Dynamics Days Asia Pacific (DDAP) is a regular conference rotating among the Asia-Pacific countries and regions every two years. Its purpose is to bring together researchers world-wide to discuss the most recent developments in nonlinear science. It also serves as a forum to promote regional as well as international scientific exchange and collaboration. The conference covers a variety of topics in nonlinear physics, biological physics, nonequilibrium physics, complex networks, econo-physics, and quantum/classical chaos, etc. DDAP started in Hong Kong in 1999, was subsequently held in China, Singapore, and Korea. The 5th DDAP will take place at Nara Prefectural New Public Hall, Japan from September 9 to 12, 2008. Plans for the 6th to the 8th DDAP are scheduled for Australia, Taiwan, and India.

DDAP History

DDAP1 (1999) Hong Kong Baptist Univ., Hong Kong

DDAP2 (2002) Zhejian Univ., China

DDAP3 (2004) National Univ. of Singapore, Singapore

DDAP4 (2006) Pohang Univ. of Science and Technology, Korea

DDAP5 (2008) Nara Prefectural New Public Hall, Japan

DDAP6 (2010) Univ. of New South Wales, Australia

DDAP7 (2012) will be held in Taiwan

DDAP8 (2014) will be held in India

Coorganized and Supported by

Advanced Telecommunication Research Institute International (ATR)
National Institute of Information and Communications Technology(NICT)
NTT Communication Science Laboratories
Asia Pacific Center for Theoretical Physics (APCTP)
Yukawa Institute for Theoretical Physics (YITP)
Nara Women's University
Kaneko Complex Systems Biology Project, ERATO, JST
Aihara Complexity Modelling Project, ERATO, JST
Yoshikawa Spatio-Temporal Order Project, ICORP, JST

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