The workshop “Critical transitions and nonautonomous bifurcations” will take place at the Science & Study Center of the Technical University Munich in Raitenhaslach on the 24th to 26th of August 2022.
The main focus of the meeting is on the relation between critical transitions in complex systems and nonautonomous bifurcation theory. The topics will range from mathematical theory of critical transitions to applications to nature, technology and society. The aim is to bring together experts and young scientists interested in critical transitions and nonautonomous dynamics, to promote the exchange of current results and new ideas.
The workshop is organized by Prof. Christian Kühn, Dr. Iacopo P. Longo and Miriam Manlik from the Department of Mathematics with the endorsement and support of the Technical University of Munich.
24 to 26 August 2021
TUM Science & Study Center of the Technical University Munich in Raitenhaslach
Please register using the form at the end of this page.
Currently invited speakers include
Zvi Artstein (Weizmann Institute of Science)
Tomás Caraballo (Universidad de Sevilla)
Anna Maria Cherubini (Università del Salento)
Maximilian Engel (Freie Universität Berlin)
Gabriel Fuhrmann (Durham University)
Chris K. Jones (University of North Carolina)
Peter Kloeden (Universität Tübingen)
Alexandra Neamtu (Universität Konstanz)
Carmen Núñez (Universidad de Valladolid)
Rafael Obaya (Universidad de Valladolid)
Tiago Pereira (Universidade de São Paulo)
Christian Pötzsche (Alpen-Adria Universität)
Workshop registration deadline: Thursday, 30th of June 2022.
Talk submission and registration deadline: Thursday, 30th of June 2022.
Workshop: Wednesday, 24th – Friday, 26th of August 2022.
The TUM Science & Study Center is located in the restored prelate’s wing of the former Cistercian monastery Raitenhaslach near Burghausen, on the German side of the border with Austria. The venue allows enjoying the beautiful setting of the historical building (dating back to the 18th century), which was left almost completely untouched by the restoration and refurbishment started in 2013. The workshop will take place in the beautiful ceremonial hall, the Aula maior, under the ceiling frescoes painted by Johann Martin Heigl in the 18th century.
The Hotel Glöcklhofer in Burghausen-Neustadt is the TUM Science & Study Center Raitenhaslach’s partner hotel. The hotel offers a special fare for the workshop attendees:
There are a few options to reach Burghausen. The closest airports are
If you intend to travel by car, here is a short list of close important cities:
These suggestions are only indicative. We recommend that you carefully plan your journey using your preferred travel assistant. In case you shall need some help, please get in touch with us.
We are committed to keep high health standards and avoid the transmission of the COVID19 as much as possible. Therefore, besides enforcing the relative legislation of the Free State of Bavaria (e.g. on the use of masks, rooms capacity etc., which we will notify to the participants by email shortly before the workshop), these additional specific measures will be put in place: