Delay differential equations are an important tool for the modeling of
dynamical phenomena in various fields of science, including
neuroscience, optoelectronics, as well as biological or mechanical
systems. They allow for the description of potentially high dimensional
dynamical effects caused by delayed feedback or control, aging, and
finite transmission speed. From a mathematical point of view, they
represent an important class of dynamical systems and can be studied by
advanced mathematical methods, including e.g. bifurcation theory,
singular perturbations or semigroup theory. The workshop is aiming to
bring together mathematicians and researchers from various fields of
application and to stimulate discussions about recent and future
development in the field.
(University of Exeter)
Lectures are scheduled from Wednesday morning until
Friday afternoon. Apart from the invited talks, there will be a limited
number of contributed talks and a poster session on Wednesday evening.
The Workshop dinner will take place on Thursday October 13, 2016
at 7:00 pm.
Weierstrass Institute (WIAS)