The organising committee are grateful to the following sponsors:

School of Natural & Computing Sciences, University of Aberdeen

The School of Natural and Computing Sciences, through research-led teaching and leading research, address the fundamental physical sciences, apply mathematics into interdisciplinary problems, develop the next generation of smart computational systems, and take chemistry from lab to every-day life.

The School has funded a number of bursaries to allow participants facing financial hardship or from underrepresented groups to attend the conference.

Cambridge University Press

Cambridge University Press unlocks the potential of millions of people worldwide. Their assessments, publications and research spread knowledge, spark enquiry and aid understanding around the world.


Chaos: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Nonlinear Science is a peer-reviewed journal founded in 1991 to promote the understanding of nonlinear dynamics and the evolution of complex systems and describe their manifestations in a manner comprehensible to researchers from a broad spectrum of disciplines. Chaos welcomes submission of original manuscripts on the full range of topics in the broadly interdisciplinary area of nonlinear science

Chaos, Solitons & Fractals

Chaos, Solitons & Fractals aims to be the leading journal in the interdisciplinary field of Nonlinear Science.

It encourages the submission of high-quality articles (under the form of short communications, regular papers, and review papers) containing results which have a significant impact on the following subjects:

  1. nonlinear dynamics and non-equilibrium processes in physics and applied mathematics;
  2. complex matter and networks;
  3. biophysics, systems biology and computational biology;
  4. fluctuations and random processes;
  5. artificial intelligence, machine learning and big data analytics;
  6. self-organization and emergent phenomena;
  7. applications to social science, engineering and econophysics.

Edinburgh Mathematical Society

The Edinburgh Mathematical Society (EMS) was founded in 1883 and has since become firmly established as the principal society for the mathematical sciences community in Scotland. The aims of the EMS are the development and promotion of all aspects of the mathematical sciences - including pure and applied mathematics, statistics, operational research, and data science - particularly in Scotland.  It draws its membership from all the Scottish universities and other educational institutions as well as from mathematical scientists in industry and commerce both at home and overseas.

European Physical Society Statistical & Nonlinear Physics Division

The European Physical Society (EPS) is the umbrella organisation of 42 national physical societies in Europe, consisting of 18 Divisions and Groups. The objective of the Statistical and Nonlinear Physics Division of EPS is the advancement of research in statistical and nonlinear physics, the dissemination of key results in this area to the general public, and the promotion and coordination of interdisciplinary research. More specifically, this Division of EPS deals with research in statistical physics, nonlinear dynamics, complex systems and interdisciplinary applications. For more information, see https://www.eps.org/members/group.aspx?id=85204


Mathematics (ISSN 2227-7390) is a peer-reviewed open access journal which provides an advanced forum for studies related to mathematics and is published semimonthly online by MDPI. It aims exclusively toward the publication of high-quality reviews, research articles and communications in all areas of pure and applied mathematics. It received its 2021 Impact Factor of 2.592 (SCIE) and CiteScore of 2.9 (Scopus), currently ranking in the first quartile (Q1) in its JCR and Scopus category.