Nonlinear Dynamics and Complexity:
Theory, Methods and Applications
in honor of Tassos Bountis on the occasion of his 60th birthday

Thessaloniki, Greece 12 - 16 July 2010

Organized by the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki and the University of Patras

Conference Proceedings

The Proceedings of the Conference will be published by World Scientific Co. in the form of a Special Issue of the International Journal of Bifurcation and Chaos.

With the agreement of the Editors–in–Chief, Professor Leon Chua and Professor Ron Chen, a Guest Editorial Committee has been formed by Prof. Gregoire Nicolis (chair), Prof. Marko Robnik, Dr. Vassilis Rothos and Dr. Charalampos (Haris) Skokos who will edit this issue.

All participants are invited to submit their contributions for this Special Issue.

The papers should be written in Latex format, according to the instructions of the journal, and should be submitted directly to the journal, following the IJBC’s regular submission procedure, found at the address:

The special issue is not a Proceedings book. Papers submitted should have the same level as papers published in ordinary issues of the IJBC, and for this reason they will be rigorously reviewed by at least two experts, according the standards of the journal.

For each paper the author should submit:
(1) the pdf file of the complete paper;
(2) a scanned pdf file of his/her hand-signed copyright form (available on the IJBC webpage).

IMPORTANT NOTICE. In order for a paper to be considered for the Special Issue of IJBC containing the proceedings of the NDC2010 conference the following latex command should be used for the title of the paper :

\title{ (This paper is for the Special Issue edited by \\ Prof. Gregoire Nicolis , Prof. Marko Robnik, Dr. Vassilis Rothos and Dr. Haris Skokos) \\ PAPER TITLE}

If this command is not used the paper will be considered a regular submission to IJBC, and it will not reach the Guest Editorial Committee handling the Special Issue of the Proceedings.

High-quality color pictures are encouraged and will be published free of charge.

The special issue will contain a Tutorial - Review section, a Papers section, and a Letters section (see example past issues of IJBC at

Extended deadline for submitting manuscripts: 31 December 2010.