We invite you to join us for the 35th edition of Dynamics Days US, a major international conference with a long-standing tradition in nonlinear dynamics. The conference will be hosted by three universities in the Research Triangle of North Carolina: Duke University, North Carolina State University and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.  It will take place in downtown Durham, North Carolina, from January 7-10, 2016.

Contributions are invited in modeling, mathematical foundations, applications and experiments from all areas related to dynamical systems, including (but not limited to) active matter and non-­equilibrium statistical physics, complex networks, computational methods, fluid dynamics, granular materials, neural dynamics, nonlinear waves, pattern formation, quantum chaos, stochastic processes, and systems biology.

The conference will start on Thursday, January 7 at 1 pm and will end on Sunday, January 10 at 12 pm. A roughly equal number of contributed and invited talks are anticipated. Invited talks will be 30 minutes with 5 minutes for questions and contributed talks will be 12 minutes with 3 minutes for questions. In addition, poster sessions will be held on Friday and Saturday afternoons.

We look forward to welcoming you in Durham!

Dynamics Days 2016 Organizing Committee

  • Bob Behringer, Duke University
  • Daniel Gauthier, Duke University
  • Otti D’Huys, Duke University
  • Nicholas D. Haynes, Duke University
  • Joshua Socolar, Duke University
  • Lawrie Virgin, Duke University
  • Tom Witelski, Duke University
  • Karen Daniels, NC State University
  • Chris Jones, UNC Chapel Hill
  • Peter Mucha, UNC Chapel Hill

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Dynamics Days is supported by  the U.S. Army Research Office, the Statistical and Applied Mathematical Sciences Institute, the U.S. National Science Foundation and Chaos, a journal of the American Institute of Physics.

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