Nonlinear behaviour is ubiquitous in nature and the interdisciplinary field of Nonlinear Dynamics and complexity consists of a large body of theoretical and experimental work wit many applications. It is the aim of these new series to provide reviews of Nonlinear Dynamics and Complexity where researchers or newcomers to the field can find the most important up to date results, described in a fashion which breaks the barriers between the disciplines. Volume I covers the following topics:

- Nonlinear Dynamics Nanomechanical and Micromechanical Resonators.
- Delay Stabilization of Rotating Waves Without Odd Number Limitation
- Random Boolean Networks
- Return Intervals and Extreme Events in Persistent Time Series with Applications to Climate and Seismic Records
- Factorizable Language: From Dynamics to Biology
- Controlling Collective Synchrony by Feedback