Dynamical Systems at the 2008 SIAM Annual Meeting

Dynamical Systems at the 2008 SIAM Annual Meeting

The 2008 SIAM Annual Meeting was held from July 7-11 at the Town and Country Resort Hotel and Convention Center in San Diego, California. Here are some reflections on this conference that Jeff Moehlis has written to share with members of SIAG/DS and the dynamical systems community at large.

<a href="http://www.nsf.gov/publications/pub_summ.jsp?ods_key=nsf08079" target="external">NSF Dear Colleague Letter</a>

NSF Dear Colleague Letter

A "Dear Colleague Letter" has been issued by the National Science Foundation for proposal addressing crosscutting topics in theory and application of dynamical systems. It is sponsored jointly by the ENG/CMMI/Dynamical Systems and the MPS/DMS/Applied Mathematics program, with the intention to stimulate interest in special topics in Dynamical Systems.

Complex Networks in Biology and Engineering:
From Principles to Applications

Complex Networks in Biology and Engineering: From Principles to Applications

A joint Israel-Italy workshop on complex networks led to fruitful multi-country and multi-disciplinary discussions.

Books in Brief

Books in Brief

Books which caught our attention

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Review a book for Dynamical Systems Magazine!

Select a book from our list of recent titles, and we will send you a complimentary copy. If you already know a book you would like to review, please contact the book review editor.

Dynamical Systems and Climate: Opportunities for Involvement

Dynamical Systems and Climate: Opportunities for Involvement

Mary Lou Zeeman describes the state of dynamical systems activities and opportunities in the field of Climate dynamics and modeling. This article is a follow up to Zeeman's May 2008 article Climate Math in San Diego.

Mathematics and Arts in Leeuwarden

Mathematics and Arts in Leeuwarden

The eleventh annual Bridges conference on Mathematics and the Arts took place in Leeuwarden, the Netherlands, July 24-28, 2008. Bernd Krauskopf (University of Bristol, UK) gives a personal account of what this conference is all about and what it has to do with dynamical systems.

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