The PNLD 2023 will be a satellite conference to STATPHYS-28, which will be held in Tokyo from August 7-11, 2023.
The `Perspectives in Nonlinear Dynamics' (PNLD) series of conferences in Nonlinear Dynamics is held every 3 years in different parts of the world for the last 20 years and is always held as a satellite conference to the Statphys Conference.
The earlier conferences have been held at
PNLD 2004 - Chennai
PNLD 2007 - Trieste
PNLD 2010 - Bangalore
PNLD 2013 - Hyderabad
PNLD 2016 - Berlin
PNLD 2019 - São Paulo
Adilson Motter*, Northwestern University
Ana Amador, U Buenos Aires
Anirban Chakraborti*, JNU/BMU New Delhi
Antonio Palacios, San Diego State University
Baowen Li*, U Colorado
Bosiljka Tadic*, U Ljubljana
Daniil Yurchenko, U Southampton
Deepak Dhar, IISER Pune
Dibakar Ghosh, ISI Kolkata
DV Senthilkumar, IISER Thiruvananthapuram
Gabriel Mindlin*, U Buenos Aires
G Ambika, IISER Trivandrum
Grzegorg Litak, Lublin
Hilda Cerdeira, ICTP-SAIFR
Jürgen Kurths*, PIK Potsdam
Kazuyuki Aihara*, U Tokyo
Kelly Larosz*, U Sao Paolo
Kori Hiroshi, University of Tokyo
M Lakshmanan*, Bharatidasan University Tiruchirapalli
Michael Small, U Western Australia, Perth
Miguel AF Sanjuan, U Rey Juan Carlos, Madrid
Patrick Luodop*, U Dschang
Punit Parmananda, IIT Bombay
Rama Govindarajan, ICTS Bengaluru
Rahul Pandit, IISc Bangalore
Rajarshi Roy, UMD College Park
RI Sujith, IIT Madras
Ricardo Viana*, U Parana, Curitiba
Sarika Jalan, IIT Indore
Samriddhi Sankar Ray, ICTS Bangalore
Sergej Flach, IBS Daejeon
Sitabhra Sinha, IMSc Chennai
Soumitro Banerjee, IISER Kolkata
Stefano Boccaletti*, NADIR, Florence
Sudeshna Sinha, IISER Mohali
Theo Geisel, University of Gottingen
Schedule Day 2
Schedule Day 1
Schedule Day 4
Schedule: Day 3
Poster session 2: August 4
Poster session 1: August 2
The venue for the conference
Venue for conference dinner
Venue for cultural program
Arun Tangirala, Chemical Engg IITM
Anubhab Roy, Applied Mechanics IITM
Ashwin Joy, Physics IITM
B Ravindran, Computer Science IITM
Ganesh Tamadapu, Applied Mechanics IITM
Ganga Prasath, Applied Mechanics IITM
K Murali, Physics Anna University
Mahesh Panchagnula, Applied Mechanics IITM
Neelima Gupte, Physics IITM
Sayan Gupta, Applied Mechanics IITM
S Faruque Ali, Applied Mechanics IITM
Srinivasa Chakravarthy, Biotechnology IITM
Sumesh Thampi, Chemical Engg IITM
Sunetra Sarkar, Aerospace Engg IITM
Invited Speakers: Accommodation is being arranged at the Bose Einstein Guest House and Taramani Guest House inside IITM campus.
We have been able to arrange for limited accommodation on payment basis at Taramani Guest House IIT Madras and in Flora International Hostel, Anna University. For the students, we have arranged hostels at the IIT Mens and Ladies Hostels, the majority of which are twin shared. The participants will have to pay for the accommodation charges as well as for breakfast and dinner. The registration fee covers the cost for the lunch only at the conference venue.
All participants are being emailed separately with details of their accommodation. Here are the googlemap links for the various accommodation
1. Bose Einstein Guest House, IIT Madras
2. Taramani Guest House, IIT Madras
3. Flora International Hostel, Anna University
4. CCW Office, IIT Madras
Additionally, there are a large number of hotels in the city. Please check bookings.com for options. There are alternative options that include air b&B and other similar websites.
Travel to Venue: All participants are advised to arrange for their own travel to the venue and to their accommodation as it will not be possible to arrange for pick-up or drop.
From airport: There are several taxi services available at the airport for dropping at IITM or the other guest houses; please see options available here. In general, the FastTrack Call Taxi service (+91 -44-28889999/24732020) is very reliable. Apart from these, Uber and Ola are widely available.
From railway station: Similar options are available from the railway station as well.
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.
The Indian Institute of Technology Madras is the #1 ranked institute according to the National Institute Ranking Format (NIRF) for the last 7 years in succession and is recognised as an Institute of National Importance.
There is no registration fees for the invited speakers. However, all invited speakers are requested to register for the conference and furnish all relevant details as this is mandated by Govt of India.
The registration fees for all Indian residents is INR 4000. This includes participation in the conference, registration kit, lunches and snacks at the conference venue for 4 days.
The registration fees for all participants from outside India is USD 200. This includes participation in the conference, registration kit, lunches and snacks at the conference venue for 4 days.
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