Nonlinear Maps and Their Applications (NOMA-2017)
(June 28–30, 2017, Nizhnii Novgorod)

Nonlinear Maps and Their Applications (NOMA-2017)

Regular European Workshops "Nonlinear Maps and Their Applications" (NOMA) are held biannually in those European Universities where successful researchers in the area of nonlinear maps and their applications work.

In far 1973 year French scientist Cristian Mira organized Colloquium "Point Mappings and Applications" in the University of Toulouse, where he worked.

According to C.Mira, his mathematical preferences were formed under the influence of works of the founder of the Nizhni Novgorod school of nonlinear oscillations A.A. Andronov. In 2001, the Conference "Progress in Nonlinear Science" dedicated to 100-th anniversary of A.A. Andronov was held in the Nizhni Novgorod State University. More, than 300 participants shared their achievements with colleagues in the framework of 3 Sections ("Mathematical Problems of Nonlinear Dynamics", "Boundaries of Nonlinear Physics", "Nonlinear Oscillations, Control and Information").

Today with great respect we remember also scientists of previous generations of the Nizhni Novgorod School, among them are mathematicians E.A. Leontovich, N.N. Bautin, A.G. Mayer, Yu.I. Neimark, L.N. Belyustina, L.P. Shil’nikov (the Conference "Dynamics, Bifurcations and Strange Attractors" dedicated to 80-th anniversary of L.P. Shil’nikov was held in Nizhni Novgorod in 2015), N.F. Otrokov, M.V. Dolov.

The idea of the regular European Workshops "Nonlinear Maps and Their Applications" belongs to Japanese scientists T.Ueta, Y.Nishio and French scientist D.Fournier-Prunaret. The first Conference NOMA was held in Toulouse in 2007.

In 2017 the Steklov Mathematical Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences and the Institute of Information Technologies, Mathematics and Mechanics of the National Research Nizhni Novgorod State University take up the torch to hold the 6-th European Workshop NOMA-2017.

The main goal of this Conference is to bring together researchers from theoretical and applied areas who are pioneering in the investigation of nonlinear discrete dynamical systems.




Scientific, Programm Committee
Treschev Dmitry Valerevich (Chairman)
Efremova Lyudmila Sergeevna (Vice-chairman)
Nekorkin Vladimir Isaakovicih (Vice-chairman)
Balibrea Fransisco
Fournier-Prunaret Daniele
Gardini Laura
Gracio Maria Clara
Lopez-Ruiz Ricardo
Malkin Mikhail Iosifovich
Nishio Yoshifumi
Stepin Anatolii Mikhailovich

Organizing Committee
Gergel' Victor Pavlovich (Chairman)
Balandin Dmitrii Vladimirovich (Vice-chairman)
Efremova Lyudmila Sergeevna (Vice-chairman)
Bel'mesova Svetlana Sergeevna
Fil'chenkov Andrei Sergeevich
Makhrova Elena Nikolaevna
Malkin Mikhail Iosifovich
Malkina Elena Vladislavovna
Sakbaev Vsevolod Zhanovich
Vaniukova Ksenia Sergeevna

Steklov Mathematical Institute of Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow
Institute of Informational Technologies, Mathematics and Mechanics, Lobachevsky State University of Nizhny Novgorod

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