Dynamica, a research group dedicated to the understanding of the Dynamics of Complex Systems...

...because the world is complex and ever changing.

There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio,
that are dreamt of in your philosophy.
HAMLET (act 1, scene 5)

All stable processes, we shall predict.
All unstable processes, we shall control.
John von NEUMANN (1903-1957)

You must have chaos within you
to give birth to a dancing star.
Friedrich NIETZSCHE (1844-1900)

Upon the wings of a butterfly,
Order and Chaos will forever lie.

Latest news


Member receives a Ph.D. scholarship of excellence from Sentinel North

Charles Murphy has received Ph.D. scholarship from the Sentinel North program. This scholarship is devoted to support " outstanding students who have excellent academic records and research proposals with innovative,...[more]

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Jean-Gabriel Young has joined the Centre for the Study of Complex Systems

Jean-Gabriel YOUNG goes south!  The long expected departure of one of the pillars of Dynamica for a region south of the border seems to be official according to the recent news from the College of Literature,...[more]

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Paper published in Phys. Rev. B

The latest contribution of the Photonics section is available in the May issue of Physical Review B. The paper entitled "Femtosecond self-reconfiguration of laser-induced plasma patterns in dielectrics"...[more]

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Habemus Magister

It is always a pleasure to acknowledge the continuing success of one of the members of Dynamica. Charles Murphy has completed the requirements for his M.Sc. degree. His master thesis, with the  unmistakable title of “De la...[more]

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Dynamica welcomes a research intern this summer

Béatrice Désy (BD), an undergraduate student in Physics at Laval University, will join the Network division this summer. Part of her venture will be the study of co-occurrence patterns in complex ecological networks, in the...[more]

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