Editorial: Changes

Editorial: Changes

Mason introduces some new and upcoming features in DSWeb, and he gives his potentially controversial opinions about open-access publishing.


Dynamics Days 2016 conference report

Dynamics Days 2016 conference report

Report from the thirty-fifth Dynamics Days Conference.

Number 16, the last one

Number 16, the last one

Peter van Heijster, the outgoing portal-editor-in-chief of your favorite website, says good-bye!

Report on Telluride Workshop on Thermodynamics and Nonlinear Dynamics in the Information Age

Report on Telluride Workshop on Thermodynamics and Nonlinear Dynamics in the Information Age

Korana Burke summarizes the interdisciplinary Workshop on Thermodynamics and Nonlinear Dynamics in the Information Age.

Report on Conference on Complex Systems 2015

Report on Conference on Complex Systems 2015

Alec Boyd reports on the Conference on Complex Systems 2015 (CCS’15).

Report on Dynamics Days Europe

Report on Dynamics Days Europe

Graduate student Alejandro Martinez gives his impressions on Dynamics Days Europe 2015.

SIAG/DS elections: Please vote by December 2

SIAG/DS elections: Please vote by December 2

Members of SIAG/DS have the opportunity and responsibility to select new leaders every two years. This year’s election is going on now and will be open until December 2.

Snowbird 2015: The Year of the Network

Snowbird 2015: The Year of the Network

A brief overview of another great Snowbird conference.

Red Sock Awards Recognize Best Snowbird Posters

Red Sock Awards Recognize Best Snowbird Posters

Four students were presented with the Red Sock Award for the best poster presentations at May’s Conference on Dynamical Systems. Along with a red sock, each awardee received a $100 prize. We invited the winners to tell us about themselves and their award-winning work.

Snowbird Meeting Turns Chaotic

Snowbird Meeting Turns Chaotic

At the recent SIAM Conference on Dynamical Systems, several hundred attendees attempted to replicate an excitable system by organizing into a human spiral wave. Georgia Tech graduate student Andrea Welsh, who helped to direct the efforts, reports on the results of the experiment, including a video of the event.

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