[Om] Invitation CHAOS2018 in Rome Italy

Secretariat at cmsim.de Secretariat at cmsim.de
Sun Jan 14 02:06:06 CET 2018

Dear Colleague, 

You are kindly invited to participate and to submit an Abstract, Paper,
Invited Talk and/or an Invited Session (3-6 papers) to the forthcoming
Nonlinear Systems Conference titled:  11th Chaotic Modeling and Simulation
International Conference (CHAOS2018, 5-8 June 2018, Sapienza University of
Rome, Italy). The submissions page is now open.


You are also invited to contribute to the New Edited Book (Springer
Publisher) on “Fractional Dynamics and Anomalous Transport in Plasma
Science”. See below for more details


Chaos theory is developed rapidly the last decades. With CHAOS2018
International Conference we celebrate 11 years of active presence in the
field via the annual conference, the proceedings and publications in books
and the CMSIM Journal (www.cmsim.eu ).


Many thanks to the Honorary Committee (Professors Florentino Borondo
Rodríguez, Giovanni Gallavotti, Gennady A. Leonov, Gheorghe Mateescu, Yves
Pomeau, David Ruelle and Ferdinand Verhulst) and the Scientific Committee
for their support.


For more information please visit the conference website at: www.cmsim.org
or send email to  <mailto:Secretariat at cmsim1.org> Secretariat at cmsim1.org .


Looking forward to welcome you in Rome for the Conference,


Prof. Christos H Skiadas, Conference Co-Chair



You are invited to contribute to the New Edited Book (Springer Publisher)


Title: Fractional Dynamics and Anomalous Transport in Plasma Science

Editor: C.H. Skiadas

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This book presents a historical view of the development of the plasma theory
and the related experimental discoveries. It focuses on the application of
non-differentiable random walk theory such as the fractional Fokker-Planck
equation derived in the non-Markov random process to anomalous transport in
low-temperature plasmas and magnetically confined fusion plasmas. The
mathematics for anomalous transport by fractional diffusion has been used in
many fields and the authors apply this new non-equilibrium statistical
approach to a variety of plasma phenomena and compare it with related
experiments. Applications of several aspects of plasma nonlinearities are
also examined and analyzed along with important stochastic-probabilistic
cases. Diffusion cases are modeled by introducing the appropriate
Fokker-Planck equation forms for some stochastic processes. The plasma cases
studied are presented with several illustrations along with the appropriate
experiment’s mechanisms.  The book provides an overview of and new insights
into recent developments in the statistics of charged particle motion.


Discusses new insights into both historical and contemporary developments of
plasma theory

Includes a theoretical and experimental analysis of plasma instabilities

Presents various important plasma experiments and applications along with
interesting illustrations



I am also happy to introduce two new 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 CHAOS2015 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, 934 pages, June 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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