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Control of Complex Systems, Networks and Self-Organization'2013


6th International Scientific Conference on Physics and Control

San Luis Potosí, México

August 26th-29th, 2013


-CCSNSO'2013 -
Control of Complex Systems, Networks and Self-Organization.
San Luis Potosi, Mexico, Mexique
August 27, 2013

An invited session within the 6th PhysCon
San Luis Potosí, México, August 26-29, 2013


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The Conference PhysCon2013 will focus on the borderland between Physics and Control with emphasis on both theory and applications. Topics will include many topics among them, Nonlinear dynamics, Mathematics, Dynamics and control of complex networks, Self-organization and complexity, Engineering methods and applied fields ... See the web-site of PhysCon-2013

You are cordially invited to submit a paper to our CCSNSO'13 Invited Session within this conference.

Description of the special session

Our special session CCSNSO'13 relies precisely on the topics listed above, and aims the study and the control of complex systems, mainly those mathematically represented by complex networks. The meeting is concerned with multidisciplinary approaches aimed at exploring, visualizing, modeling and simulating large scale dynamic networks, in order to detect and control their emergent communities, to analyse self-organizing processes, such as synchronization and to characterize their evolution.

Complex systems are composed of interacting entities. These entities may be organized structurally as networks, and can give rise to new emergent properties due to interactions. The structural organization and its topology can also be the result of the emergent properties. In both cases, self-organizations of entities and their structural or emergent support (network) is one of the main issue of the complexity of these systems. Our special session proposes to focus on the modeling of these complex phenomena and to understand how to control complexity while preserving their native and therefore self-organization that results.

The expected submissions can cover two approaches : the first one is an adaptation of the control theory for complex dynamical systems and the second ones concerns heuristics dealing with modeling control over behavioral systems. Two examples of such problems could be the synchronization of complex networks and the modeling of crowd behavior ...

Main topics of interest of the special session

  • Control and Synchronization
  • Networks
  • Self-Organization and Emregence
using tools borrowed from various areas (Mathematics, Physics, Computer-Science):
  • Nonlinear dynamics
  • Temporal or spatio-temporal chaos
  • Graph theory, Networks theroy
  • Mathematical, computational and complex systems modeling, ...
  • ...

The timetable of this special session (20mn talk), (Program TO BE UPDATED) :

  • Introduction to the session: Complex Networks Dynamics,

    C.Bertelle and M.Aziz-Alaoui (Normandy University, Le Havre, ISCN: Complex Systems Institute in Normandy)

    Author for correspondence : cyrille.bertelle@gmail.com

  • Control and Cluster Synchronization in Complex Dynamical Networks,

    M.Aziz-Alaoui, C.Bertelle (Normandy-University, ISCN, Le Havre) and J.Zhao (WTU University, Wuhan, China),

    Authors for correspondence : cyrille.bertelle@univ-lehavre.fr and aziz.alaoui@univ-lehavre.fr

  • TBA,

    Michel Cotsaftis (ECE, Paris)

    Author for correspondence : mcot@ece.fr

  • TBA,

    M. Boutayeb (Nancy-University, CRAN-UMR-7039-CNRS)

    Author for correspondence : mohamed.boutayeb@iut-longwy.uhp-nancy.fr

  • TBA,

    Q. Zhang (ISCN-Le Havre and WTU Wuhan China)

    Author for correspondence : xxx@xxx

  • TBA ,

    Rodolphe Charrier (Normandy-University, ISCN and LITIS, Le Havre)

    Author for correspondence : rodolphe.charrier@univ-lehavre.fr


Prospective authors are invited to submit a 2 pages abstract or complete manuscript in PDF or Postcript format to one of the following organizers:
  • Aziz-Alaoui M.A., Professor aziz.alaoui@univ-lehavre.fr
    ISCN, Normandy University and Applied Math Lab. -LMAH-, 25 Rue Ph. Lebon, BP 540, Le Havre,Cedex, France.
    Phone:(+33) 6 70 73 76 69
  • Bertelle C., Professor, ISCN, Normandy University, and Computer Sc. Lab. -LITIS- 25 Rue Ph. Lebon, BP 540, 76058 Le Havre Cedex, France. Phone: (+33) 2 35 21 72 14 cyrille.bertelle@gmail.com
Only electronical submissions, via email, are authorized. Final abstract (or manuscript) have to be send to one of the organizers. In the submission mail, the author should furnish the following information : Title of manuscript, author(s) name(s) and affiliation(s), clearly specifying the contacting author, all authors' postal and email addresses and 4 to 7 keywords.

Author kit

The final version of the abstract (or articles) for submission must be sent by email using the CSNDD author kit archive see the "call for papers" menu of http://www.ipicyt.edu.mx/physcon2013/paper.html .

In this archive, you will find a LaTeX style, an example of figure (in eps), an example in word format, an example in LaTeX format ... .


and other important information, see the PhysCon web-site : http://www.ipicyt.edu.mx/physcon2013/.


  • May 01, 2013: Submission of the 2 pages abstract
  • May 15, 2013 Notification of acceptance
  • June 12, 2013 Submission of final version of papers
  • July 26, 2012: Early fee registration
  • August 26, 2013: Conference starts
  • For more details, send and email to us (and/or see : PhysCon13 )

Registration, accomodation and fees

See the web site of the physCon2013 http://www.ipicyt.edu.mx/physcon2013/

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