Contributed Talks

Contributed Talks

The following speakers have been selected to give a Contributed Talk during the conference.


Monday 22nd August

CT 01 - Machine Learning-based Modelling & Prediction (Part i) 

Programme Code Name Title
CT 01.01 Kengo Nakai Evaluation of a data-driven model using reservoir computing from dynamical system point of view
CT 01.02 Sebastian Baur Producing high-dimensional heterogeneous time series employing generalized local states
CT 01.03 Constantinos Siettos Numerical Integration of stiff ODEs and DAEs with Physics-Informed Shallow Random Projection Machine Learning


CT 02 - Networks

Programme Code Name Title
CT 02.01 Jens Christian Claussen Evolutionary optimization of networks towards complexity: graph connectivity evolution driven by complexity measures as fitness functions
CT 02.02 Sajjad Bakrani Controlling collective behavior of network dynamics against link modifications


CT 03 - Modelling

Programe Code Name Title
CT 03.01 Hildegard Meyer-Ortmanns The cavity method for minority games on financial markets
CT 03.02 Tobias Wand Analysis of the Football Transfer Market Network
CT 03.03 Laura Jones Efficacy and neighbourhoods, or how the community's actions affect crime rates.
CT 03.04 Junzhe Zhang Dynamics of particle aggregation in de-wetting films of complex liquids


CT 04 - Life Sciences (Part i)

Programme code Name Title
CT 04.01 Skye Dore-Hall Ramp Function Approximations of Michaelis-Menten Functions in a Model of Plant Metabolism
CT 04.02 Rodrigo García-Tejera Regulation of stem cell dynamics through volume exclusion
CT 04.03 Yu Meng The fundamental benefits of multiplexity in ecological networks
CT 04.04 Tamás Kovács How can contemporary climate research help understand epidemic dynamics? -- Ensemble approach and snapshot attractors


CT 05 - Stochastic Dynamics

Programme Code Name Title
CT 05.01 Rainer Klages Extended Poisson-Kac theory: A unifying framework for stochastic processes with finite propagation velocity
CT 05.02 Wei Hao Tey Minimal invariant sets of Random Dynamical systems with bounded noise
CT 05.03 Jinjie Zhu Construction and application of phase reduction in coherent excitable systems


Tuesday 23rd August

CT 07 - Characterisation of Nonlinear Dynamics

Programme Code Name Title
CT 07.01 David Müller-Bender Suppression of quasiperiodcity in circle maps with quenched disorder
CT 07.02 Andres Aragoneses Fisher-Shannon complexity plane using ordinal patterns
CT 07.03 George Datseris Methods and software for estimating basins of attraction of arbitrary dynamical systems
CT 06.01 Inga Kottlarz Data driven reconstruction of spatiotemporal chaos in three-dimensional excitable media


CT 08 - Inference & Modelling

Programme Code Name Title
CT 08.01 Andreas Amann Nonlinear Dynamics in Vibrational Energy Harvesting Devices
CT 08.02 Aditi Kathpalia Robust Causal Inference for Irregularly Sampled Time Series from Dynamical Systems
CT 08.03 Camille Deberne Non-linear dynamics of an accidental underwater compressed air release
CT 08.04 Ágota Tóth Soft hydrogel structures: from surface instabilities to collective behavio


CT 09 - Life Sciences (Part ii)

Programme Code Name Title
CT 09.01 Oskar. E. Ström DNA Transport in Micropillar Arrays – Elastic Turbulence Resulting in Macroscopic Ordered Waves
CT 09.02 Ryan Deeley Dual-tipping: investigating abrupt state transitions induced by a coupling of rate- and noise-induced effects in a marine ecological system
CT 09.03 Withdrawn Roman Cherniha A Simple Mathematical Model for the COVID-19 Outbreak and Its Applications
CT 09.04 Malcolm Hillebrand Nonlinearity, chaos and bubbles in DNA molecules


CT 10 - Syncronisation (Part i)

Programme Code Name Title
CT 10.01 Anaïs Espinoso Normalized multivariate phase locking in electroencephalographic recordings from epilepsy patient
CT 10.02 Rok Cestnik Phase and amplitude response inference from observations
CT 10.03 Juan Gancio Critical parameters of the synchronisation's stability for coupled maps in regular graphs



Thursday 25th August

CT 11 - Fluid Dynamics

Programme Code Name Title
CT 11.01 Enda Carroll A minimal phase-coupling model for intermittency in turbulent systems
CT 11.02 Michel Speetjens Linear versus nonlinear transport during chaotic advection in fluid flows
CT 11.03 Sanjeeva Balasuriya 2D invariant manifolds in 3D flows: perturbed locations under general perturbations and instantaneous flux
CT 11.04 Bálint Kaszás Dynamics-based Machine Learning Of Transitions In Couette Flow
CT 11.05 Robin Noury Experimental study of the beads-on-string structure durng viscoelastic filament stretching with digital holography


CT 12 - Characterisation of Nonlinear Dynamics

Programme Code Name Title
CT 12.01 Gary Froyland An inflated dynamic Laplacian to discover the formation and dissipation of coherent sets
CT 12.02 Dániel Jánosi Characterizing chaos in Hamiltonian systems subjected to parameter drift
CT 12.03 Maja Resman Zeta functions and complex dimensions of orbits of dynamical systems
CT 12.04 Günter Radons Chaotic Diffusion in Delay Systems: Giant Enhancement by Time Lag Modulation
CT 12.05 Evgeny Volkov Emerging of complex multistability and attractor with broken symmetry in quorum sensing coupled identical ring oscillators.


CT 13 - Classical & Quantum Dynamics

Programme Code Name Title
CT 13.01 Withdrawn -Pragya Shukla Curl force dynamics: classical and quantum
CT 13.02 Arjendu Pattanayak Controlling dissipative quantum nonlinear dynamics using weak measurement back-action
CT 13.03 Michał Ławniczak A new spectral invariant for quantum graphs


CT 14 - Spacio-temporal Dynamics

Programme Code Name Title
CT 14.01 Lyle Muller Prediction of specific spatiotemporal patterns in nonlinear oscillator networks with distance-dependent time delays
CT 14.03 Andres Aragoneses Correlation Entropy: Quantifying non-equilibrium ensemble dynamics
 PS 21 Jaroslav Hlinka Causal structure of time-reversed networks


CT 15 - Syncronisation (Part ii)

Programme Code Name Title
CT 15.01 Aditi Kathpalia Causal Properties of Synchronizing Systems
CT 15.02 Sarika Jalan Adaptation of higher-order interactions facilitates anti-phase explosive synchronization
CT 15.03 Ayumi Ozawa Feedback control of globally coupled oscillators based on the analysis of a phase oscillator model