Regensburg 2019 – wissenschaftliches Programm

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DY: Fachverband Dynamik und Statistische Physik

DY 31: Nonlinear Dynamics, Synchronization and Chaos

Mittwoch, 3. April 2019, 10:00–13:15, H20

10:00 DY 31.1 Scale-dependent Error Growth in Multi-hierarchical Systems — •Jonathan Brisch and Holger Kantz
10:15 DY 31.2 Separation of scales in a hierarchical heteroclinic network — •Maximilian Voit and Hildegard Meyer-Ortmanns
10:30 DY 31.3 Memory induced slow-fast chaotic dynamics in a Chua circuit — •Tom Birkoben, Moritz Drangmeister, Finn Zahari, Serhiy Yanchuk, Philipp Hövel, and Hermann Kohlstedt
10:45 DY 31.4 Application of Machine Learning Methods to Problems in Transition State Theory — •Tobias Mielich and Jörg Main
11:00 DY 31.5 Harmonic Oscillator Interacting with Random Ising Spins — •Paul Zech and Günter Radons
11:15 DY 31.6 Resonant Doppler effect from delayed feedback leads to multistability and generalized laminar chaos — •Andreas Otto, David Müller, and Günter Radons
  11:30 15 min. break
11:45 DY 31.7 Temperature dependence of butterfly effect in a classical many-body system — •Thomas Bilitewski, Subhro Bhattacharjee, and Roderich Moessner
12:00 DY 31.8 Bifurcation scenarios in ensembles of two-dimensional excitatory units with global repulsive coupling — •Robert Ronge and Michael Zaks
12:15 DY 31.9 Synchronization of excitable oscillators by matrix-mediated viscoelastic coupling — •Florian Spreckelsen, Stefan Luther, and Ulrich Parlitz
12:30 DY 31.10 Divergence of predictive model output as indication of phase transitions — •Frank Schäfer and Niels Lörch
12:45 DY 31.11 Correlations and hyperuniformity in the avalanche size of the Oslo model — •Rosalba Garcia-Millan, Gunnar Pruessner, Luke Pickering, and Kim Christensen
13:00 DY 31.12 Field-theoretic approach to the universality of branching processes — •Johannes Pausch, Rosalba Garcia-Millan, Benjamin Walter, and Gunnar Pruessner
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