalhousie University, Canada
Sidney Redner, Santa Fe Institute, USA


Time-Delayed Feedback 
Andreas Amann, University College Cork, Ireland


Emerging Strategies for Stability Analysis of Electrical Power Grids 
Lewis G. Roberts, University of Bristol, United Kingdom
Florian Dorfler,  ETH Zürich, Switzerland


Invariant Manifolds Unravelling Complicated Dynamics 
Stefanie Hittmeyer, University of Auckland, New Zealand
Pablo Aguirre,  Universidad Técnica Federico Santa María, Chile


Medical Applications
Dan D. Wilson, University of California, Santa Barbara, USA
Jeff Moehlis, University of California, Santa Barbara, USA



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