TA.1 Universality in the fragmentation/aggregation (clustering) process of solid
matter; characteristics of the self-organization process; implications in the
understanding of the differences between the generation process belonging to
certain structures (patterns) in non-living systems (structuring in gradient) and
living systems (bio-morphogenesis)
TA1.1 Universality properties in the fragmentation through dehydration and tearing
TA1.2 Modeling of processes with self-organized criticality; consequences within evolving
methods of objectification.
TA1.3 Methods of modeling and multi-parametric measuring of complex structures,
resulted from fragmentation/aggregation processes.
TA1.4 Methods of complex analysis (data mining) of temporal data series and of bi and
tri-dimensional structures generated through fragmentation/aggregation processes.
TA1.5 The study of the non-periodic fluctuations’ (noise) role as the starter of certain
processes, the synchronization and evolution of physical, chemical and biological