The 35th edition of Dynamics Days US conference will be held in Durham in January, organized by Triangle university representatives from departments of Physics, Mathematics, and Engineering. The members of the organizing committee are Physics Profs. Robert Behringer, Daniel Gauthier, and Joshua Socolar, Pratt Prof. Lawrence Virigin, Math Prof. Tom Witelski, Physics researcher Otti D’Huys and Physics graduate student Nicholas Haynes from Duke University, Math Prof. Peter Mucha and Math Prof. Chris Jones from UNC-Chapel Hill, and Physics Prof. Karen Daniels from NC State University.
Dynamics Days US is an international conference with a long tradition. It has a broad interdisciplinary focus on nonlinear dynamics in mathematics, biology, chemistry, physics, and engineering. The conference will take place at the Durham Convention Center, on January 7-10, 2016. More information can be found at the conference web page here.