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


Graduation of Joey Dumont and Jean-Gabriel Young

It is with pride that we announce that Joey Dumont and Jean-Gabriel Young have submitted for evaluation their master’s theses entitled "On the Modelization of Optical Devices: From Dielectric Cavities to Radiating...[more]

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ICTON 2014, Graz, Austria

Last July, the latest research of our group was presented by L. J. Dubé at the 16th International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks in Graz, Austria. The proceedings of the invited talk, titled Adding SALT to Coupled...[more]

Category: Conferences


Network Division Honored at NetSci2014

Last month, our Network division went to Berkeley, California to take part in the 9th International School and Conference on Network Science. Jean-Gabriel Young and Laurent Hébert-Dufresne presented their lastest work.  The...[more]

Category: Conferences


New photonics paper to appear in J. Opt. Soc. Am B

The latest contribution of the Photonics section, entitled Ab initio investigation of lasing thresholds in photonic molecules, will be published in the August issue of J. Opt. Soc. Am B. In it, Denis Gagnon studies the...[more]

Category: Publications


Second Edition of the Symposium Numerica

April 24th saw the second edition of our now traditional Symposium Numerica, a pedagogical activity held as part of the Numerical Physics course. Near the end of the semester, students are given a project and are tasked with...[more]

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