Event Date/Time: Jan 02, 2004 End Date/Time: Jan 05, 2004
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Dynamics Days is an annual conference whose purpose is to gather a variety of researchers with overlapping interests in topics in nonlinear dynamics. About 150 people generally attend. Though the regular attendees are primarily in the fields of mathematics and physics, there are substantial contributions from biologists, chemists, ecologists, engineers, and geologists.

This year we are emphasizing problems in which nonlinear dynamics and complexity plays a substantial role, including pattern forming systems (granular, chemical, fluid, biological), characterization and control of nonlinear systems, structure of chaotic attractors, synchronization of nonlinear systems, population dynamics, complexity in biology, and complex systems, broadly defined.

The conference is jointly hosted by Duke University, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and North Carolina State University.