Thematic Symposia

The conference features two plenary lectures, nine thematic symposia with invited and contributed talks, and poster presentations. Each symposium is prepared by two organizers who invite the speakers and select the contributed talks. Durations of the talks may vary depending on the symposium. The posters of all symposia will be presented in a joint poster session. For a detailed view of the conference schedule, please select the program link above.

List of Symposia

1. Active particles and swimmers (H. Stark, S. Santer)

2. Cell motility and collective dynamics (C. Beta, M. Bär)

3. Fluctuations far from equilibrium (I. Sokolov, R. Metzler)

4. Control of self-organization (S. Klapp, E. Schöll)

5. Active and Self-Organizing Materials (O. Steinbock, F. Sagues)

6. Synchronization phenomena (H. Engel, M. Hauser)

7. Nanoscale patterns and molecular machines (A. Mikhailov, R. Kapral)

8. Biological self-organization (M. Falcke, B. Lindner)

9. Applications to nonlinear chemical and physical systems (K. Krischer, H.H. Rotermund)