Satellite-CCS2018

CCS2018: The Conference on Complex Systems 2018
Thessaloniki, Greece. September 23 – 28, 2018
http://ccs2018.web.auth.gr

 

SATELLITE – DATE : September 26,2018
SATELLITE  – TITLE :
Questions and Perspectives in Understanding Complexity
via Nonlinearity and Information Theory
SATELLITE  – SCOPE:
The general aim of the satellite is to highlight the power of nonlinear dynamical and information theoretical methods in getting insights and new knowledge about representative complex systems. It is intended to present recent advances in topics that show contributions towards the understanding of complex systems delivered by the use of nonlinear dynamical concepts and generalized entropies. These topics encompass several disciplines: Physics (criticality, localization, glass formation), biology (protein folding, circadian rhythms), geophysics (climate, seismicity), ecology (populations evolution, catastrophic extinction), etc.
SATELLITE  – POSTER:

SATELLITE – INVITED SPEAKERS:
Alberto Robledo (UNAM, Mexico)
Alvaro Diaz Ruelas (UNAM, Mexico)
Alessandro Pluchino (Catania University, Italy)
Andrea Rapisarda (Catania University, Italy)
Constantino Tsallis (Centro Brasileiro de Pesquisas Fisicas, Brazil)
Colm Connaughton (University of Warwick, UK)
Fulvio Baldovin (Padova University, Italy)
G.Cigdem Yalcin (Istanbul University, Turkey)
Hildegard Meyer – Ortmanns (Jacobs University, Germany)
Nihat Ay (Max Planck Institute, Germany / Santa Fe Institute, USA)
SATELLITE – ORGANIZERS:
G.Cigdem Yalcin (gcyalcin@istanbul.edu.tr)
(İstanbul University)
Alberto Robledo  (robledo@fisica.unam.mx)
(Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico)
SATELLITE – REGISTRATION:
We invite abstracts for oral presentation (approx. 500 words, 1 figure) of works that combine nonlinearity and complexity and fall within the general scope of the satellite. (Contact the Satellite Organizers)
Deadline for abstract submission: June 30, 2018
All the participants of the satellite meeting (with or without abstract submission or invited speakers) must register for the Conference on Complex Systems 2018.
SATELLITE – PROGRAM:
Coming soon
SATELLITE – ABSTRACTS:
Alberto Robledo : Self-organized criticality and a constrained thermal system analogue of the onset of chaos
Alvaro Diaz-Ruelas : Critical phenomena at the onset of chaos
Alessandro Pluchino : The fallacy of representative democracy and the random selection of legistators
Andrea Rapisarda : The role of talent and luck in getting success
Constantino Tsallis : Nonlinear dynamical systems: Does strong chaos exclude q-statistics?
Hildegard Meyer-Ortmanns : On the impact of a fundamental trade-off between costs and precision on the fate of dynamical systems
 Full abstract booklet….Coming soon