2012-06-12 to 15: 5th Chaotic Modeling and Simulation International Conference (CHAOS 2012), Athens, Greece




Prof. Christos H. Skiadas

Conference Chair

Email: skiadas@cmsim.net

Personal webpage: http://www.cmsim.net


Plenary and Keynote Talks of the Conference


Valentin V. Sokolov

Theory Department of the Budker Institute of Nuclear Physics, Acad. Lavrentiev prospect 11,

630090 Novosibirsk, Russia

 Chaotic interference versus decoherence: external noise, state mixing and quantum-classical correspondence


Dimitrios Sotiropoulos

Technical University of Crete

73100 Chania, Crete, Greece

Chaos in Language, Arts and Engineering


Ferdinand Verhulst

Institute of Mathematics, Utrecht, The Netherlands

Torus bifurcations and chaos


Mikhail V. Zakrzhevsky

Institute of Mechanics, Riga Technical University

Riga, Latvia

Bifurcation theory of nonlinear dynamical systems: The nature of Chaos and Homoclinics


The Conference includes three types of presentations


•Key Note Presentations on the main topics of the Conference selected by the Program Committee;

•Contributed papers or posters proposed by authors;

•Special Sessions proposed by people working in a special topic of the Chaotic field and accepted by the Program Committee

Every Special Session includes 4-6 presentations.


A collection of the best papers presented in the three previous CHAOS Conferences are included in the following books published by World Scientific


1. Topics on Chaotic Systems: Selected Papers from the CHAOS2008 International Conference, C. H. Skiadas et al. Eds, World Scientific, 2009.

2. Chaotic Systems: Theory and Applications, C. H. Skiadas and I. Dimotikalis, Eds, World Scientific, 2010.

3. Chaos Theory: Modeling, Simulation and Applications: Selected Papers from the CHAOS2010 International Conference, C. H. Skiadas et al. Eds, World Scientific, 2011.


Conference Topics (http://www.cmsim.org/topicssessions.html )


1. Chaos and Nonlinear Dynamics

2. Stochastic Chaos

3. Chemical Chaos

4. Data Analysis and  Chaos

5. Hydrodynamics, Turbulence and Plasmas

6. Optics and Chaos

7. Chaotic Oscillations and Circuits

8. Chaos in Climate Dynamics

9. Geophysical Flows

10. Biology and Chaos

11. Neurophysiology and Chaos

12. Hamiltonian systems

13. Chaos in Astronomy and Astrophysics

14. Chaos and Solitons

15. Micro- and Nano- Electro-Mechanical Systems

16. Neural Networks

17. Chaos, Ecology and Economy

18. Algorithmic Music Composition

19. Chaos in Language