Scientific Scope

The focus of this conference is to present and discuss some of the less-explored and newly emerged issues in the physics of complex and non-linear systems as well as their future prospects. This includes also the viewpoint of applications in different challenging problems of natural and environmental sciences. In the past decade the physics of complex systems has become one of the most interdisciplinary subjects of contemporary science. In particular, this field has penetrated into various areas of natural and even social sciences for the modeling of complex dynamics, data analysis, prediction, and monitoring purposes. In this field we study the behavior of systems that consist of many individual components and whose non-linear evolution cannot be guessed from the behavior of its components. It employs methods from statistical physics, nonlinear dynamics, stochastic processes, etc. and is currently exploring applications in biology, medicine, earth and environmental sciences, social sciences, economy and finance.
Complex system physics can contribute to the understanding and solving environmental and medical problems as well as different problems of disaster management (e.g. earthquakes, landslides, avalanches, etc), not only by the mathematical modeling , but also because methods have been developed that allow to monitor the state of a system, forecast its evolution, and assess the probability of extreme events. The conference will be devoted to both, new developments in the basic science of complex and nonlinear systems, as well as new trends in its applications to specific areas of natural and environmental sciences.
Thus the main goal of this meeting is to bring together experienced researchers, young scholars and students from Central Asia and their colleagues from Europe, U.S., Japan, Korea and other countries from.
Scientifically, this will be done by presenting invited and short talks on less-explored and advanced problems of nonlinear dynamics and complex system physics, their applications to the problems of natural and social sciences.