Following the first two years of existence of the Academy, this edition of the Proceedings of the Complex Systems Academy of Excellence was prepared in the wake of the first “Complex Days” Academy-wide meeting, which took place in Nice in January 2018. This book is a glimpse of the ongoing research in the field of complex systems at the University of the Côte d'Azur at a very precise point in time. It highlights the broad spectrum of scientific activities covered by topics ranging from mathematics and physics to archeology, chemistry and space science, ecology and biophysics.

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3. Complex days

Sous la direction de Jérémie Bec, Mireille Bossy, Mathieu Desroches, Audrey D'aiello

Third edition of the Complex Day: more than 70 participants, 21 oral presentations and two award-winning presentations !

Each year, the “Complex Systems” Academy organizes the Complex Day, a scientific day which aims to promote exchanges within the community of complex systems.

For this third edition, just over 70 researchers from the Côte d'Azur community gathered on February 7, 2023 at the Crowne Plaza hotel in Nice.

The event was co-hosted by Jérémie Bec (Cemef), Mathieu Desroches (Inria), Mireille Bossy (Inria) and Médéric Argentina (Inphyni).

The participants in the one-day event represented more than ten laboratories and research institutes of Université Côte d'Azur, reflecting the highly interdisciplinary nature of the activities of the Academy.

More than twenty oral presentations were given on widely varying topics, ranging from very fundamental aspects of physics, mathematics or computer science, to concrete applications in economics, neurosciences, or agronomy.

The Complex Day was also the opportunity for a dozen doctoral students to come and promote their research work and to exchange with researchers from various backgrounds.

The event ended with the selection of the two best student oral presentations by members of the Scientific Council of the “Complex Systems” Academy.

The two following doctoral students were congratulated for the quality of their oral presentation:
- Simone Ebert (Inria) - Temporal pattern recognition in retinal ganglion cells is mediated by dynamic inhibitory synapses.
- Alesia Herasimenka (Inria/LJAD) - Controllability of satellites in periodic orbits with conical constraints on the thrust direction.

This third edition of the Complex Day confirms the great diversity and heterogeneity of the research topics addressed by the complex systems community of Université Côte d'Azur. This annual meeting of the Academy of Complex Systems was once again a success that could not have been achieved without the presence and participation of its scientists.


Oral presentations

Jacques-Alexandre Sepulchre, Juan Ignacio, Alejandra Ventura : Conference papers

Médéric Argentina : Conference papers

Jérémie Topin : Conference papers

Mélina Cointe, Victor Burte, Guy Perez, Ludovic Mailleret et al. : Conference papers

Simone Ebert, Thomas Buffet, Semihchan Sermet, Olivier Marre et al. : Conference papers

Juliette Huynh, Mathias Albert, Pierre-Élie Larré : Conference papers

Leonardo Ciambezi, Mattia Guerini, Mauro Napoletano, Andrea Roventini : Conference papers

Gianni Aupetit-Diallo, Charlotte Pignol, Silvia Musolino, Mathias Albert et al. : Conference papers

François-Xavier Gauci, Ludovic Keiser, Céline Cohen, A. Vigna-Brummer et al. : Conference papers