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EPJ ST Special Issue: Current Trends in Computational and Experimental Techniques in Nonlinear Dynamics

This EPJ ST Issue is concerned with state-of-the-art techniques and its applications in experimental and computational studies of Nonlinear Dynamics. The ubiquity of nonlinearity in nature allows for a broad, constructive and practical perspective on systems as diverse as coupled mechanical oscillators, n-body systems, optical devices, chemical reactions, to name just a few active traditional fields, as well as new exciting areas made at the interfaces between multiple traditional fields, such as biophysics.

The tools of Nonlinear Dynamics, where dynamical systems and its applications are at its core, can provide deep insight into essential phenomena in diverse models and experiments.

The special issue is therefore devoted to emphasize the relevance, scope and usefulness of these techniques in tackling with current problems of physical and practical significance.

Diverse tools targeted to modeling, bifurcations, synchronization phenomena, nonlinear control and engineering applications are of interest for the current issue, but not limited to the latter.

Physicists, applied mathematicians and engineers are welcome to submit their original articles and short reviews on the topic to the Editorial Office of EPJ ST via the submission system clearly mentioning the title of the special issue. Manuscripts should be prepared following the instructions for authors using the latex template of EPJ ST, which can be downloaded here.

Submission deadline: 15 July 2021

Guest editors:

Panayotis Panayotaros, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. ).

Carlos L. Pando-Lambruschini, Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla, México (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. ).

Open Access: EPJST is a hybrid journal offering Open Access publication via the Open Choice programme and a growing number of Springer Compact “Publish and Read” arrangements which enable authors to publish OA at no direct cost (all costs are paid centrally).

Open calls for papers