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

07.05.2016

Member to attend "Complex networks: theory, methods, and applications (2nd ed.)"

Yours truly (Jean-Gabriel Young) will represent Dynamica at the summer school "Complex networks: theory, methods, and applications (2nd ed.)". The school, which will takes place at the beautiful Villa Grumello...[more]

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11.04.2016

End of semester Colloquia

As is now tradition, Dynamica will hold two Colloquia at the end of the winter semester. On Monday, April 11th, Edward Laurence will present his master thesis, entitled "Étude des systèmes complexes, des réseaux...[more]


16.03.2016

Video: Outstanding Graduate Faculty Mentor Award

Back in December, our group leader, Pr. Louis J. Dubé, received the 2015 Excellence Award in Teaching, in the "Outstanding Graduate Faculty Mentor" category. The publicity department of Université Laval just released...[more]

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08.03.2016

The networks division strikes again

We are happy to announce that the latest contribution of the networks division, entitled "Constrained growth of complex scale-independent systems", is now featured in the highlights of Physical Review E for its...[more]


02.02.2016

New paper in Physica Status Solidi C

The most recent contribution of the photonics division, "Constructive feedback for the growth of laser-induced periodic surface structures ", has been published Phys. Status Solidi C.In the paper, we study the formation...[more]


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