[Om] Information and Abstract/Paper deadline extension, 9th CHAOS2016 International Conference in Senate House, University of London (23-26 May 2016)

Secretar at cmsim.de Secretar at cmsim.de
Mon Apr 11 09:35:19 CEST 2016


Dear Colleague,


Following the Abstract/Paper deadline extension to Friday 15 April 2016
please note the following details for the

9th CHAOS2016 International Conference in Senate House, University of London
(23-26 May 2016, www.cmsim.org ):


1.     Abstracts, extended abstracts or regular papers/posters (8-12 pages)
should be submitted no later than 15 April 2016.

2.     After the deadline Papers can be sent to the secretariat (
<mailto:Secretariat at cmsim1.org> Secretariat at cmsim1.org) until 1 month after
the presentation in the Conference.

3.     The Conference venue is in Senate House, University of London (see
at: http://www.cmsim.org/venue2016accommodation.html ).

4.     For accommodation information and related maps go to:
http://www.cmsim.org/venue2016accommodation.html  and click at Hotels in
London near Senate House

5.     Please download fill and return to  <mailto:Secretariat at cmsim1.org>
Secretariat at cmsim1.org the Conference Registration Form at:

6.     You can see and download the CHAOS2015 Conference Proceedings at:

7.    The half-day excursion is scheduled to a visit of the classical Oxford

8.      The full-day excursion is in the William Shakespeare's birthplace,
Stratford Upon Avon & the Warwick Castle. 2016 commemorates 400 years since
the death of William Shakespeare

9.     The General Assembly is scheduled along with special section meetings

10.  The new published Handbook of Applications of Chaos Theory will be


Looking forward to see you in London for the conference,


For the CHAOS2016 Committee,


Prof. Christos H Skiadas

CMSIM Co-Chair

Email: skiadas at cmsim.net 

Web: www.cmsim.net 



I am also happy to introduce two forthcoming books on Chaos and Nonlinear
Dynamics contributed mainly from the CHAOS Conferences participants.


1. "The Foundations of Chaos Revisited: From Poincaré to Recent
Advancements" (Christos Skiadas, Ed., Springer, May 2016). The book flyer
and other information is at: http://www.springer.com/gp/book/9783319296999.
The book is an outcome of the last year meeting in Henri Poincaré Institute
in Paris (www.cmsim.org ). Some of the main contributors of chaos theory add
important value to the book (David Ruelle, Ferdinand Verhulst, Giovanni
Gallavotti, Pierre Coullet, Yves Pomeau, James A. Yorke, Alexander Ramm, ...


2.  " Handbook of Applications of Chaos Theory" (C. H. Skiadas & C. Skiadas,
Eds, CRC/Taylor&Francis, 920 pages, May 2016)
iadas/9781466590434 .

This book is a joint work of a large scientific group all over the world
covering a considerable part of the recent chaotic literature and related





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