- Synergetic approach to self-organizing systems
- Discrete versus continuous representation of dynamical systems
- Mathematical background
- Physical background
- Classical and quantum Hamiltonian systems
- Dissipative systems
- Ergodic theory
- Open systems
- Information dynamics
- Fractal structures - geometry of chaos
- Quantum aspects of classsical chaotic systems (quantum chaos)
- Qualitative and quantitative analysis of time series
- Modelling and simulation of system dynamics
- Qualitative modelling - problems and perspectives

- Classical Hamiltonian nonlinear dynamics
- Chaos in celestial mechanics and stellar dynamics
- Chaos in the Solar System dynamics
- Dynamics of dissipative systems
- Fluid dynamics: Theory of turbulence
- Cellular automata
- Quantum physics: Quantum chaos
- Atomic and molecular physics
- Semiclassical mechanics
- Periodic orbit theory (Gutzwiller approach)
- Random matrix theories
- Mesoscopic systems (microstructures, quantum dots)
- Microwave cavities and wave chaos

- Structural and dynamical stability
- Control of chaos in mechanical systems
- Electrical circuits
- Neural networks and neural computers
- Chemical reactions
- Mesoscopic solid state systems

- EEG
- Brain functioning
- ECG
- Blood flow (revealing oscillators)
- Modelling of complex biological and physiological systems
- Turing structures
- Pattern formation

- Evolutionary economics, macroeconomic cycles
- Stock market dynamics
- Financial systems
- Sociological aspects of economical structures and developments

Last modified: 14 January 2005
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