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The seminar will take place online via zoom and ER 164 (in hybrid format) on Wednesdays at 12:15 - 13:00.
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The first seminar will take place on October 20st at 12:15.
Credit points: Those who want to give a talk on the selected topic and receive credit points must register for the seminar on SAP before the talk.
Seminar: Patterns of dynamics in complex networks - Winter Term 2021/22
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LV-Nr. 3233 L 611 Nichtlineare Dynamik in komplexen Netzwerken
Time: Wednesday 12:15
Begin: 20.10.2021 Durch den Besuch der Veranstaltung mit Vortrag und Ausarbeitung können 4 ECTS Punkte erworben werden.
The seminar offers perspectives on our current research in the field of Nonlinear Dynamics in Complex Networks. The seminar is particularly suitable for BSc and MSc students looking for a final project. Students, who want to obtain a Seminarschein, are welcome as well.
This semester, we focus on patterns of dynamics in complex
networks. Complex dynamical patterns arise in nonlinear systems of
different nature and have applications in various fields of research.
The proposed topics range from partial synchronization patterns and
phase transitions to resonance phenomena and time-delay effects. The
applications of considered topics include neural and brain systems,
optical systems and power grid networks,
memristors and machine learning.
Schedule and Organization: If you are interested in a particular topic, please contact one of the advisors.Final assignment of the topics will be done on 20.10.2021.
||Speaker ||Advisor |
||20.10.2021 ||Introduction and
organization ||A. Mandel-Zakharova and
Leonhard Schülen |
|@ ||27.10.2021 ||The solitary route
to chimeras ||Leonhard Schülen |
||Feedback-driven optically-addressed spatial light
modulators ||Vladimir Semenov |
||Transmission time delays organize the brain network
synchronization ||Ben Böbel |
|• ||17.11.2021 ||Braess's paradox
in oscillator networks, desynchronization and power outage
||Julian Stürmer |
||24.11.2021 ||Array enhanced Stochastic Resonance and
Spatiotemporal synchronization ||Jonah Friedrich
||Interlayer Hebbian plasticity induces first-order transition in
multiplex networks ||Leonhard Schülen |
|• ||08.12.2021 ||Impact of
noise on the existence of chimera and solitary states in networks of
nonlocally coupled maps ||Elena Rybalova (Saratov
||15.12.2021 ||Neuron: Nonlinear dynamical models and
machine learning concept ||Moritz Alkofer
||Interlayer synchronization in networks of coupled
oscillators under the influence of multiplexing noise
||Iwan Thomas Phillips|
|• ||12.01.2022 ||State-dependent
vulnerability of synchronization in ecological
(University of Oldenburg)
||19.01.2022 ||Non-reciprocal phase
transitions ||Tim Zemlin ||LS |
|• ||26.01.2022 ||Next generation
neural mass models ||Halgurd Taher |
||02.02.2022 ||Oscillators with long-delay feedback:
Spatio-temporal representation, pattern formation and
applications ||Vladimir Semenov |
|• ||09.02.2022 ||Self-organized
criticality in regular networks ||Max Contreras
Talks marked by • are suitable for students who want to obtain a “Seminarschein”.
AZ Prof. Dr. Anna
Mandel-Zakharova, PhD 
BB Ben Böbel
JS Julian Stürmer
JF Jonah Friedirch
LS Leonhard Schülen
LR Leander Rolef
VS Vladimir Semenov