Complex systems are inherently dynamic and both properties and processes change over time. Dynamical systems theory provides a mathematical framework for treating time dependence in complex systems, typically involving continuous time and stochastic or random events. Apart from time dependence in geometrical space, it is common to deal with extended versions for systems with discrete elements. This serves, for instance, to study dynamical processes in networks.
Among the different dynamical processes, the phenomena of synchronization has received a lot of attention, becoming one of the paradigmatic examples of the emergence of collective properties with applications in physical, biological, chemical, technological and social systems. UBICS researchers have devoted great efforts to understanding synchronization phenomena, taking advantage of the most recent developments in complex network science.
Researchers involved in this line are: