The main goal of the Workshop is to bring together specialists in mathematics and mathematical physics to exchange experience and knowledge about the recent developments in the field of Hamiltonian dynamics, nonholonomic mechanics and other related areas of science and to stimulate further research on these topics. Special attention will be given to application of the theories to practical problems and computer-aided analysis.
In the course of the International Conference GDIS2016 a presentation of OMNIwheel robots' tango took place. These robots are the result of the joint work of the Institute of Computer Science and the Laboratory of Nonlinear Analysis and the Design of New Types of Vehicles of UdSU.
This conference is orientated towards academic and engineering experts in nonlinear dynamics, nonholonomic mechanics, classical and applied mechanics, systems with friction, biomechanics and related elds, with the focus on the cutting-edge theoretical research and the interaction between theory and practice.