Brunel University London (UK) is proud to hostthe 2nd European Workshop on Non-Linear Analysis Techniques, delivered by Professor Nicholas Stergiou, University of Nebraska Omaha, on Monday 15th to Wednesday 17th June 2015.

The workshop will introduce research scientists, clinicians and doctoral students to a variety of non-linear methods for the analysis of biological time series data, including; Lyapunov Exponent, Approximate Entropy, Correlation Dimension, and Fractal Analysis. Participants with varied backgrounds are all very welcome and equally encouraged to participate. To ensure the workshop is an effective learning experience for each participant, the workshop is available to 25 delegates.

The 3-day workshop registration fee with Professor Nicholas Stergiou also includes catering; coffee/tea/biscuits breaks, lunch for three days, and a conference dinner on Tuesday 16th June.

Practitioners: 300.00
Brunel University London staff: 200.00

Campus accommodation (single and double rooms) are available at Brunel University London in the Lancaster Suite, at / +44(0)1895 268001
Brunel University London is close to Heathrow Airport, with excellent transport links to central London. For workshop registration and enquiries, please contact Dr Amir Mohagheghi: / +44(0)1895 265876

Provisional programme:
Monday 15th June - with Professor Nicholas Stergiou
Telford Room, Hamilton Suites, Brunel University London

09.30 Registration and coffee
10.00 Welcome
Introduction to Dynamic Systems and Fractals
11.30 Coffee break
11.50 Introduction to Time Series Analysis
13.00 Lunch
14.00 Challenges on Data Collection Affecting Nonlinear Analysis
15.30 Coffee break
15.50 Session 1
17.00 Close

Tuesday 16th June - with Professor Nicholas Stergiou
09.30 Registration and coffee
10.00 Introduction to State Space Reconstruction
11.30 Coffee Break
11.50 Introduction to Lyapunov Exponent
13.00 Lunch
14.00 Introduction to Entropy & Surrogation
15.00 Coffee Break
15.20 Session 2
16.30 Close
18.30 Networking reception
19.00 Dinner

Wednesday 17th June - with Professor Nicholas Stergiou
09.30 Coffee
10.00 Practical 1
11.30 Coffee
11.50 Practical 2
13.00 Lunch
14.30 Close

(Times to be confirmed)