The 10th recurrence plot symposium will be held at the University of Tsukuba, Japan (August 28-30, 2023) as a satellite conference of ICIAM 2023 in Tokyo the previous week. This 10th anniversary symposium will center on two focal points. First we want to look back over the previous nine symposia and observe what has been achieved. For this purpose, Prof. Jürgen Kurths, renowned in the field of nonlinear dynamics, has accepted our invitation to be one of the keynote speakers. Secondly, we want to look ahead and anticipate how recurrence plots and their quantifications can be usefully combined with other key research strategies. As one example, we have invited Dr. Shotaro Akaho to discuss the remarkable similarities between recurrence plots and nonlinear kernel approaches to machine learning. As another example, invited speaker Prof. Annick Lesne will speak on the 2-dimensional projections of 3-dimensional chromosomal structures as dot maps. This technique opens the door to unique chromosomal descriptions in terms of recurrence quantifiers. Many other contributed papers will underscore the clever applications of recurrence ideas to real-world systems. It is the sincere hope of the organizers that our 10th recurrence plot symposium serves as a unique opportunity for investigators in different fields of inquiry to discover the utility and commonality in research efforts to better understand complex systems of all types. All are invited to celebrate with us our 10-year anniversary of recurrence plot symposia.
- Jürgen Kurths (Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research) – Recurrence analysis in the context of complex networks
- Shotaro Akaho (AIST Tsukuba) – Kernel methods in machine learning
- Annick Lesne (CNRS, University of Montpellier and Sorbonne Universite, Paris) – Recurrence networks and chromosomal contact maps: A unified approach to dynamical systems and genomics
The series of international recurrence plot workshops and symposia started 2005 in Potsdam (Germany) and are organized every other year. More information on past events can be found in the section Previous events.
Dr. Yoshito Hirata
(University of Tsukuba)
Dr. Masanori Shiro (AIST Tsukuba)
Dr. Miwa Fukino (Panasonic Holdings Corporation)
Dr. Norbert Marwan (Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research)
Dr. Charles L. Webber, Jr. (Loyola University Chicago)
Prof. Kazuyuki Aihara (University of Tokyo)