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    Nonlinear Analysis Workshop 2013 in Dublin, Ireland
    Date: 8th, 9th, 10th May

    Dr. Nicholas Stergiou is coming to Ireland in May and has kindly agreed to hold a workshop in which he will share his expertise in Nonlinear Analysis during his visit, subject to interest levels. The purpose of this workshop is to introduce research scientists, clinicians and students to a variety of nonlinear methods for the analysis of biological time series data. Participants will learn how to use nonlinear methods to analyze real biological data. This workshop is an introduction to nonlinear analysis methods; participants with varied backgrounds are welcome.

    Workshop Overview:
    This is an intense 3-day workshop to introduce nonlinear analysis and its applications in scientific and clinical research. It is an abridged version of the 5-day workshop delivered at Dr. Stergiou’s laboratory in the USA each summer. A variety of nonlinear methods such as Lyapunov Exponent, correlation dimension, fractal analysis, etc. will be introduced in this workshop. Dr. Stergiou will also be available to advise participants on the application of nonlinear analysis to their own research specifically, if desired. The workshop will take place at University College Dublin.

    The course is designed for researchers, clinicians, and graduate students who are interested in learning nonlinear methods and applying it to their research.

    Class size is limited in order to ensure an effective learning experience for all participants. We propose to run this workshop on a non-commercial basis and will set a fee that covers room hire, a stipend for Dr Stergiou and his tutors, and lunch/refreshments. We expect that the course fee will not exceed €350 per person (€200 for students). However, a final determination on the fee cannot be made until we judge interest levels and final numbers. For this reason, we are seeking non-binding expressions of interest from prospective attendees. To express your interest in attending this course please email Dr Denise McGrath at