- Toyota Central Research and Development Lab, Japan
The workshop is organized by the Technical University of Denmark (DTU) with organizers Jens Starke (DTU), Viktor Jirsa (CNRS) and Thomas Brenner (University of Marburg) in cooperation with Toyota Central R&D Labs. (TCRDL). This is the third workshop in a series. The first Toyota workshop was organized in 2006 in Denmark, the second in 2007 in Austria. The workshop concentrates on mathematics itself, neuro-science and economics. The invited talks should address these topics either directly or should discuss methods with potential applications. The workshop intends to bring together experts from theory and experiments/practice to provide in a close circle a platform for fruitful discussions and also possible cooperations. Program: Takahiro Shiga (Toyota CRDL, Japan): "Math for better Mobility", Gemma Calvert (Warwick, UK): "The application of cognitive neuroscience techniques to industry", Jonathan Rubin (Pittsburgh, USA): "Some insights into central pattern generator activity patterns", Giulio Bottazzi (Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna, Pisa, Italy): "Market Equilibria under Procedural Rationality", Hans Georg Bock (University of Heidelberg, Germany): "Efficient Methods for Parameter Estimation and Optimum Experimental Design for Dynamic Processes", James Lu (Austrian Academy of Sciences, Linz, Austria): "Inverse bifurcation analysis with sparsity-promoting regularization", Olivier Oullier (Marseille, France): "Non-equivalence between levels of description in social neuroeconomics", Yuri Gaididei (Kiev, Ukraine): "Complex spatiotemporal behavior in driven asymmetrically coupled nonlinear elements", Ioannis Kevrekidis (Princeton, USA): "Coarse graining and the acceleration of agent/network based computations", Mario Maggioni (Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Italy): "Modelling firms clusters learning mechanism and transaction costs”, Reinoud Bootsma (Marseille, France): "Information and dynamics in goal-directed action", Mads P. Sørensen (Technical University of Denmark): "Stochastic and coherent dynamics of single and coupled beta cells", Gustavo Deco (Barcelona, Spain): "Stochastic dynamics as a principle of perception", Edriss S. Titi (University of California, Irvine and Weizmann, USA): "Turbulence - a Paradigm of Complex System".
|Period||15/10/08 → 17/10/08|
|Financing source||Sam.arb.aftaler - Udenlandske offentlige og private|
|Research programme||Sam.arb.aftaler - Udenlandske offentlige og private|
|Amount||415,335.00 Danish kroner|