The 2022 International Symposium on Nonlinear Theory and Its Applications (NOLTA2022) will be held as a full-online format, December 12th-15th, 2022. The objective of the symposium is to provide a forum for exchanges of the latest results related to nonlinear theory and its applications. Papers describing original results in all aspects of nonlinear theory and its applications are invited. Topics include, but are not limited to:
The design is based on the colors of the Croatian flag, the shape of the entire country, the curve of the heart on the Galesnjak island, and the bird of the Maiden with the seagull. The sharp impression created by the angled flag pattern gives a sense of intelligence and trust.
In the world of moderate, everyday turbulence of fluids flowing
across planes and down pipes, a quiet revolution is taking place.
Applied mathematicians can today compute `exact coherent
structures' numerically precise 3D, fully nonlinear Navier-Stokes
solutions: unstable equilibria, traveling waves, and (relative)
periodic orbits. Experiments carried out at Georgia Tech today
yield measurements as detailed as the numerical simulations; our
experimentalists measure such `exact coherent structures' and
trace out their unstable manifolds. What emerges is a picture of
low-Reynolds turbulence as a walk among sets of weakly unstable
We take you on a tour of this newly breached, hitherto inaccessible territory. Mastery of fluid mechanics is no prerequisite, and perhaps a hindrance: the talk is aimed at anyone who had ever wondered why - if no cloud is ever seen twice - we know a cloud when we see one? And how do we turn that into mathematics?
Abstract: In my talk I will first briefly review the fundamentals of Ising Machines and describe different types of quantum and classical implementations. These range from D-waves Quantum Annealer, so-called Coherent Ising Machines based on Degenerate Optical Parametric Oscillators (DOPO), and most recently breadboard and PCB based LCR oscillator networks. I will then describe our recent progress in highly non-linear mutually synchronized nano-constriction based spin Hall nano-oscillator (SHNO) chains and two-dimensional arrays and the possibility of using them for Ising Machines. I will describe how we can generate different types of spin wave modes and control those with voltage cates. In our most recent work, we have now added memristive functionality to these SHNOs and demonstrated non-volatile control of mutual synchronization and how this can be used for neuromorphic computing. Using microwave current injection locking and phase-sensitive micro-Brillouin Light Scattering microscopy, such two-dimensional SHNO arrays can be efficiently phase-binarized, which is a prerequisite for oscillator based Ising Machines, and solve MAX-CUT problems.
Abstract: In the analysis of nonlinear dynamical systems, some assumptions are at the boundaries of the analysis domain. Some of them are to facilitate the analysis, while others are to faithfully describe the typical phenomena. However, we always come up against the problem of how to deal with the phenomena that these boundaries create. The method of analysis does not determine the boundaries. Whether experimental, numerical, or theoretical, the measurements are subject to the assumptions of the boundary setting. In this talk, I will review the setting applied to the computation and observation of phenomena in nonlinear dynamical systems as analytical techniques have progressed.
Registration is required for you to present your work. In order to guarantee inclusion in the conference program, one author must be registered by September 15.
Due to several reasons of managing the symposium, we decided not to use the hybrid format (live and on-demand) and to use the live format mainly. Upon the authors’ decision, on-demand presentations (prerecorded talks) might be provided. We apologize for your inconvenience.
|With Paper||Without Paper|
|15,000 JPY||5,000 JPY|
|Regular, non-member||20,000 JPY||10,000 JPY|
|5,000 JPY||0 JPY|
|Student, non-member||10,000 JPY||6,000 JPY|
|Extra paper fee||10,000 JPY / paper|
Please register via the registration page by confit:
The NOLTA 2022 Symposium Committee will present student paper awards. The award candidates should be a full student, and the first author and the presenter of the NOLTA 2022 paper. In addition, the awarded paper should be a 4 page camera ready manuscript. The selections of the awards are based on the quality, originality, and clarity of the paper and the presentation.
The awarded authors will be invited to the Special Section on Recent Progress in Nonlinear Theory and Its Applications, IEICE journal.