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Early registration fee:
325 €
Late registration fee:
375 €


  • Early Registration Deadline: 21/05/2023
  • Late Registration: 22/05/2023 – 04/06/2023

Includes: Coffee break (morning and afternoon), lunch and a social dinner

13th International Conference on Nonlinear Mathematics and Physics | NoLineal 2023

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From June 26, 2023
to June 28, 2023

VENUE: Auditorium of the Centre de Recerca Matemàtica

Registration deadline 07 / 06 / 2023


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The International Conference on Nonlinear Mathematics and Physics series started in 1997 as a bi-annual conference. It aims to offer senior and young researchers of different areas of nonlinear sciences, such as Physics, Mathematics, Biology, Economics, Social Sciences, among others, the possibility to disseminate their latest results in an interdisciplinary meeting.

The previous editions were the following:


The conference will consist on the following thematic sessions:


Dynamical Systems, PDEs and applications



Machine learning

Numerical Dynamical Systems

Applications of Nonlinear Dynamics

Dynamical Systems


Numerical methods in Engineering

Fluid Mechanics

Oceans and Atmosphere


scientific committee

Francisco Balibrea Gallego | Universidad de Murcia, Spain
Ricardo Chacón | Universidad de Extremadura, Spain
Faustino Palmero Acebedo | Universidad de Sevilla, Spain
Avadh B. Saxena | Center for Nonlinear Studies, Los Alamos National Laboratory, USA
Josep J. Masdemont | Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, Spain
Gustavo Deco | Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Spain
Àngel Jorba | Universitat de Barcelona, Spain
Ignacio J. Turias | Universidad de Cádiz, Spain
Laura Rebollo-Neira | University of Aston, United Kingdom
Ricardo Carretero | San Diego State University, USA
Humberto Michinel | Universidad de Vigo, Spain
Ma. Ángeles Rodríguez Bellido | Universidad de Sevilla
Patricia Yanguas | Universidad Públida de Navarra
Rosa Ma. Benito Zafrilla | Universidad Politécnica de Madrid
Henar Herrero | Universidad de Castilla La Mancha


organizing committee

Inma Baldomà | Centre de Recerca Matemàtica i Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya
Esther Barrabés |
Universitat de Girona
Jezabel Curbelo |
Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya
Pau Martín |
Centre de Recerca Matemàtica i Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya
Mercé Ollé |
Centre de Recerca Matemàtica i Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya
Òscar Rodríguez |
Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya


Elisa Maria Alessi | IMATI-CNR

My research is focused on astrodynamics problems, by means of dynamical systems tools, perturbation theory and numerical methods. My main lines of investigation are:

  • space debris dynamics, with special emphasis on passive end-of-life solutions and long-term sustainability;
  • low-energy orbits for the exploration of planet-satellite systems;
  • dynamical modelling of solar radiation pressure effect for orbit design;
  • third-body effect for natural and artificial bodies.



Juan M. Lopez | Arizona State University

Juan Lopez conducts research in two broad areas:

Rotation and buoyancy dominated flows, addressing the transitions from laminar to turbulence, resolving in detail the complex bifurcational processes involved. These are of fundamental interest and have applications in geophysics, aerodynamics and industrial processes. The tools used include direct numerical simulations of the Navier-Stokes equations and the extensive use of dynamical systems theory to unravel the spatio-temporal complexity involved. These lines of research have been consistently supported by National Science Foundation (CBET and DMS).

Interfacial hydrodynamics, addressing the influence of surfactants, such as lung surfactants, and more recently proteins which have a tendency to form amyloid fibrils at sheared interfaces. These are of interest due to their prevalence in neurodegenerative diseases, including Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s. These lines of research have been consistently supported by National Science Foundation (CBET and DMS) and NASA (Biophys.).



Carmen Núñez | Universidad de Valladolid
Daniel Peralta-Salas | ICMAT

Daniel Peralta-Salas (Madrid, 1978) is a senior scientific researcher at the ICMAT and Chair of the Group “Differential Geometry and Geometric Mechanics”. His research lines concern the connections and interplay between dynamical systems, partial differential equations and differential geometry. This includes different topics in fluid mechanics, spectral theory, conservative dynamics and geometric analysis.

He has published over 90 papers in high profile mathematical journals such as: Annals of Mathematics, Acta Mathematica, Duke Mathematical Journal, Annales Scientifiques de l’École Normale Supérieure, Journal of Differential Geometry, American Journal of Mathematics, Journal of the European Mathematical Society and Advances in Mathematics.

He has been an invited speaker in more than 100 conferences, seminars and courses in national and international events, is a member of the editorial boards of the international journals Revista Matematica Iberoamericana (EMS), Qualitative Theory of Dynamical Systems (Birkhaüser) and Journal of Geometric Mechanics (AIMS), and member of the scientific advisory board of IMTECH (Institute of Mathematics of UPC-Barcelona Tech.).


Victor Pérez García | Universidad Castilla La Mancha

Graduated (1991) and PhD (1995) from the Universidad Complutense. Professor (2002) of Applied Mathematics at the Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha. He is director of the Institute of Mathematics Applied to Science and Engineering at UCLM.

He has published 160 indexed research articles that have received 8,000 citations and has an H-index of 45 (Google Scholar). He is a member of the editorial board of the journals “Cancers”, “European Radiology” and editor-in-chief of “Physica D”. He has been a member of the evaluation committee of Marie Curie fellowships and of many other international programs in Applied Mathematics, Mathematical Physics and Oncology. He has given plenary talks at international congresses on Mathematical Physics, Applied Mathematics and Oncology, including ‘public speaker’ at ICIAM in 2019.

His main contributions are framed in the field of theory and approximation methods and numerical simulation of nonlinear waves in physical systems (ultracold quantum gases, liquid light, nonlinear optical systems, etc.). In this field, he has studied various problems theoretically and predicted the existence of structures of physical interest that have subsequently been generated experimentally.

He is currently focused on the use of mathematical tools to address cancer problems. Among them, the development of biomarkers with prognostic value and response to treatments and the computational design of optimal treatment strategies, including novel immunotherapy treatments, stand out. In this field, he has obtained results of practical relevance in: gliomas, lung cancer, breast cancer, prostate cancer and pediatric leukemias.

Peregrina Quintela Estévez | Universidade de Santiago de Compostela

Full professor of Applied Mathematics at the University of Santiago de Compostela, specialized in mathematical modeling, mathematical analysis and numerical simulation of physics, engineering and applied sciences models.
Throughout her career, she has combined teaching with research and transfer of knowledge, as well as launching and management of transfer infrastructures.

Her research in mathematical modeling has focused primarily on thermo-mechanical issues relating to solids using:

  • Linear and nonlinear behavior laws (Hooke, viscoelastic, viscoplastic, Norton Hoff, anisotropy).
  • Linear and non-linear boundary conditions (mixed conditions, contact conditions with or without friction)
  • Coupling phenomena of heat transfer and mechanical ones.
  • Analysis of cracks and their detection by Rayleigh waves.
  • Inverse problems.




Maria Aguareles | Universitat de Girona

Session: DS, PDEs & applications


Tomás Alarcón | ICREA-CRM

Session: Biology

I studied Physics for my Bachelor degree and went on to earn a PhD in Physics (November 2000). Upon obtention of my PhD degree, I moved to Oxford where I took up a postdoc position at the Centre for Mathematical Biology, Mathematical Institute, where I started my research in modelling tumour growth working with Helen Byrne (Nottingham) and Philip Maini (Oxford), a subject that I still pursue. After three years in Oxford (from January 2001 to December 2003), I moved to London as a postdoc at the Bioinformatics Unit, University College London, with Karen Page (now in the Mathematics Department). There I worked in modelling tumour dormancy and the dynamics of cell surface receptors. In December 2006, after a short stay in Madrid, I joined the programme Complexity and Networks, lead by Henrik Jensen, at Imperial College, London as a postdoc to work in evolutionary processes under epigenetic regulation. In December 2009, I joined the Mathematical Biology group in the Basque Centre for Applied Mathematics (BCAM) as a BCAM researcher and Group Leader.

As of November 2010, I work at the Centre de Recerca Matematica (Bellaterra, Barcelona) where I lead the Computational & Mathematical Biology group.


Florentino Borondo | Universidad Autónoma de Madrid

Session: Chemistry


Javier Borondo | Universidad Pontificia Comillas

Session: Machine learning

El profesor Javier Borondo es Doctor en Sistemas Complejos y profesor de la asignatura Introduction to Business Analytics. Durante su carrera ha acumulado una amplia experiencia en proyectos relacionados con el Big Data y la Ciencia de Datos. Así, ha desplegado proyectos pioneros en España en los sectores de banca, telecomunicaciones y seguros. Javier hizo dos estancias de investigación en el MIT Media Lab. Allí su investigación se centró en analizar y visualizar una gran cantidad de datos para transformarlos en historias que nos ayudan a entender la sociedad y economía actuales. Es también el fundador de AGrowingData. La compañía introduce el Big Data en el sector agroalimentario, y CTO de Dyvare, donde desarrolla soluciones de Real Estate basadas en la tecnología blockchain.

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Fernando Casas Pérez | Universitat Jaume I

Session: Numerical Dynamical Systems


Manuel J. Castro Díaz | Universidad de Málaga

Session: Applications

Tras realizar la licenciatura en la Universidad de Málaga (1987-92) me trasladé a París, donde obtuve el D.E.A. de Análisis Numérico por la Universidad P. et M. Curie (Paris VI). Realicé mi tesis doctoral en el INRIA (Rocquencourt) bajo la dirección de F. Hetch y Carlos Parés sobre la generación y adaptación de mallados y estimaciones de error a posteriori para problemas elípticos para el método de elementos finitos. Desde 1996 he ocupado diversos puestos docentes en la Universidad de Málaga, obteniendo la plaza de Catedrático de Universidad en el año 2020. En estos años he pertenecido al grupo EDANYA (Ecuaciones Diferenciales Análisis Numérico y Aplicaciones), que es actualmente un grupo de referencia en análisis numérico a nivel nacional e internacional. En este contexto he dirigido 10 tesis doctorales (5 en los últimos 5 años), diversos trabajos de DEA, de fin de master, fin de carrera y grado. He publicado 95 artículos recogidos en revistas del JCR, de los cuales  más del 80% están situados en el primer cuartil. Actualmente soy IP de tres proyectos de investigación, uno de ellos correspondiente a la convocatoria de retos del plan nacional, dos de convocatorias de proyectos de investigación de la Junta de Andalucía.  Participo como investigador en dos proyectos europeos de las convocatorias H2020. Finalmente he sido el investigador responsable de varios contratos de transferencia con la National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), USA y miembro del equipo de investigación en contratos con el Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia (INGV), Italia.

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Amadeu Delshams | UPC-CRM

Session: Dynamical Systems

I am a member of the UPC Dynamical Systems Group and the DANCE network.

I am a member of the Editorial Board of several Journals: Discrete and Continuous Dynamical Systems, Gaceta de la RSME, Journal of Nonlinear Science, Journal of Differential Equations, Qualitative Theory of Dynamical Systems.

I am/was involved in organizing several events: the CRM Research Program SIMS08, the AIMS Conferences, the first Iberian Mathematical Meeting, the Carles Simó Fest, the DANCE meetings Ddays, the Spanish meetings Nolineal, the DANCE Winter Schools RTNS, the Workshops of Interaction between Dynamical Systems and PDE JISD, as well as other events of our group.

I have been Invited speaker in a number of conferences, like the 6th European Congress of Mathematics, Krakow, 2012, SIAM DSPDES’s, Barcelona, 2010, etc.

I am currently a member of the Laboratory of Geometry and Dynamical Systems at UPC-EPSEB.



Elena Fantino | Khalifa University

Session: Astrodynamics

Dr. Fantino graduated in Astronomy and earned a PhD in Space Sciences and Space Technologies from the University of Padua in Italy. She held several positions both in industry and in academia, specialising in space mission analysis, space geodesy, space astrometry, celestial mechanics and astrodynamics and partecipating in several projects of the Italian Space Agency and the European Space Agency. After holding prestigious post-doctoral positions in Italy and Spain, she served as a lecturer and later as an associate professor in the School of Aeronautical Engineering of the Polytechnic University of Catalonia. Dr. Fantino joined the Aerospace Engineering Department of Khalifa University in 2017. Since then, she has played a leading role in developing the space technologies curriculum of the Department. As of 2022, Dr. Fantino has advised more than 40 students at undergraduate and graduate level both locally and internationally, and has mentored many junior colleagues and research staff. Her research is supported by Khalifa University’s grants and research centers (KUSTIC, KU-SPSC) and by several international collaborations. Dr. Fantino has published 40+ top-tier journal articles and 70+ conference contributions. She serves in the Astrodynamics Technical Committee of the International Astronautical Federation, she is a member of the Space Dynamics Group of the Technical University of Madrid and an appreciated reviewer for the majority of the leading peer-reviewed international journals of her field. Dr. Fantino holds a well-established network of international collaborations and participates in several cutting-edge research projects. She has founded the Astrodynamics research group of Khalifa University and has been leading it since 2017.



Joan Gimeno | UB/Georgia Tech

Session: Numerical Dynamical Systems


Emilio Hernández García | UiB-CSIC

Session: Oceans & Atmosphere

CSIC Research Professor (since 2001) member of IFISC (Institute for Cross-Disciplinary Physics and Complex Systems, joint CSIC-UIB research center). Previous positions as Associate Professor at the University of the Balearic Islands (Mallorca, Spain) and Research Associate at McGill University (Montreal, Canada).

Graduated in Physics from the University of Barcelona (1986). PhD at the University of the Balearic Islands (1990).

Research Interests: Nonlinear Dynamics, Complex Systems, Statistical Physics, Spatiotemporal Chaos, Pattern Formation, Lagrangian Chaos and Transport in Fluids, Applications to Ocean Dynamics, and Biological Modelling.



Gemma Huguet | UPC-CRM

Session: Neuroscience

My area of reasearch is Dynamical systems and Computational Neuroscience. I obtained my PhD in Applied Mathematics from Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya (Barcelona) in October 2008 with the thesis The role of hyperbolic invariant objects: From Arnold diffusion to biological clocks under the supervision of Prof. Amadeu Delshams and Prof. Antoni Guillamon.

During my PhD. studies I visited the Mathematical Bioscience Institute at Ohio State University under the supervision of Prof. David Terman (Fall 2005) and the Department of Mathematics at University of Texas at Austin under the supervision of Prof. Rafael de la Llave (Fall 2006 and Fall 2007).

During Spring 2008 I was at the Department of Mathematics at University of Texas at Austin as a RESA (Research Engineering Student Assistant) sponsored by NSF Fellowship under the supervision of Prof. Rafael de la Llave

After my PhD I was a postdoctoral fellow at CRM invited by the Research Programmes: “Stability and Instability in Mechanical Systems (SIMS08)” (September to December 2008) and “Mathematical Biology: Modelling and Differential Equations” ( January to June 2009).

In September 2009 I joined John Rinzel’s lab at the Center for Neural Science with a scholarship from the i-math project. From September 2011 until December 2012 I was a Courant Instructor partially funded by the Swartz Foundation .

From December 2012 until December 2015 I was a Juan de la Cierva fellow at Departament de Matemàtica Aplicada I at Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya.



Santiago Ibáñez | Universidad Oviedo

Session: Dynamical Systems


Marc Jorba-Cusco | CRM

Session: Numerical Dynamical Systems

Marc Jorba-Cuscó completed his PhD (University of Barcelona) in 2019. His areas of interests are both theoretical and applied dynamical systems (e.g. Strange Non-chaotic Attractors, Celestial Mechanics, high-energy physics and mathematical biology). Marc joints the CRM to work under Lluís Alsedà.


Estrella Olmedo | CSIC

Session: Oceans & Atmosphere

E. Olmedo received the degrees in Mathematics (2001) and Ph.D. in Applied Mathematics (2007) from the University of Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain. She has authored 21 articles in peer-reviewed scientific journals and more than 80 contributions to international workshops and congress. She has seven years experience in SMOS data processing. Her research topics include signal and image processing, retrieval algorithms and fusion methods applied to remote sensing of the oceans.



Luis Rández | Universidad de Zaragoza

Session: Numerical Dynamical Systems



Fabio Revuelta | Universidad Politécnica de Madrid

Session: Chemistry

The three research lines I am currently working on all have in common that they pursue a better understanding of the behavior of microscopic systems, especially from the dynamic point of view. The work I have done has materialized in five indexed publications since 2010 and has been financed with two projects from the National Plan and one European Project, as well as numerous scholarships and grants, both national (UPM) and international (Humbold Center for Modern Optics and DAAD).

On the one hand, I have made contributions to better understand the influence of classical structures on the quantum behavior of the system through the so-called (semi-classical) scar functions in collaboration with researchers from the Autonomous University of Madrid, the CNEA in Buenos Aires and from my university (UPM).

On the other hand, I have developed new perturbative methods to calculate the reaction rate of a chemical system that interacts with its environment, within the framework of the transition state theory, in collaboration with researchers from Loughboorugh University (United Kingdom), Georgia Institute of Technology (USA), UAM and UPM.

More recently, I have started to study the few-body problem in systems of cold atoms (Bose-Einstein condensates) in collaboration with researchers from the Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin (Germany).



Joan Sanchez-Umbria | UPC

Session: Fluid Mechanics



Toni Susín | UPC

Session: Numerical methods in Engineering

list of participants

Name Institution
Ewa Sarzynska De Gruyter
Elena Fantino Khalifa University of Science and Technology
Elisa Maria Alessi Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche
Peregrina Quintela Estévez Universidade de Santiago de Compostela
Emilio Hernandez-Garcia IFISC (CSIC-UIB)
Joan Gimeno Other
Juan López Instituto de Física de Cantabria (CSIC-UC)
Bhanu Kumar Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology
Dmitry Sinelshchikov Biofisika Institute (CSIC, UPV/EHU)
Efrosiniia Karatetskaia National Research University Higher School of Economics
Arturo Vieiro Yanes Universitat de Barcelona
Alejandro Haro Provinciale Universitat de Barcelona
Ainoa Murillo López Universitat de Barcelona
Marina Gonchenko Universitat de Barcelona
Àngel Jorba Universitat de Barcelona
Álvaro Fernandez Mora Universitat de Barcelona
Ernest Fontich Julià Universitat de Barcelona
Joan Carles Tatjer Universitat de Barcelona
Hugo Cano Fernández Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona
Albert Alcalde Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya
Patricia Sanchez-Martin Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya
José Lamas Rodríguez Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya
Pau Clusella Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya
Víctor Mañosa Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya
Gemma Huguet Casades Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya
Óscar Rodríguez Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya
Joan Sánchez Umbría Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya
Mercè Ollé Torner Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya
Josep Joaquim Masdemont Soler Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya
Alexandra Lillo Escuder Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya
Alberto Pérez Cervera Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya
Jezabel Curbelo Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya
Amadeu Delshams i Valdés Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya
Toni Susin Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya
Ruilong Li Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya
Pau Martín de la Torre Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya
Inmaculada Baldomá Barraca Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya
Ernest Montbrió Universitat Pompeu Fabra
Pau Pomés Universitat Pompeu Fabra
Esther Barrabés Vera Universitat de Girona
Maria Aguareles Universitat de Girona
Martín Saavedra López Real Universidade de Santiago de Compostela
Begoña Nicolás Real Universidade de Santiago de Compostela
Ruth Idalia Oliva Zúniga Universidad de Granada
Manuel J. Castro Diaz Universidad de Málaga
Santiago Ibáñez Universidad de Oviedo
Diego Pazó Universidad de Cantabria
Juan Garcia Fuentes Universidad de Sevilla
María Ángeles Rodríguez-Bellido Universidad de Sevilla
Carmen Núñez Jiménez Universidad de Valladolid
Luis Randez Universidad de Zaragoza
Florentino Borondo Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
Juan Carlos Losada González Universidad Politécnica de Madrid
Makrina Agaoglou Universidad Politécnica de Madrid
Fabio Revuelta Universidad Politécnica de Madrid
Rosa María Benito Zafrilla Universidad Politécnica de Madrid
javier borondo Universidad Pontificia de Comillas
Francisco Pla Martos Universidad de Castilla La Mancha
Jesús Cortés Universidad de Castilla La Mancha
Víctor M. Pérez-García Universidad de Castilla La Mancha
Ernesto Lanchares Universidad Pública de Navarra
Fernando Casas Universitat Jaume I de Castelló
ANA MARIA ARNAL Universitat Jaume I de Castelló
Cristina Chiralt Monleón Universitat Jaume I de Castelló
Víctor Lanchares Universidad de La Rioja
Alfonso Blasco Sanz Universidad de Burgos
Iván Gutiérrez Sagredo Universidad de Burgos
Michael Stich Universidad Rey Juan Carlos
Javier Gómez Sánchez-Seco Universidad Francisco de Vitoria
Mary Luz Mouronte-López Universidad Francisco de Vitoria
Leonardo P. C. da Cruz Federal University of São Carlos
Juan Esteban Suarez Dresden University of Technology
Erica Scantamburlo Polytechnic University of Turin
Farhan Hasan Aston University
Luke Peterson University of Colorado Boulder
Juan Lopez Arizona State University
Sergio Cobo-Lopez San Diego State University
Kevin Martínez Añón Centre de Recerca Matemàtica
Dídac Gil Rams Centre de Recerca Matemàtica
Joaquim Duran i Lamiel Centre de Recerca Matemàtica
Marc Jorba-Cuscó Centre de Recerca Matemàtica
Tomas Alarcon Centre de Recerca Matemàtica
Josep Sardanyés Centre de Recerca Matemàtica
Alvaro Corral Centre de Recerca Matemàtica
Stefano Pedarra Centre de Recerca Matemàtica
Juan Arellano Tintó Centre de Recerca Matemàtica
Pau Reig Llunell Centre de Recerca Matemàtica
Clara Cufí-Cabré Centre de Recerca Matemàtica
Estrella Olmedo CSIC
Daniel Peralta Salas CSIC


Participants have the option to contribute with a talk (15 minuts) or a poster presentation if they wish to do so. The poster boards that are available at the CRM measure one meter wide by two meters high. Any poster size within these limits is fine.

To apply, please select the relevant option during the registration process.
  • Deadline: 30/04/2023
  • Ruling: 15/05/2023


In order to increase the number of young researchers participating in this activity, the CRM offers grants to cover the registration fee. Only participants with a contribution (talk or poster presentation) can apply for a grant.
To apply, you must complete the registration process, please go to SIGN IN, indicate in the OTHERS section that you wish to apply for a registration grant, you will be asked to attach your CV. Please click on the Reservation option before finishing the process.
  • Application deadline for grants is 30/04/2023
  • Grantees will be notified by 15/05/2023


IF YOUR INSTITUTION COVERS YOUR REGISTRATION FEE: Please note that, in case your institution is paying for the registration via bank transfer, you will have to indicate your institution details and choose “Transfer” as the payment method at the end of the process.


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