Meet-and-Greet with CD-CREATE trainees and partners:

Graduate and postdoc CREATE trainees are invited to meet and greet our industry partners over wine-and-cheese event Nov 28th. Event will be held in the James Admin building at McGill University, and will include: short presentations by internship partners; wine-and-cheese reception; short interviews for interested parties.
Register by contacting dynamics.create (at)

Conference on Complex Oscillatory Systems

March 19-23, 2018
Barcelona, Spain
Biomedical Research Park of Barcelona

CD-Create trainees are eligible to attend this conference and tutorials on nonlinear dynamics with free registration. This is a first-come, first-served offer for the first 8 trainees. Write to dynamics.create (at) with request to participate.

The AMCOS conference brings together renowned experts and young researchers who work on the modeling of complex systems, and the analysis of complex data sets in order to infer structure and functionality of networks. Accompanying tutorials by leading experts will interactively introduce the different conference themes.

Keynote speakers: Leon Glass, Damian H. Zanette

Topics covered: synchronization and nonlinear dynamics - dynamics on networks - connectivity and network inference - data analysis in neuroscience - critical phenomena - neural field models - computational neuroscience - complex oscillatory behaviour in physiology

Tutorials: Leading experts in the field will introduce the different conference themes interactively in tutorials on the first day of the conference week. The speakers are:

Ralph G. Andrzejak, Arkady Pikovsky, Michael Rosenblum, Aneta Stefanovska.

Tentative list of topics includes basic theory of synchronization, synchronization approach to data analysis, basic concepts of nonlinear time series analysis, and time series analysis of non-autonomous dynamics.

Participants are required to bring laptops installed with MATLAB/Octave if they want to take part in the practical activities.

Do you want to present your work? Registration and abstract submission opens October 20th, 2017. More info at or contact us via e-mail: amcosconference (at)

Are you a McGill graduate student? Click here to apply for travel funds to the Complex Oscillatory Systems Conference.