The study of Nonlinear Systems has emerged as a major area of interdisciplinary research. In recent years, significant advancement has been made in many areas of applied mathematics related to Nonlinear Systems, including applications of mathematical modelling, computations and analysis. The conference on Nonlinear Systems (CNLS) is intended to provide a widely selected forum among scientists to exchange ideas, methods, and techniques in the fields of Nonlinear Systems and their applications in physics, chemistry, biology, economics and engineering. Interdisciplinary aspects of the subject will be emphasized, as well as the interaction between computation, theory and applications. Participants from many countries are invited with a wide range of plenary talk topics and many interesting special sessions consisting of regular presentations. Volunteers to organize special sessions are now being requested. Interested persons please contact the organizers.
CNLS (June 18 - June 22, 2013) succeeds the Nonlinear waves, theory and applications conference in Beijing, China.
During the three weeks of Summer School (May 27 - June 14, 2013) we aim to give participants an idea of advanced mathematical and computational methods in nonlinear (systems) of (partial) differential equations, as well as some current research areas where these methods are being further developed and applied. The detail programs of the summer school can be found here.
The conference in Nonlinear Systems and summer school, Kathmandu, Nepal (CNLS-2013) is hosted by the Central Department of Mathematics, Tribhuvan University Nepal.