Texas Tech University's Dimitri Volchenkov, associate professor of applied mathematics.
Texas Tech to Co-Host Conference on Nonlinear Dynamics and Complexity
Mathematician Dimitri Volchenkov to Serve as Co-Chair.
Texas Tech University associate professor of applied mathematics, Dimitri Volchenkov, will serve as co-chair for the upcoming Conference on Nonlinear Dynamics and Complexity, an annual international series showcasing recent developments, discoveries and progresses on nonlinear science and complexities. The conference, which has been held annually since 2006, will take place virtually for the first time Nov. 23-25. Texas Tech is also a co-sponsor of the 2020 event.
"The Online Conference on Nonlinear Dynamics and Complexity comes from a long lineage that was the Nonlinear Science and Complexity (NSC) biannual conference," Volchenkov said. "Since its debut 12 years ago, NSC has been a recognized platform for cultivating collaboration in nonlinear dynamics and complexity science."
In addition to serving as co-chair, Volchenkov is also a featured speaker of the Plenary Talks lineup, and will provide a presentation entitled, 'How Structure Creates Force.'
Additionally, Volchenkov will be presented the G.M. Zaslavsky Award at the conference, which has been presented annually since 2010. The award specifically recognizes breakthrough achievements in nonlinear physical sciences. Volchenkov joined the Texas Tech Department of Mathematics & Statistics in 2017, and specializes in the field of data analysis, stochastic non-linear dynamics, and complexity and uncertainty in real-world systems.
The international conference is the largest of its kind in the Nonlinear Dynamics and Complexity community, featuring more than 250 participants, spanning 32 countries. Meanwhile, a lineup of 19 invited speakers, and eight Plenary Talks will take place over the course of the three-day event.
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