DynamicsDays - XL

DynamicsDays2021 Dynamics Days Europe is a series of major international conferences founded in the 1980's that provides a European forum for developments in the applications of and theory for dynamics. For over fourty years (!), it has been bringing together researchers from a wide range of backgrounds including physics, biology, engineering and mathematics for interdisciplinary research in nonlinear science.


We are pleased to announce the Dynamics Days Europe 2021 conference, which will take place online and, if possible, in Nice, from the 23rd to the 27th of August 2021.

Updates are usually pushed to the mailing list.


  • Most minisymposia scheduled for dynamicsdays 2020 will take place during dynamicsdays 2021.

  • The submission for contributed talks is now closed.


Plenary speakers:

Format:

  • All talks will be delivered on Zoom, irrespective of the location of the speaker, and we will absorb all the associated costs (webinar licenses, etc.).

  • We will do all we can to allow participants to physically come to Nice, but the final decision on this is deferred to a later stage (June). However, attendees can already start planning for their talks, which will be delivered online, irrespective of where the speaker is located, and irrespective of whether a hybrid conference can take place.

  • If a hybrid conference will take place, meaning that people can come to Nice, then it will be free of charge, but with a mandatory registration.

Contact

For any question, please send email to dynamicsdays2021@univ-cotedazur.fr, it will reach the organization committee.

XL ?

This is the 40th edition of DynamicsDays! Please contribute and make of this edition the success it should be!

Updates:

Mailing list: You may subscribe to the (very low-traffic) dynamicsdays2021_info newsletter by sending email to sympa@listes.univ-cotedazur.fr with subject subscribe dynamicsdays2021_info. Clicking this link should do just that: dynamicsdays2021_info@univ-cotedazur.fr. Subscribers to last year's edition have been copied over.