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Pattern formation phenomena are ubiquitous in animate and inanimate matter. Existing pattern-formation methodologies have successfully been applied to simple contexts of natural phenomena and technology, but often fall short of explaining observed behaviors in more complex situations. As a consequence, new questions have arisen that call for further development of both theoretical and experimental methodologies. The workshop aims to address cutting-edge advances in a wide range of research fields where pattern formation phenomena play or are expected to play essential roles, focusing on common threads that go across different research areas, encouraging cross-fertilization, and highlighting new outstanding open questions. 

Invited Speakers (Confirmed)

 

Alain Pumir, ENS Lyon
Alexander Nepomnyashchy, Technion
Arjen Doelman, Leiden U
Avraham Be’er, BGU
Bernd Blasius, U Oldenburg
Carsten Beta, Potsdam U

Damia Gomila, IFISC (CSIC-UIB)
David Bensimon, ENS Paris
Dolores Bozovic, UCLA
Eckehard Schöll, TU Berlin
Edgar Knobloch, UC Berkeley
Ehud Meron, BGU

Elisha Moses, Weizmann Inst

Emilio Hernandez-Garcia, IFISC (CSIC-UIB)
Eran Sharon, HUJI

Gemunu Gunaratne, U Houston
Hannes Uecker, U Oldenburg
Herbert Levine, Northeastern U
Igor Aronson, Penn State U
Itamar Procaccia, Weizmann Inst

 

 

Jens Rademacher, U Bremen

Joel Stavans, Weizmann Inst

Jost von Hardenberg, ISAC-CNR Torino
Katharina Krischer, TU Munich
Len Pismen, Technion
Mario Feingold, BGU
Markus Bär, PTB and TU Berlin
Mary Silber, U Chicago

Mogens Jensen, U Copenhagen
Moshe Shachak, BGU
Nadav Shnerb, Bar-Ilan U
Nir Gavish, Technion

Ron Lifshitz, TAU
Tasso Kaper, Boston U
Ulrike Feudel, U Oldenburg
Uwe Thiele, U Münster
Walter Zimmermann, U Bayreuth
Yair Zarmi, BGU
Yasumasa Nishiura, Tohoku U

Organizing Committee:

Arik Yochelis (BGU), chair

Erez Gilad (BGU),

Ehud Meron (BGU),

Yair Mau (HUJI),

Hannes Uecker (University of Oldenburg),
Arjen Doelman, (Leiden University)