Speakers & Presenters

Speakers & Presenters

We look forward to welcoming speakers and presenters from across the globe.

Visit the Minisymposium Speakers page to view the list of minisymposiums and their speakers.

Visit the Posters page to view the list of selected posters.

Visit the Contributed Talks page for the list of selected speakers.

Please see below for confirmed plenary speakers and their presentation titles.


Erik Bollt

Erik Bollt, Clarkson Center for Complex Systems Science, Clarkson University

On Explaining the Surprising Success of Reservoir Computing Forecaster of Chaos? The Universal Machine Learning Dynamical System with Contrasts to VAR and DMD.

Mario Chavez

Mario Chavez, French National Centre for Scientific Research

The intrinsic geometry of complex brain networks as biomarkers in epilepsy

Jennifer Creaser

Jennifer Creaser, University of Exeter

A quasipotential approach for networks of bistable nodes

Fordyce Davidson

Fordyce Davidson, University of Dundee

The Architecture of Bacterial Biofilms

Ulrike Feudel

Ulrike Feudel, Institute for Chemistry and Biology of the Marine Environment, Carl von Ossietzky University Oldenburg, Germany

Tipping phenomena and resilience of complex systems: Theory and applications

Jordi Garcia-Ojalvo

Jordi Garcia-Ojalvo, Universitat Pompeu Fabra

Oscillations as organizers in cellular populations

Theo Geisel

Theo Geisel, Max-Planck-Institute for the Dynamics and Self-Organization & Bernstein Center for Computational Neuroscience Göttingen, Germany

Musicians' Synchronization and the Enigma of Swing

Jesús Gomes Gardenes

Jesús Gomes Gardenes, University of Zaragoza

Hunting mosquitoes with networks

James Gleeson

James Gleeson, University of Limerick

Data-driven modelling of cascades on networks

Sarika Jalan

Sarika Jalan - Indian Institute of Technology Indore

Multiple routes to abrupt first-order transition to synchronization in multilayer simplicial complexes

Aneta Koseska

Aneta Koseska

Max Planck Institute for Neurobiology of Behavior

Jürgen Kurths

Jürgen Kurths, Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research and Humboldt University Berlin

The Importance Complex Systems in Understanding Our Climate: Predictability of Extreme Climate Events

Ying-Cheng Lai

Ying-Cheng Lai, Arizona State University

Finding the equations and structures of complex systems from data

Benjamin Lindner

Benjamin Lindner, Bernstein Center for Computational Neuroscience Berlin & Institute of Physics, Humboldt University Berlin

Fluctuation-dissipation theorems for systems far from equilibrium

Cristina Masoller

Cristina Masoller, Departament de Física, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya

Time crystal oscillations in a periodically forced stochastic time delayed system

Ulrich Parlitz

Ulrich Parlitz, Max Planck Institute for Dynamics and Self-Organization

Challenges in cardiac dynamics


Arkady Pikovsky

Arkady Pikovsky, Potsdam University

Deterministic dynamics of active particles: chaos and synchronization

Steven Schiff

Steven Schiff, Yale University

Thermal Effects on Neurons During Stimulation of the Brain

Aneta Stefanovska

Aneta Stefanovska, University of Lancaster

Multiscale oscillatory dynamics: What happens when the frequencies are not constant?

Ruedi Stoop

Ruedi Stoop, University and ETH of Zurich, Switzerland

How good is your dynamical system model?

Tamás Tél

Tamás Tél, EOTVOS University

Climate changes of dynamical systems

Alessandro Torcini

Alessandro Torcini, CY Cergy Paris Universite'

Next Generation Neural Mass Models

James Yorke

James Yorke, University of Maryland

Large and Small Chaos Models

Alexey Zaikin

Alexey Zaikin, University College London

Intelligence and consciousness in genetic-neuron astrocyte networks