Gonzalo Marcelo Ramirez Avila


Belgian advanced studies on compleX systems, networks and synchronization


Timoteo Carletti


The project will carry out an in-depth study of synchronization in the framework of dynamical systems defined on Complex Networks, including their generalizations, namely hypergraphs and simplicial complexes. Moreover, the acquired knowledge will be used to obtain a better understanding of natural and artificial Complex Systems and to develop potential applications under an interdisciplinary perspective. For all these studies, we will use continuous and discrete systems with potential applications in biology (circadian rhythms, neurons) and health sciences (radiotherapy). The study of the so-called swarmalators (mobile oscillators) and the concept of response to synchronization taken from the firefly modeling are significant challenges to a better understanding of synchronization and their application in robotics. Finally, thanks to the design of electronic circuits mimicking our models, we will validate several of our theoretical and simulating results and also extend our predictions.


Gonzalo Marcelo Ramirez Avila

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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Skłodowska Curie grant agreement No 101034383

Caroline Vliegen

C2W Project Manager

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