New: Some pdf files of talks and posters and some photos of the conference are already available on the website.
The international conference “Dynamical Systems: 100 years after Poincaré” will be held from 3-7 September 2012 at Gijón, a seaside city in northern Spain.
The conference is organized by the Dynamical Systems Group at the University of Oviedo. The aim is to bring together a broad group of scientists working in the field of dynamical systems on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the death of Henri Poincaré (29 April 1854 – 17 July 1912).
All topics related with dynamical systems are considered but focusing on local and global bifurcations in discrete and continuous dynamical systems, planar vector fields and Celestial Mechanics. Applications to real-world problems will be highlighted. The conference will promote the diffusion of recent developments and future perspectives.
Topics of interest include: ordinary differential equations, dynamical systems, delay differential equations, difference equations, discrete maps and iterative functional systems, numerical methods for differential equations, oscillation theory, bifurcation theory and chaotic dynamics, nonlinear systems theory and applications, chaos control and synchronization, neural networks, celestial mechanics and mathematical biology.
There will be ten keynote speakers, sixty-four 30-minutes contributed talks in two parallel sessions and also two poster sessions. Plenary speakers are experts chosen from different areas of Dynamical Systems.
The publication of conference proceedings is within the plans of the organizers.
The conference is open and intends to achieve a significant impact among young researchers. A limited number of partial grants will be available for them.