Dynamics Days Asia-Pacific (DDAP) is one of the four influential and regular international series of conferences on dynamical systems, including Dynamics Days USA, Dynamics Days Europe and Dynamics Days South America. DDAP1 was launched in 1999 by the Centre For Nonlinear Studies (CNS) at Hong Kong Baptist University, and then held subsequently in several Asia-Pacific countries and regions, namely, Hangzhou (DDAP2, 2002), Singapore (DDAP3, 2004), Pohang (DDAP4, 2006), Nara (DDAP5, 2008) and Sydney (DDAP6, 2010), Taipei (DDAP7, 2012) and Chennai (DDAP8, 2014). DDAP9 will return to Hong Kong on December 14-17, 2016, at the Hong Kong Baptist University and Hong Kong University of Science and Technology. The purpose of this conference is to bring together researchers world-wide to Hong Kong to facilitate an interdisciplinary dialog among the different areas in nonlinear dynamics. We aim at reviewing recent progress in nonlinear science and its applications in physical, biological, neural and social sciences, communicating the latest results and newly established methodologies, and identifying themes and issues for further developments.
The conference will cover a variety of topics, including dynamical systems, hamiltonian dynamics, heat conduction,KPZ; statistical physics, small systems, glass/slow dynamics; neural dynamics/brain science, information; active matter, large fluctuations, fluid dynamics; complex networks, biological systems.
Hong Kong Baptist University
Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
|K. C. Wong Education Foundation|
|Hong Kong Baptist University|
|Faculty of Science|
|Institute of Computational and Theoretical Studies|
|Hong Kong University of Science and Technology|
|HKUST Jockey Club Institute of Advanced Study|