Dynamics Days Europe
Dynamics Days Europe is a series of major international conferences founded in the 1980's that provides a European forum for developments in the applications of and theory for dynamics. Over twenty years, it has been bringing together researchers from a wide range of backgrounds including physics, biology, engineering and mathematics for interdisciplinary research in nonlinear science. We welcome proposals and suggestions for future locations to hold Dynamics Days Europe.

There are also US and Asia-Pacific Dynamics Days conferences.  

The   Dynamics Days 2014   will be held from   September 8-12, 2014   in   Bayreuth, Germany

Previous conferences in this series:

2013, June 3 - June 7
XXXII DYNAMICS DAYS Madrid, Spain
2012, Sep 2-Sept 7
XXXII DYNAMICS DAYS Gothenburg, Sweden
2011, Sep 12-Sept 16
XXXI DYNAMICS DAYS Oldenburg
2010, Sep 6-Sept 10
XXX DYNAMICS DAYS Bristol
2009, Aug 31-Sept 4
XXIX DYNAMICS DAYS Göttingen
2008, August 25-29
XXVIII DYNAMICS DAYS Delft
2007, July 9-13
XXVII DYNAMICS DAYS Loughborough
2006, Sept 25-29
XXVI DYNAMICS DAYS Crete
2005, July 25-28
XXV DYNAMICS DAYS
Berlin
2004, Sept 13-17
XXIV DYNAMICS DAYS
Palma de Mallorca
2003, Sept 24-27
XXIII DYNAMICS DAYS
Palma de Mallorca
2002, July 15-19
XXII DYNAMICS DAYS
Heidelberg
2001, June 5-8
XXI DYNAMICS DAYS
Dresden
2000, June 25-29
XX DYNAMICS DAYS
Guildford
1999, June 20-23
XIX DYNAMICS DAYS
Como
1998, June 28-July 1
XVIII DYNAMICS DAYS
Edinburgh
1997
(no DYNAMICS DAYS)
(not at Copenhagen)
1996, July 10-13
XVII DYNAMICS DAYS
ENS Lyon
1995, June 28-July 1
XVI DYNAMICS DAYS
ENS Lyon
1994, July 15-18
XV DYNAMICS DAYS
Budapest
1993, June 9-12
XIV DYNAMICS DAYS
Rydzyna
1992, June 10-13
XIII DYNAMICS DAYS
Rydzyna
1991, June 12-15
XII DYNAMICS DAYS
Berlin
1990, June 20-23
XI DYNAMICS DAYS
Düsseldorf
1989, June 7-10
X DYNAMICS DAYS
Düsseldorf
1988, June 15-18
IX DYNAMICS DAYS
Düsseldorf
1987, June 10-13
VIII DYNAMICS DAYS
Düsseldorf
1986, June 3-6
VII DYNAMICS DAYS
Twente
1985, June 4-7
VI DYNAMICS DAYS
Twente
1984, June 5-8
V DYNAMICS DAYS
Twente
1983, June 7-9
IV DYNAMICS DAYS
Twente
1982, May 25-26
III DYNAMICS DAYS
Twente
1981, April
II DYNAMICS DAYS
Twente
1980, April 15-16
I DYNAMICS DAYS
Twente

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Members of the Advisory Committee
  • Peter Ashwin (99-12) (secretary 02-08)
  • Roberto Artuso (98-12)
  • Julyan Cartwright (03-13)
  • Giulio Casati (98-12)
  • Hugues Chaté (09-12) (chair 12-13)
  • Predrag Cvitanovic (97-12) (secretary 97-02)
  • Johan Dubbeldam (08-11)
  • Ulrike Feudel (11-14)
  • Theo Geisel (97-13)
  • Celso Grebogi (06-13)
  • Mark Groves (07-10)
  • John Hogan (10-13)
  • Yuliya Kyrychko (10-13)
  • Bernhard Mehlig (12-15)
  • Oreste Piro (03-13)
  • Marko Robnik (09-12)
  • Eckehard Schöll (05-12)
  • Jens Starke (02-12) (chair-elect 12-13)
  • Tamas Tel (94-12)
  • Jürgen Vollmer (02-10) (secretary 08-10)
Former members
  • Preben Alstrom (appointed by EPS, 02-05)
  • John Brindley (97-01)
  • Sergio Ciliberto (95-01)
  • Pierre Coullet (02-05)
  • Dominique Delande (02-05)
  • Bruno Eckhardt (02-05)
  • Gert Eilenberger (87-99)
  • Pierre Gaspard (97-05)
  • Ray Goldstein (06-09)
  • Fritz Haake (97-05)
  • Holger Kantz (99-03)
  • Joachim Krug (05-08)
  • Marek Kus (02-08)
  • Claus Montonen (97-01)
  • Antti Niemi (97-01)
  • Petr Seba (05-08)
  • Georgios Tsironis (06-09)

Dynamics Days Europe Bylaws

(adopted 18th Sept 1998, updated 27th September 2002)
  1. The European Dynamics Days Advisory Committee consists of at most 20 members. For the years 2003, 2004 and 2005, this will include one member appointed by the EPS Division in Statistical and Nonlinear Physics.
  2. The Advisory Committee can appoint new members with two thirds majority; candidates are nominated by the members of the Committee.
  3. Membership term for the members of the Committee is for a period of three consecutive European Dynamics Days, ending at the end of the third. Extensions for consecutive periods are possible by two thirds majority vote from all members.
  4. The Committee appoints one of its members as secretary who is the central agency to organize communication among Committee members and to collect, validate, and file the results of its actions.
  5. The Advisory Committee solicits, evaluates and selects proposals for the coming Dynamics Days meetings. After a proposal for the next meeting is accepted, the local organizing committee runs the Dynamics Days program until completion of the meeting, drawing upon the Advisory Committee as well as any other members selected by the local organizing committee as the advisory board for the meeting.
  6. In evaluating a proposal, the Committee places special emphasis on securing support for order of 20 or so worthy participants with no other means of support (Eastern and Central Europe in particular).
  7. The title "European Dynamics Days", the final decision to appoint organizers for the meeting for any given year and other issues related to the continuation and existence of European Dynamics Days remain with the Committee, to be decided by simple majority of those answering the secretary's opinion poll.
  8. Giving away the title or terminating the Dynamics Days series requires two thirds majority of all Committee members.

Last edited July 16, 2014 by Jens Starke using most of the information unedited from a version maintained last in November 2008 by Jürgen Vollmer.