The Italian Society for Chaos and Complexity is proud to introduce the second edition of the "SICC Talks on Complexity", a series of online lectures given in September-November 2021 on hot topics on complexity at large. Each seminar will be given by two prominent scholars and followed by a short debate and Q&A session. Upon (free) registration, participants will receive instructions on how to connect to attend the lecture.
Each year, the Italian Society for Chaos and Complexity organizes the SICC International Tutorial Workshop TOPICS IN NONLINEAR DYNAMICS, an event where PhD students, young researchers and leading speakers coming from diverse disciplines meet each other to spend a week talking about science, engineering and complexity. As this year we cannot meet in presence, the 16th edition of the yearly SICC workshop will take the form of a series of online lectures.
The 6th IFAC Conference on Analysis and Control of Chaotic Systems will be held in Catania, September 27 - September 29, 2021.
The conference will be hybrid, allowing virtual and on-site presentations.
The conference is the sixth IFAC meeting related to analysis and control of chaotic systems. The 2021 edition aims at collecting the most prominent and timely contributions in the interdisciplinary field of chaos and nonlinear dynamics control and synchronization, including the complex networks scenario. Several research areas lean on this field, taking advantage from new developments. Biology (brain dynamics, heart beating, human-machine interaction etc.), physics (optics, magnetics, fluidics and microfluidics, etc.), mechanics and electro-mechanics, engineering (nonlinear dynamics of electronic and power electronic circuits and systems, chaos encryption, robotics, etc.), economics (critical decision, data-series analysis etc.), chemical engineering, and so on. Both theory and applications will be discussed. The conference aims also at directly involving students and young researchers in order to introduce them to the field of chaos and nonlinear dynamics.
The 17th IEEE International Workshop on Cellular Nanoscale Networks and their Applications, University of Catania - September 29 - September 30, 2021.
Computer technology is rapidly changing in the last decades. Besides the general progression in multi-core and many-core designs there is a strong demand for emerging nano-scale technologies with low power dissipation, intelligent, bio-inspired machines, massively-parallel architectures with learning capabilities, and memristive systems. Moreover, sensing and analyzing the visual world requires special sensors and processors. Sensor-processor arrays can solve problems from early image processing up to decision making. CNNA 2021 will provide a forum for the presentation of latest results and exploration of future directions in the context of Cellular Nanoscale Networks and their Applications.