Workshop Information

Invited Lecturers

  • D. Arrowsmith, UK
  • S. Banerjee, India
  • A.J. Lawrance, UK
  • Qishao Lu, China
  • L. Kocarev, USA
  • M. Ogorzalek, Poland
  • W. Schwarz, Germany
  • G. Setti, Italy
  • M. Small, Hong Kong
  • L. Trajkovic, Canada
  • C.W. Wu, USA

Predicting Chaos

Inquiry and Contacts


8:00 am

Coffee and Refreshments

8:30 am

Chairman's Welcoming Address -- Guanrong Chen

Session 1: Modeling

Chair: Guanrong Chen
8:35 am

Statistical learning for time-series-based model building with applications in bio-medicine and chemistry
Maciej Ogorzalek, AGH University of Science and Technology, Poland

9:10 am

Chaotic Point Processes - Theory and Applications
Wolfgang Schwarz, Dresden University of Technology, Germany

9:45 am

Dynamics of discontinuous maps and their applications in analysing the dynamics of circuits
Soumitro Banerjee, Indian Institute of Technology, India

10:20 am

Coffee and Refreshments

Session 2: Communications

Chair: Francis Lau
10:45 am

Modeling TCP/RED: a dynamical approach
Ljiljana Trajkovic, Simon Fraser University, Canada

11:20 am

Why exact theory is necessary in chaos communications research
Anthony Lawrance, University of Warwick, UK

11:55 am

Data traffic, topology of networks and congestion
David Arrowsmith, Queen Mary, University of London, UK

12:30 pm

Lunch (included in registration)

Session 3: Chaotic Dynamics and Applications

Chair: Michael Small
1:55 pm

Public-key cryptography using chaotic maps
Ljupco Kocarev, UC San Diego, USA

2:30 pm

High throughput true random number generation based on chaotic maps
Gianluca Setti, University of Ferrara, Italy

3:05 pm

Bifurcation and synchronization in firing activities of coupled neural systems
Qishao Lu, Beijing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, China

3:40 pm

Coffee and Refreshments

Session 4: Network Analysis and Applications

Chair: Wallace Tang
4:05 pm

Synchronization and consensus in networks of systems with nonreciprocal coupling
Chai Wah Wu, IBM T. J. Watson Research Center, USA

4:40 pm

Complex network models of disease transmission: SARS in Hong Kong
Michael Small, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong

5:15 pm

Closing of technical program


6:30 pm


Bus Pickup for Banquet (see Social Events)


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