Latest NEWS

June 14, 2024 The deadline of paper submission was was extended to June 22.
May 31, 2024 The deadline of paper submission was was extended to June 15.
May 1, 2024 Submission page has opened. Stylefiles were provided.
Apr 30, 2024 Please note that NOLTA2024 will be held in a face-to-face format.
Apr 15, 2024 The deadline of special session proposal was extended to Apr. 23.

About NOLTA2024

The 2024 International Symposium on Nonlinear Theory and Its Applications (NOLTA2024) will be held at Ha long Bay, Vietnam, Dec. 3–6, 2024.
NOLTA2024 will be in-person conference.

The objective of the symposium is to provide a forum for exchange of the latest results related to nonlinear theory and its applications. Papers describing original results in all aspects of nonlinear theory and its applications are invited. Topics include, but are not limited to:

Nonlinear Phenomena
- Chaos and Bifurcation
- Oscillations and Synchronization
- Chemical Reactions
Computational Intelligence
- Neural Networks
- Deep Learning and Artificial Intelligence
- Evolutionary Computation
- Fuzzy Systems
Engineering Applications
- Nonlinear Circuits and Systems
- Control Systems
- Communication Networks and Systems
- Signal Processing
- Applied Mathematics
Complex Networks/Systems
- Large-Scale Networks
- Social Dynamics
- Neuro Dynamics
- Mathematical Economics
Call for papers

Author's schedule

Apr 15 23, 2024 Extended!!
Deadline for Special Session proposals
May 1, 2024
Notification of acceptance for Special Sessions
June 22, 2024 Extended again!!
Deadline for submission of full papers for Regular and Special Sessions
Aug 11, 2024
Notification of acceptance for Regular and Special Session Papers
Sep 11, 2024
Deadline for submission of all camera-ready papers
Sep 11, 2024
Early registration
Nov 20, 2024
Late registration
Dec 3-6, 2024


Saigon-Halong Hotel

The NOLTA2024 will be held at Saigon-Halong Hotel in Ha Long Bay, Vietnam.
Hotel website

Paper Submission Guidelines

Preparation of Papers

1. LaTeX Style File and MS Word Template

For the convenience of LaTeX users, we provide a LaTeX style file (nolta2024.sty) which automatically formats the manuscript in accordance with the symposium requirements. A LaTeX sample file (nolta2024.tex) will show you how to use the style file. We also provide a Microsoft Word template (nolta2024.docx) and a sample paper in PDF format (nolta2024.pdf).

If you do not use these templates, please read the instructions below carefully and follow them as closely as possible in order to produce high-quality proceedings with common formatting for all papers.

2. Paper Format

Please prepare your paper in A4 format (210mm by 297mm). Set the top margin to 30mm except for the first page which begins 35mm from the top edge. Set the bottom margin to 30mm and the left and right margin to 20mm. Text, figures, tables, and references must be contained in a 170mm by 237mm area. All text must be in two-column format with 5mm column separation. The paper should not exceed four pages in length. Please do not put page numbers on your paper.

3. Typesetting

The text should be written with a font size of 10pt unless specified otherwise. Times New Roman font is recommended for consistency and readability both on screen and in print. Please do not use Asian fonts as this will make your manuscript unreadable for reviewers.

4. Title, Authors, and Affiliations

The title of the paper appears on the first page, centered over both columns, and is set in 14pt bold letters. The author names appear below the title in 12pt. The affiliations should be given below the author names in 10pt and contain full mailing address and email address.

5. Abstract

The paper should start with an abstract giving a short overview on the discussed matter and the presented results.

6. Section Headings

Section and subsection headings should appear in 10pt bold face, while subsubsection headings in 10pt italic face. The first letter of each major word must be capitalized.
ii) Alignment
All the headings should be aligned left.
iii) Numbering
Section, subsection, and subsubsection headings should be numbered with Arabic numerals.

7. Equations

Equations are centered and numbered consecutively with Arabic numerals in parentheses as follows:

8. References

A list of references should appear at the end of the paper. Number all references consecutively with Arabic numerals in square brackets. When referring to them in the text, type the corresponding reference number in square brackets as [1].

Creating PDF files

1. Software

As mentioned above, only electronic submission of papers in PDF format is accepted. There are several methods for creating PDF files: Adobe Distiller, PDFWriter, ps2pdf, dvipdfm, pdflatex, and so on. Generally, Adobe Distiller provides higher quality output than others, and is therefore preferred.

2. Embedding Fonts

All fonts must be embedded into the PDF file of your paper including the following standard 14 fonts:

  • Courier
  • Courier, Italic
  • Courier, Bold
  • Courier, Bold Italic
  • Arial MT
  • Arial MT, Italic
  • Arial MT, Bold
  • Arial MT, Bold Italic
  • Times New Roman PS MT
  • Times New Roman PS MT, Italic
  • Times New Roman PS MT, Bold
  • Times New Roman PS MT, Bold Italic
  • Symbol
  • ZapfDingbats
that come with Acrobat Reader, so that the file can be viewed correctly on any computer. The method of embedding fonts is different on various systems and PDF creation mechanisms; for example, in Adobe Disitller, choose Job Options and check Embed All Fonts. For authors using other software, please refer to your own help sources.

Before submission, please make sure that all fonts are embedded into the PDF file you have created. To view the font information for a PDF, open the file in an Acrobat Reader, go to the File menu, select Document Info, and then Fonts. The Font Info dialog box displays font information. If Used Font column is set to Embedded or Embedded Subset, it means that the font is correctly embedded.

3. File Protection

Please do neither password protect nor encrypt your PDF file so that we can insert headings and page numbers.

Submission of Papers

1. How to Submit

To submit your electronic manuscript, please visit Submission page and follow the given instructions.
Submission page

2. File Size

File size is strictly limited to 10 MB. Any file with the size bigger than 10 MB will be automatically rejected by the NOLTA2024 web submission system.

ORCID: Open Researcher and Contributor ID

[Important] ORCID iDs for ALL the authors are required for publication of your manuscript in the NOLTA2024 symposium proceedings.

ORCID is a 16-digit identifier that distinguishes you from other researchers. Please visit for more details. NOLTA2024 encourages authors to create their ORCID iDs. If you don’t already have an ORCID iD, you can register via https://orcidorg/register. Please enter the ORCID iDs for all the authors in the \orcid command like “\orcid{First Author: 0000-0000-0000-0000, Second Author: 1234-9999-9999-9999}” below the \maketitle command of the LATEX manuscrip The ORCID iDs will appear in the footnote on the first page of the paper and will help readers find related papers the authors have already published.

Student Paper Award

The NOLTA2024 Symposium Committee will present student paper awards. The award candidates should be a full student, and the first author and the presenter of the NOLTA2024 paper. In addition, the awarded paper should be a 4-page camera-ready manuscript. The selections of the awards are based on the quality, originality, and clarity of the paper and the presentation.

Plenary Talks

Special lectures

Person 1


University of Catania

Person 2

Yoshihiko HORIO

Tohoku Univeristy

Person 2

Nguyen Linh Trung

Vietnam National University

Call for Special Sessions

NOLTA2024 welcomes proposals for special sessions. Special Sessions consist of a group of papers having a common, unified theme. Persons wishing to organize a Special Session should submit a proposal in text format or PDF format to Special Session Chairs ( ) by Apr. 15, 2024.

Proposals should include:
  • Title of the proposed session.
  • Scope of the proposed session.
  • Special session organizer, affiliation, and e-mail.
  • List of, at least five (or four), prospective contributed papers. For each paper, the following items should be included: title, author(s), and contact information of the corresponding author.
The final camera-ready paper for each presentation in Special Sessions can be a one-page summary. Please note that the four-pages final camera-ready manuscript is necessary for a student to be eligible for paper awards (see Student Paper Awards page)


Mikio Hasegawa (Tokyo Univ Science)
Pham Thanh Huy (Phenikaa Univ)

Hiroo Sekiya (Chiba Univ)
Ngo Hong Son (Phenikaa Univ)

Tomoyuki Sasaki (Shonan Inst Tech)

Tohru Ikeguchi (Tokyo Univ Science)
Tadashi Tsubone (Nagaoka Univ Tech)
Won-Joo Hwang (Pusan National Univ)

Yoko Uwate (Tokushima Univ)

Hidehiro Nanano (Tokyo City Univ)
Vu Ngoc Hai (Phenikaa Univ)

Yuu Miino (Naruto Univ Education)
Takafumi Matsuura (Nippon Inst Tech)

Shoma Ohara (Tokyo Univ Tech)

Ryosuke Hosaka (Shibaura Inst Tech)
Nguyen Quoc Dinh (Phenikaa Univ)

Maki Arai (Tokyo Univ Science)

Kien Nguyen (Chiba Univ)
Luong Van Thien (Phenikaa Univ)

Takayuki Kimura (Nippon Inst Tech)
Yutaka Shimada (Saitama Univ)
Yoshikazu Yamanaka (Utsunomiya Univ)
Mai Xuan Trang (Phenikaa Univ)