XXII Conference on Non-equilibrium Statistical Mechanics and Nonlinear Physics - MEDYFINOL 2024

XXII Conference on Non-equilibrium Statistical Mechanics and Nonlinear Physics - MEDYFINOL 2024

presencial Hotel Litoral Norte - Caraguatatuba - São Paulo - Brazil | Brasil

About the conference

Organized by:

Edson Denis Leonel - Departamento de Física, Universidade Estadual Paulista - UNESP, Rio Claro - SP, Brasil
Arturo Marti, Instituto de Física, Facultad de Ciencias,  Universidad de la República, Uruguay
Marcus Werner Beims - Departamento de Física, Universidade Federal do Paraná - UFPR, Curitiba - PR, Brasil
Joelson D. V. Hermes -  Instituto Federal de Educação, Ciência e Tecnologia do Sul de Minas Gerais, Inconfidentes - MG, Brasil

The MEDYFINOL conference series was conceived in 1986 as a means of collecting researchers in various branches of the physics of non-equilibrium and dynamical systems, mainly in Argentina and neighboring countries, aiming at broadening the scope to attract colleagues from all over the world. Thirty-eight years have elapsed and we can ascertain that MEDYFINOL is doing the right way in the international community as one of the most important regular meetings in the field.

This XXII MEDYFINOL follows a series of meetings that took place in Colonia del Sacramento, Uruguay (2022), Santiago de Chile (2018), Valdivia, Chile (2016); Maceió, Brazil (2014); Santiago, Chile (2012); Punta de Este, Uruguay (2008); Mar del Plata, Argentina (2006); La Serena, Chile (2004); Colonia del Sacramento, Uruguay (2002); Huerta Grande, Córdoba (1999); Canela, Brazil (1997); Tucumán, Argentina (1996); San Carlos de Bariloche, Argentina (1995); Montevideo, Uruguay (1994); Mar del Plata, Argentina (1993); Mar del Plata, Argentina (1991); Santiago de Chile, Chile (1990); Puerto Iguazú, Argentina (1989); Mar del Plata, Argentina (1988); Lujan, Argentina (1987); and Lujan, Argentina (1986).

Statistical Mechanics and Nonlinear Physics are research areas that have developed a multidisciplinary character with many applications in biology, physiology, ecology, economics, sociology, and many others. The scientific problems discussed in the meeting included image characterization, biological applications of statistical physics, econophysics and sociologically related issues, chaos, and nonlinear dynamics, pattern formation and spatio-temporal complexity, fluids and granular media, nonextensive thermostatistics, irreversible thermodynamics, stochastic processes, phase transitions, lasers and nonlinear optics, synchronization, wavelets and nonlinear time series analysis, complex networks, neuronal and brain dynamics.

The purpose of the MEDYFINOL series of meetings is to keep the Latin American scientific community updated with new developments and trends in the statistics and nonlinear physics fields, to incentivize collaborative international science programs, and to identify and discuss the most relevant issues in the area. The success of the MEDYFINOL meeting series is due to the presence of eminent speakers, the high-quality contributed papers, and significant student participation.

Jason Gallas Award

The organizing committee is pleased to announce that this year, there will be a dedicated Jason Gallas Award section in honor of the esteemed Brazilian scientist, Jason Gallas. This award aims to recognize the outstanding contributions made by Latin American scientists to the fields of Statistical Mechanics and nonlinear sciences.

Professor Jason Alfredo Carlson Gallas


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Invited Speakers




The posters will be displayed throughout the event and there will be prizes for the three best posters.

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Approved Posters List

On Display Throughout the Event

1- Anne Kétri P. da Fonseca: Understanding and describing a phase transition from limited to unlimited diffusion for a billiard system

2- Carlos Eduardo de P. Abreu: Extreme fractal dimension at periodicity cascades in parameter spaces

3- Daniel Borin: Exploring the survival probability for chaotic diffusion in a family of discrete Hamiltonian mappings

4- Evely Geise da Silva: Complexity in the parameter space

5- Fábio Henrique da Costa: Exploring the parameter space in a family of two-dimensional discrete mappings

6- Hugo P. Maia: Higher-Order Interactions, Polarization and Burstiness on Online Brazilian Political Debate Networks

7- Joelson Dayvison V. Hermes: Slater's theorem in the study of invariant curves for the Fermi-Ulam Model

8- Juan Pedro Tarigo: Predictability in the Mackey-Glass delayed model

9- Juliano A. de Oliveira: Dynamical properties in the discontinuous dissipative standard mapping

10- Kelly Aparecida Molica: Cell Self-Organization In Culture: From Chance To Motility Cell-Induced Gradients

11- Luiz Menon Jr: Random search in heterogeneous media

12- Mayla Aparecida M. de Almeida: Convergence of orbits to the stationary state for a family of two-dimensional nonlinear mappings

13- Matheus Rolim Sales: Characterizing stickiness using recurrence time entropy

14- Nívea Daniele Bosco: Mixed-mode oscillations, multistability and transient hyperchaos in two-coupled FitzHugh-Nagumo neuron models

15- Paulo Ricardo Protachevicz: Emergence of synchronization between neuronal areas

16- Pedro Silva:  First-Order and Berezinskii-Kosterlitz-Thouless phase transitions in two-dimensional generalized XY model

17- Rodrigo S. Baroni: Organization of periodic structures in a 1d nontwist map and the transition to 2d

18- Silvio Zanin: Lyapunov stability under dilatation or contraction of coordinates

19- Thainá Ferreira Silva: Disorder and dynamical criticality of contact networks generated by random packing of polydisperse disks

20- Túlio Meneghelli de Oliveira: Deterministic ratchet transport of impurities in fluids

21- Vinicius Wiggers: Parameter space of the Lyapunov exponent in the dissipative Hénon map under dilatation or contraction of coordinates

How to Get to Caraguatatuba

How to Get to Caraguatatuba - Travel Instructions:

-From São Paulo Airport to São Paulo Bus Station:

1- Upon arriving at São Paulo International Airport (Guarulhos), take a taxi, shared transportation service, or shuttle bus to São Paulo Bus Station (Terminal Rodoviário Tietê).

2- If you arrive at São Paulo Congonhas Airport, you can also take a taxi or shared transportation service to the bus station.

-From São Paulo Bus Station (Terminal Rodoviário Tietê) to Caraguatatuba Bus Station:

1- Purchase a bus ticket to Caraguatatuba from the Pássaro Marron company at São Paulo Bus Station. Pássaro Marron operates buses departing every hour from 6:30 AM onwards. The ticket price is R$ 89.10. For more information, please visit the Terminal Rodoviário Tietê website Click here!

2- The bus journey will take approximately 3.5 hours, and you will arrive at Caraguatatuba Bus Station.

-Upon Arrival at Caraguatatuba Bus Station:

1- From Caraguatatuba Bus Station, you can take a taxi to the event venue. However, the hotel where the event will take place is only 1.6km from the bus station, and it is possible to walk.


It is recommended to plan your trip in advance and check bus schedules to ensure a smooth travel experience.

If you have any specific questions or need assistance, feel free to contact our event support team at giscdnl@gmail.com.

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