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Nonlinear iterated maps are fundamental tools in dynamical systems theory. They compete advantageously with ordinary differential equations to model many processes in occurring in Physics, Engineering, Economics, Biology and other applied fields. Furthermore, when obtained as Poincaré sections of continuous time dynamical systems they often offer a much clearer way to understand the properties of the subjacent differential equations, especially when the dynamics includes complex non-periodic and chaotic evolutions. Therefore, the study of the properties and dynamical behavior of nonlinear maps as well as their applications constitutes an independent well-developed cross-disciplinary area of research. The aim of this International Workshop is to bring together researchers from all the disciplines working in this area, including mathematicians, physicists, engineers, biologists, etc. to exchange and share their recent findings and developing ideas.