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

21.10.2013

2013 James S. McDonnell Foundation Postdoctoral Fellowship Awards in Studying Complex Systems

Laurent H├ębert-Dufresne (LSD) is one of the 10 recipients of this year  2013 JSMF Fellowships.  The post-doctoral award comes with a small (!) stipend at the level of $200 000 US for 2 years. We congratulate LSD...[more]

Category: News

11.07.2013

Our Networks division makes its way to Nature!

A new paper entitled Global Efficiency of Local Immunization on Complex Networks, has been published by our Networks division. To appear in Scientic Reports, it deals with the importance of local measures to properly...[more]

Category: Publications

19.06.2013

New paper in Opt. Lett.

A new paper, penned by Denis Gagnon, is set to appear in the July issue of Opt. Lett. Both the arXiv preprint and the full text are available from the Publications page.[more]

Category: Publications

15.05.2013

NetSci 2013

Copenhagen, capital city of Denmark, will be host to the 8th International School and Conference on Network Science, or NetSci 2013. Our Networks division will be contributing a talk and two poster presentations. Laurent...[more]

Category: Conferences

13.05.2013

ICTON 2013

In the latter part of the month of June, Joey Dumont and Denis Gagnon will present their latest research at the 15th International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks. Their respective oral presentations, S and Q Matrices...[more]

Category: Conferences

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