ICAND 2012

 

International Conference on Theory and Applications in Nonlinear Dynamics  

 
 

Seattle, WA, August, 26-30 2012

 
 

The meeting is a continuation to the 2010 ICAND held in Lake Louise, Alberta, Canada, 2007 ICAND, meeting held in Poipu Beach, Koloa (Kauai), Hawaii, USA, and the 2005 DANOLD (Device Applications of Nonlinear Dynamics) meeting, held in Catania, Italy. These meeting brought together researchers from physics, engineering, and biology who were involved in the analysis and development of applications that incorporate and, indeed, exploit the nonlinear behavior of certain dynamical systems. ICAND's focus is on the implementation of theoretical ideas into actual devices and systems. However, realizing that theoretical ideas and discoveries march to the beat of their own drum, the meeting will also feature some novel theoretical ideas that have not yet made it to the drawing board, but show great promise for future development of cutting-edge technologies.









Inivited Speakers


1. Ying-Cheng Lai  (Application of chaos in harnessing quantum systems: Modulating quantum transport by transient chaos)
2. Bernard Chan  (Computional Nonlinear Dynamics.)
3. N. Sri Namachchivaya  (Particle Filtering in Multi-scale Chaotic Systems)
4. M. Lakshmanan  (Nonlinear Dynamics of Networks of Coupled Spin Torque Nano-Oscillators)
5. Antonio Palacios  (Numerical Exploration of the Dynamics of Coupled Spin Torque Nano Oscillators)
6. Lev Tsimiring  (Generation and synchronization of oscillations in synthetic gene networks)
7. Nikolai Rulkov  (Models of neuronal networks for real-time implementation of CPG in biomimetic robots)
8. Lasko Basnarkov  (Interactive ensembles of imperfect models: Lorenz 96 system)
9. Behnam Kia  (Adaption and Intelligence in the framework of Chaos)
10. Claudia Lainscsek  (Delay Differential Equation Models of Electrocardiograms)
11. Luciano Buono  (Bifurcation in symmetric delay-coupled rings of lasers)
12. Rachel Kuske  (Noise sensitivies in systems with delays and discontinuous dynamics)
13. Patrick Longhini  (Voltage Response of Non-Uniform Arrays of bi-SQUIDs)
14. Andy Kho  (A bistable microelectronic circuitfor sensing extremely low electric field)
15. Masayuki Kimura  (Observation of Intrinsic Localized Modes in Magneto-mechanical Cantilever Array with Tunable On-site Potentials)
16. Eugenijus Kaniusas  (Nonlinear behaviour of vital physiological systems)
17. Chitra Nayak  (Quality control and multiple clusters in the bacterial Tat system)
18. Teresa Emery  (Fabrication of bistable MEMS systems for energy harvesting)
19. William Ditto  (Synthetic Computation: ChaoGates to Genes)
20. Andrey Shilnikov  (Kneadings, Symbolic Dynamics and Painting Lorenz Chaos)
21. Nigel Stocks  (Topic: Stochastic nonlinear systems)
22. Mark McDonnell  (Distributed bandpass filtering and signal demodulation in cortical network models)
23. Michael Gabbay  (Nonlinear Dynamics of Opinion Networks)
24. Pablo I. Fierens  (Recent advances on information transmission and storage assisted by noise)
25. Neelima M. Gupte  (Transmission of packets on a hierarchical network: Avalanche statistics and explosive percolation)
26. Eiji Okamoto  (A chaos MIMO-OFDM scheme for mobile communication with physical-layer security)
27. Hiroyuki Torikai  (Asynchronous cellular automaton based modeling of nonlinear dynamics of neuron)
28. Shawn D. Pethel  (Acoustic Detection and Ranging Using Solvable Chaos)
29. Mark Spano  (Chaos for speech coding and production)
30. Thomas L. Carroll  (Using Phase Space Methods for Target Identification)
31. Alexander Neiman  (Spontaneous oscillations and response properties of sensory hair cells)
32. Eric Shea-Brown  (Reliable and unreliable spiking in random neural networks)
33. Benjamin Lindner  (Information filtering by stochastic neurons)
34. Robert Dillon  (Model for complex fluid-structure interaction in sperm and ciliary motility.)
35. Charles Finney  (Application of High Performance Computing for simulating the unstable dynamics of dilute spark-ignited combustion)




Poster Session


1. A. Konstorum (Elaboration of a Multispecies Model of Solid Tumor Growth with Tumor-Host Interactions)
2. G. A. Patterson (Resistive Switching Assisted by Noise)
3. Igor Tomovski (Topology Independent SIS Process: Theory and Application)
4. Jeremy Wojcik (The Role of Duty Cycle in a Three Cell Central Pattern Generator)
5. Miroslav Mirchev (On the Approach of Ensemble of Interacting Imperfect Models)
6. Suketu Naik (Synchronization in Coupled MEMS Resonators)