Annual Review of Chaos Theory and Bifurcations and Dynamical Systems

Call For Papers

We welcome review and original papers in all areas of chaos theory, bifurcations and dynamical systems. Papers can be oriented towards theory, algorithms, numerical simulations, applications or experimentation.

Please use the following classification systems to categorize items covered by the Annual Review of Chaos Theory, Bifurcations and Dynamical Systems

2010 Mathematics Subject Classification

Physics and Astronomy Classification Scheme® (PACS®)



Applications to mechanics of particles and systems, approximation methods, bifurcation theory, celestial mechanics, cellular automata, collective behaviour, computational methods in nonlinear dynamics, control of chaos, Hamiltonian systems, Lagrangian chaos, Lie groups, low-dimensional chaos, maps and coupled lattice maps, non-linear dynamics, non-linear ordinary differential equations, non-linear oscillations, non-linear partial differential equations, non-linear waves, PDE in hydrodynamics, perturbation theory, signal processing, solitons, space-time chaos, stability theory, symmetry breaking, symplectic mechanics, synchronization, vibrations, non-equilibrium processes in physics, chemistry and geophysics, applications to astrophysics, applications to particle physics and cosmology, applications to other physics disciplines, coherent phenomena, complex matter and networks, critical phenomena, decay of particles, dynamical phase transition, granular matter, hydrodynamics, kinetic and transport theory, Lévy flight, microfluidics, non-equilibrium phase transition, non-equilibrium quantum field theory, non-equilibrium statistical physics, non-equilibrium/irreversible thermodynamics, seismic fluctuations and geophysical complexity, self-organized criticality, spin glasses, symmetry breaking, turbulence, complex matter and networks, brain dynamics, complex matter, complex networks, complex systems, internet dynamics, e-mail communication, neural networks, neurophysiological processes, new materials synthesis, mathematical models, approximation methods, cellular automata, dynamical systems, ergodic and mixing properties, ergodic theory, Kolmogorov-Sinai entropy, Lie groups, mathematical physics, non-linear ordinary differential equations, non-linear waves, non-linear partial differential equations, perturbation theory, Shanon entropy, signal processing, singularity theory, solitons, stability theory, symmetry breaking, synchronization, computational biology, biodynamics, biological networks, biological systems, cognitive processes, computational biology, decision making, medicine, neural networks, neuroscience, brain dynamics, applications to quantum and mesoscopic phenomena, applications to quantum information, nanotechnology, nonequilibrium quantum statistical mechanics, open quantum systems, quantum chaos, quantum decoherence, quantum dynamics, quantum measurement processes, fluctuations and random processes, fluctuations in physics and biology, self-organization, complex matter, fractals, information theory, pattern formation, self-organized criticality, Shanon entropy, Social phenomena, applications to economics, environmental science, applications to social sciences, ecology, game theory, engineering, applications to engineering, vibrations in engineering sciences.