Invited speakers deliver lecture courses in the form of a series of one or more lectures. Individual lectures take 60 minutes, including questions and discussion. The level at the beginning of each course is adapted to the senior undergraduate students and graduate students, whilst the closing of the series of lectures (the last third or so) is typically at the conference level. The last part contains the most recent research results, comprehensible to the majority of the audience and subject to the discussion among the attending invited speakers, experts and specialists.

This is a list of the 74 invited lectures with links to their abstracts:

- Yoji Aizawa
(Waseda University, Japan)
**2 lectures**- On the Weibull distribution appeared in chaotic systems:
- 1. Hamiltonian systems
- 2. Time dependent non-stationary chaotic map
- 3. A model of financial market

- Oriol Bohigas
(Université Paris-Sud, France)
**2 lectures**- Quantum chaos: Universal versus system-specific fluctuations

- Tassos Bountis
(University of Patras, Greece)
**3 lectures**- 1. Soliton-like solutions of higher order wave equations of the KdV type
- 2. and 3. Localized oscillations in 1-dimensional nonlinear media and homoclinic orbits of invertible maps

- Giulio Casati
(Università degli Studi dell'Insubria, Italy)
**2 lectures**- Efficient quantum computing of complex dynamics

- Mirjam Cvetic
(University of Pennsylvania, USA)
**public evening lecture**(13 July at 21:00)- M-theory and particle physics

- Predrag Cvitanovic´
(Georgia Institute of Technology, USA)
**5 lectures**- 1. Chaos and what to do about it: An overview
- 2. Dynamics, qualitative
- 3. Global dynamics
- 4. Cycle expansions: Semiclassical quantum mechanics
- 5. Trace formulas for stochastic evolution operators

- Till Frank
(Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
**1 lecture**- Relaxation dynamics described by nonlinear Fokker-Planck equations: applications to human movement sciences

- Hirokazu Fujisaka
(Kyoto University, Japan)
**2 lectures**- 1. Generalized extended self-similarity in turbulence and its scaling hypothesis
- 2. Noise-induced pattern dynamics and intermittency

- Pierre Gaspard
(Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium)
**2 lectures**- Hamiltonian chaos and statistical mechanics

- Igor Grabec
(University of Ljubljana, Slovenia)
**1 lecture**- Experimental modeling of chaotic fields

- Siegfried Großmann
(Philipps-Universität Marburg, Germany)
**3 lectures**- 1. Turbulent diffusion
- 2. Turbulent correlation decay
- 3. Turbulent heat convection

- Fritz Haake
(Universität Essen, Germany)
**3 lectures**- 1. Introduction to decoherence
- 2. Emergence of classical behavior in the macroworld: meso- and macroscopic superpositions
- 3. Quantum measurement

- Hermann Haken
(Universität Stuttgart, Germany)
**5 lectures**- Brain dynamics:
- 1. Some basic facts about the brain
- 2. Some forms of integrate and fire models
- 3. Phase locking
- 4. Associative memory
- 5. Activity patterns

- Hiroshi Hasegawa
(Nihon University, Japan)
**1 lecture**- Intermediate quantum-level statistics by means of quaternion representation of distributions

- Yoshiki Kuramoto
(Kyoto University, Japan)
**2 lectures**- 1. Dynamics of nonlocally coupled oscillators I
- 2. Dynamics of nonlocally coupled oscillators II

- Jacques Laskar
(IMC-CNRS, France)
**2 lectures**- Frequency Map Analysis, theory and practice

- Mitsugu Matsushita
(Chuo University, Japan)
**2 lectures**- 1. Dynamics and structure of granular flow through a vertical pipe
- 2. Pattern formation in bacterial colonies

- Peter V.E. McClintock
(Lancaster University, United Kingdom)
**2 lectures**- 1. Optimal fluctuations and the control of chaos
- 2. Quantized turbulence

- Erik Mosekilde
(Technical University of Denmark, Denmark)
**2 lectures**- 1. Synchronization phenomena in the kidney
- 2. Chaotic synchronization of time-continuous oscillators

- Katsuhiro Nakamura
(Osaka City University, Japan)
**1 lecture**- Quantum transport in chaotic quantum dots: orbit bifurcations, Arnold diffusion and fractals

- Dusan Pagon
(University of Maribor, Slovenia)
**1 lecture**- Some classes of self-similar planar fractals

- Jean-Louis Pichard
(CEA-Saclay, France)
**3 lectures**- From independent particle towards collective motion in a few electron lattice model with Coulomb repulsion

- Peter Prelovsek
(University of Ljubljana, Slovenia)
**1 lecture**- Transport of strongly correlated electrons

- Tomaz Prosen
(University of Ljubljana, Slovenia)
**3 lectures**- 1. and 2. Stability of quantum motion and correlation decay I & II
- 3. Chaotic resonances in quantum many-body dynamics

- Marko Robnik
(CAMTP, University of Maribor, Slovenia)
**1 lecture**- Introduction to quantum chaos of generic Hamiltonian systems

- Valery Romanovski
(CAMTP, University of Maribor, Slovenia)
**1 lecture**- Introduction to computational algebra

- Michael Rosenblum
(Potsdam University, Germany)
**1 lecture**- Synchronization of irregular oscillators: from theory to data analysis

- Andreas Ruffing
(Munich University of Technology, Germany)
**1 lecture**- Ladder operators and moment problems

- Holger Schmid-Schönbein
(University Hospital of the Technical University Aachen, Germany)
**2 lectures**- 1. Adaptivity or chaoticity of strongly driven natural multiphase systems?
- 2. Self-limiting passive discharge followed by transfer blockade

- Jörg Schumacher
(Philipps-Universität Marburg, Germany)
**1 lecture**- Clustering of passive tracers in free-surface flows

- Thomas H. Seligman
(Centro Internacional de Ciencias, Mexico)
**2 lectures**- Chaos, integrability, entanglement and decoherence

- Akira Shudo
(Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan)
**1 lecture**- Quantum chaos in the mixed phase space and the Julia set

- Michael Sonis
(Bar-Ilan University, Israel)
**1 lecture**- Complication of linear spatial socio-economies

- Aneta Stefanovska
(University of Ljubljana, Slovenia)
**2 lectures**- 1. Determinism and noise in cardiovascular dynamics
- 2. Interactions in the cardiovascular system

- Hans-Jürgen Stöckmann
(Philipps-Universität Marburg, Germany)
**2 lectures**- Microwave experiments in chaotic and disordered systems:
- 1. The random-superposition-of-plane-waves approach
- 2. Open microwave billiards as scattering systems

- Gregor Tanner
(University of Nottingham, United Kingdom)
**2 lectures**- 1. Quantum chaos on graphs
- 2. Classical and quantum spectra of intermittent dynamics

- Peter A. Tass
(Research Centre Jülich, Germany)
**2 lectures**- 1. Development of demand-controlled deep brain stimulation-techniques based on stochastic phase resetting
- 2. Synchronization tomography and phase resetting tomography

- Jacobus P. van der Weele
(University of Twente, The Netherlands)
**2 lectures**- Clustering in granular gas:
- 1. Birth and sudden death of a cluster
- 2. David vs. Goliath and other competitive effects

- Michael Wilkinson
(Open University, England, United Kingdom)
**2 lectures**- Dissipation

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Last modified: 8 July 2002
by Igor Mozetic |