Sponsored by the SIAM Activity Group on Dynamical Systems, this meeting is being held jointly with the SIAM Workshop on Network Science (NS19).
The application of dynamical systems theory to areas outside of mathematics continues to be a vibrant, exciting, and fruitful endeavor. These application areas are diverse and multidisciplinary, covering areas of applications that include biology, chemistry, physics, finance, industrial mathematics, data science, and more. This conference strives to amass a blend of application-oriented material and the mathematics that informs and supports the discipline. The goals of the meeting are a cross-fertilization of ideas from different application areas and increased communication between those who develop dynamical-systems techniques and the mathematicians, scientists, and engineers who use them.
The scope of this conference encompasses:
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Mason A. PorterUniversity of California, Los Angeles, U.S. Elaine SpillerMarquette University, U.S.
Daniel M. AbramsNorthwestern University, U.S. Andrew J. BernoffHarvey Mudd College, U.S. Lora BillingsMontclair State University, U.S. Alberto CarrassiNansen Environmental and Remote Sensing Center, Norway Arjen DoelmanLeiden University, The Netherlands David HuGeorgia Tech, U.S.
Scott McKinleyTulane University, U.S. Jeff MoehlisUniversity of California, Santa Barbara, U.S. Yasumasa NishiuraTohoku University, Japan Juan G. RestrepoUniversity of Colorado Boulder, U.S. Evelyn SanderGeorge Mason University, U.S. Andrew StuartCalifornia Institute of Technology, U.S. Sarah WatersUniversity of Oxford, United Kingdom
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