Saturday, May 28th, 2022

All presentations are grouped into three sessions.

9.00 – 11.00: Mathematical approach to discrete systems

  • Nazim Fatès (University of Lorraine) (40 min)

    From the unreasonable effectiveness of mathematics to the unreasonable mathematics? Sparse considerations on complex systems.

  • Henryk Fukś (Brock University, Canada) (20 min)

    Exploring diffusion with deterministic cellular automata.

  • Antoni Augustynowicz , Barbara Wolnik, Marcin Dembowski (University of Gdańsk) (15 min)

    It happens that a complete description of dynamics of wide class of CA is possible.

  • Adam Dzedzej, Anna Nenca (University of Gdańsk) (15 min)

    Rotation symmetric 2D-NCCA and equivalence of state sets.

  • Barbara Wolnik, Maciej Dziemiańczuk (University of Gdańsk) (15 min)

    Number conservation versus non-uniformity.

  • Witold Bołt (Jit Team) (15 min)

    Identification of binary CAs based on incomplete, noisy observation.

11.00 – 12.00: Coffee break

12.00 – 13.30: Modeling of complex systems – part 1

  • Franco Bagnoli (University of Florence) (40 min)

    Simple models of opinion and knowledge evolution.

  • Andreas Deutsch (Technical University of Dresden) (20 min)

    Mechanism of cancer invasion and progression: insights from cellular automaton models.

  • Antoni Czarnecki, Danuta Makowiec (University of Gdańsk) (15 min)

    Cellular automata Moran process in predictions of tumor progression.

  • Mirosław Szaban (Siedlce University of Natural Sciences and Humanities) (15 min)

    The airborne contaminant source reconstruction with use of the cellular automata-based algorithms.

13.30 – 15.30: Lunch

15.30 – 16.45: Modeling of complex systems – part 2

  • Pietro Lio (University of Cambridge) (20 min)

    Artificial intelligence, medicine and dynamical systems.

  • Mariusz Białecki (Institute of Geophysics Polish Academy of Sciences) (20 min)

    On a certain model of earthquake statistics in the form of a probabilistic cellular automaton and its connections with various domains of mathematics.

  • Dominik Falkiewicz, Danuta Makowiec (University of Gdańsk) (15 min)

    Bit-string model of biological speciation.

  • Danuta Makowiec, Wiesław Miklaszewski (University of Gdańsk) (20 min)

    Zero-phase synchronization in a network of timed automata modeling cardiac tissue.

16.45 – 17.30: Coffee break