An interdisciplinary initiative
Indian Institute of Technology Madras
The aim of the proposed center is to contribute to the development of new techniques and tools for mathematical modelling and analysis of complex dynamical systems and to investigate some of the challenging dynamical problems in climate science, neuroscience, biological systems, multi-physics systems and active flows.
In addition to enhancing to fundamental understanding of the universal features, which contribute to similar phenomena across a diversity of systems, the effort will also focus on translating into delivering technology that is useful in industrial and societal contexts.
This center is envisaged as an interdisciplinary center drawing on expertise from science, engineering and humanities disciplines to develop the expertise and synergy required for the proposed outcomes.
The primary aim of this workshop is to introduce the diverse problems that require the use of complex dynamics and network methods for their analysis. The workshop includes both research seminars by eminent experts as well as hands on tutorial sessions. The intended audience is researchers in the field, as well as PhD students, postdoctoral fellows, senior undergraduate students and industry professionals
Last date for Registration: August 23, 2021.
Computational Neuroscience Lab Meet 2021
Complex Systems and Dynamics
August 13-15, 2021
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Computational Neuroscience Lab Meet (CNSLM 2021) is the annual workshop of the Computational Neuroscience Lab to be held from Aug 13-15, 2021.
It is an online workshop with the following core themes:
Mote information on abstract submission and registration here.
This workshop is being held as a part of the activities of the Center for Complex Systems and Dynamics.
The Indian Institute of Technology Madras is the #1 ranked institute according to the National Institute Ranking Format (NIRF) for the last 5 years in succession and is recognised as an Institute of National Importance. IIT Madras, located in the sea-side city of Chennai, was established in 1959 and was the third IIT established by the Government of India. It is a residential institute that occupies about 2.5 sq km campus which was earlier a part of the Guindy National Park. The lush green campus is home to many flora and fauna, including the iconic black buck which is an endangered species.
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