Mathematical methods in complex systems : International Toyota CRDL Workshop

  • Starke, Jens (Project Participant)

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    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".
    Effective start/end date15/10/200817/10/2008


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