IMS Past Conferences

 

Current Trends in Dynamical Systems and the Mathematical Legacy of Rufus Bowen
University of British Columbia
July 30, 2017 - August 4, 2017
This conference will focus on areas of current interest that are broadly related to the work of Rufus Bowen.

Conference website:

http://www.pims.math.ca/scientific-event/170730-ctdsmlrb-0

Confirmed Speakers:

Lewis Bowen, University of Texas at Austin
Jérôme Buzzi, Université Paris-Sud, Orsay
Jean-René Chazottes, CPHT, École Polytechnique
Vaughn Climenhaga, University of Houston
Ursula Hamenstädt, Universität Bonn
Mike Hochman, Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Anatole Katok, Pennsylvania State University
Ronnie Pavlov, University of Denver
Yakov Pesin, Pennsylvania State University
Mark Pollicott, University of Warwick
Enrique Pujals, IMPA
Ian Putnam, University of Victoria
David Ruelle, IHES
Omri Sarig, Weizmann Institute
Caroline Series, University of Warwick
Steve Smale, University of California at Berkeley
Masato Tsujii, Kyushu University
Benjamin Weiss, Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Lai-sang Young, Courant Institute, NYU

Organizing Committee:

John Franks, Northwestern University
Kostya Khanin, University of Toronto
François Ledrappier, University of Notre Dame and Université Paris 6
Douglas Lind, University of Washington
Brian Marcus, University of British Columbia

Summer Northwestern Analysis Program
Northwestern University, Illinois
July 24-August 11, 2017

Dear Colleagues,

I'd like to draw your attention to a summer school in analysis we are holding at Northwestern this summer.  It's a 3 week program starting on July 24, 2017.  The theme
is PDE, and there will be topics covered that should be of interest to any future/current researcher in dynamics!  (In fact, I'll be giving a general-audience talk about the Mandelbrot set in the first week.)

The first week of the program is aimed at advanced undergraduates, especially those who will enter graduate school in the Fall.  The second week is intended for beginning
graduate students, and the third week for advanced graduate students and postdocs.  

More details are available on the website:

http://www.math.northwestern.edu/SNAP2017/

In particular, there is a (soft) deadline of March 1 for registration.  

Funding is available for US citizens and permanent residents.

Organizing Committee

Workshop on New Frontiers in Complex Dynamics: From One to Several Variable
The Fields Institute, Toronto Canada
July 17-21, 2017

We are happy to announce a workshop “New frontiers in Complex Dynamics: from one to several variables”. The workshop will take place on July 17 - 21, 2017 at the Fields Institute, Toronto, Canada.

Please see the web page of the workshop at
http://www.fields.utoronto.ca/activities/workshops/workshop-new-frontiers-complex-dynamics-one-several-variables
for further details.

We expect to have a limited amount of financial support available for qualified junior participants. A registration link will soon appear on the web page.

The Organizers:
Araceli Bonifant, University of Rhode Island,
Luna Lomonaco, University of São Paulo
Eva Uhre, Roskilde University
Michael Yampolsky, University of Toronto

6th Pingree Park Dynamics Workshop, Foundations and Frontiers in Symbolic Dynamics
Pingree Park, Colorado
July 17 - 20, 2017

Applications are now being accepted for the 6th Pingree Park Dynamical Systems Workshop, July 17th-20th, 2017. (See instructions below.) The focus will be on topological dynamics and ergodic theory, with a particular emphasis on symbolic dynamics. We will have three minicourses given by Emmanuel Jeandel (University of Lorraine), Anthony Quas (University of Victoria), and Ayse Sahin (Wright State University), as well as assorted shorter talks. More information can be found at the conference webpage at http://math.du.edu/~rpavlov/Pingree2017/

Funding comes from NSF grant DMS-1700430 and the University of Denver. Local costs for participants will be covered - transportation from the University of Denver to Pingree Park on July 16th, transportation from Pingree Park to Denver International Airport on July 21th, and room and board at Pingree Park. Some limited amount of funding is available to support travel; graduate students and early-career mathematicians will receive top priority for funding.

To apply, please send the following information to Nic Ormes (normes@du.edu):

1.  A current CV with publication list

2.  Whether you would be interested in speaking

3.  Whether or not you would request travel funding from us

If you are a graduate student and don't have a CV, you can omit this, but make sure to include your name, institution, and Ph.D. advisor.

Due to the limited space at the facility, the number of participants will be limited to 36. Applications must be submitted by FEBRUARY 10, 2017 to receive full consideration, though they may be sent at any time. We hope to start selecting participants shortly thereafter.

Organizers
  1. Nic Ormes (organizer), University of Denver
  2. Ronnie Pavlov (organizer), University of Denver

Italy is the place to be for young and old dynamicists this coming June 2017. Three amazing events one after the other in Rome, Pisa and Trieste.

5-9 June, Fifth Workshop of the DinAmici, Rome  
12-16 June, School on Hyperbolic Dynamics, Pisa  
19-23 June, Workshop on Hyperbolic Dynamics, Trieste

Further details below and on the websites.
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The Fifth Workshop of the DinAmicI (http://www.dinamici.org) will take place in Rome from the 5th to the 9th of June 2017 and will be sponsored and hosted by INdAM (the Italian National Institute for Advanced Mathematics).

Title: “INdAM Workshop - DinAmicI V - Modern Trends in the Ergodic Theory of Dynamical Systems”

Among the guest speakers: A. Bufetov, L. Bunimovich, J.-R. Chazottes, D. Dolgopyat, N. Frantzikinakis, V. Kaloshin, S. Luzzatto, S. Marmi, M.J. Pacifico, Ya. Sinai, D. Szasz, S. Vaienti, L.-S. Young, H.-K. Zhang

Scientific Committee: C. Liverani, Ya. Sinai, L.-S. Young
Organizing Committee: C. Bonanno, M. Lenci, A. Sorrentino

Temporary website: http://www.altamatematica.it/en/node/521 <http://www.altamatematica.it/en/node/521>
More info: claudio.bonanno@unipi.it <mailto:claudio.bonanno@unipi.it>, marco.lenci@unibo.it <mailto:marco.lenci@unibo.it>, sorrentino@mat.uniroma2.it <mailto:sorrentino@mat.uniroma2.it>
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School on Hyperbolic Dynamics - Centro di Ricerca Matematica Ennio de Giorgi - Pisa

This is an advanced school on hyperbolic dynamics and related topics. Subjects include SRB measures, non-uniformly hyperbolic diffeomorphisms, statistical properties, Young towers, coupling arguments.

The school will feature four minicourses, given by:
        • Dmitry Dolgopyat (University of Maryland)
        • Stefano Luzzatto (ICTP Trieste)
        • Yakov Pesin (Pennsylvania State University)
        • Federico Rodriguez-Hertz (Pennsylvania State University)
Additionally there will be several research seminars, and possibly short contributed talks by some of the participants.

Some funds are available to offer financial support to a limited number of selected students and young researchers.
The deadline for application is 12th April 2017.

Planned in conjunction with this school, a workshop on hyperbolic dynamics will take place at ICTP, Trieste the following week 19-23 June 2017.
Registration, participation and funding for the two events are independent of each other.
Details of the workshop can be found at http://indico.ictp.it/event/7970/.
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The Abdus Salam International Centre for Theoretical Physics (ICTP), Trieste is organizing a Workshop in Hyperbolic Dynamics with an emphasis on topics that have benefited from the seminal contributions of Yakov Pesin, on the occasion of his 70th birthday.

The workshop will take place at ICTP, Trieste on 19-23 June 2017 and will include lectures by internationally renowned speakers who have led the progress in the field over several decades. There will be ample opportunities for interaction and discussion amongst participants of all levels of experience.

The workshop is organized in conjunction with a school in Hyperbolic Dynamics which will be held on 12-16 June 2017 at the Centro di Ricerca Matematica Ennio de Giorgi, Pisa, with mini-courses by D. Dolgopyat (Maryland), S. Luzzatto (ICTP), Y. Pesin (Penn State), F. Rodriguez-Hertz (Penn State) and some invited seminars. Details can be found on the website of the school at: http://crm.sns.it/event/410/
Registration, participation and funding for the two events are independent of each other.
 

Families of Algebraic Dynamical Systems
Rennes, France
June 12 - 16, 2017

List of speakers

Mini-courses :

  • Bertrand Deroin (Ecole Normale Supérieure, Paris)
  • Charles Favre (Ecole Polytechnique, Palaiseau)
  • Laura de Marco (Northwestern University, Chicago)

Talks :

  • François Berteloot (Toulouse)
  • Romain Dujardin (Université Paris 6)
  • Alexander Gamburd (City University of New-York)
  • Thomas Gauthier (Université de Picardie Jules Verne, Amiens)
  • Martin Hils (Paris)
  • Sarah Koch (Ann Harbor)
  • Holly Krieger (Cambridge University)
  • Juan Rivera-Letelier (Rochester)
  • Curt McMullen (Cambridge, US)
  • Thomas Scanlon (Berkeley University)
  • Tom Tucker (Rochester)
  • Junyi Xie (Université de Rennes 1)

Organization board: Serge Cantat, Christophe Dupont

Scientific board: Matthew Baker, Eric Bedford, Serge Cantat, Christophe Dupont, Mattias Jonsson

Dynamics Beyond Uniform Hyperbolicity
Provo, Utah
June 5 - 16, 2017

In the last 25 years, the body of research about smooth dynamical systems beyond the uniformly hyperbolic setting has grown substantially and at a rapid pace. Every 2-3 years since 2001, a workshop has been held to disseminate new results, establish connections between researchers, and train new generations of early career mathematicians. Carefully chosen mini-courses and a small number of invited talks allow ample time for informal collaboration. Previous workshops have been held in Evanston, 2001Buzios, 2003, Chicago, 2006, Beijing, 2009, Luminy, 2011, Bedlewo, 2013, and Olmue, 2015.

A Conference in memory of Jean-Christophe Yoccoz
College de France, Paris
May 29 - 31, 2017 - Conference on Dynamical Systems
June 1, 2017 - Large Audience tribute to J.-C. Yoccoz

A conference on dynamical systems in the memory of Jean-Christophe Yoccoz will be held at Paris (Collège de France) from may 29th to 31st 2017.
It will be followed by a (large audience) tribute on June 1st.

Additional informations are available at
        http://dynamique2017.math.cnrs.fr/
Due to the limited size of the conference room, we kindly ask you to register as soon as possible.

Partial funding support will be possible.  The applications should be made on the registration form.

We look forward to meeting you for this event.

Sincerely,

Pierre Berger, Sylvain Crovisier, Carlos Matheus.



Complex Geometry, Dynamical Systems and Foliation Theory
IMS, National University of Singapore
May 1 - 26, 2017

This program concerns the recent developments in Complex Analysis and its Applications. Among a very large choice of topics, we will focus on those related to Pluripotential Theory.

The Pluripotential Theory, a branch of Complex Analysis, was founded in the ’50s by Lelong and Oka. It became a very important and powerful tool  with connections with many mathematical theories: Complex Analysis, Complex Differential Geometry, Complex Algebraic Geometry, Dynamics, Foliations and also in Mathematical Physics. The aim of this program is to bring together experts  who are working in these  topics with interest in pluripotential theory. It will give them an opportunity to learn the recent results and to share their new ideas.

Beside informal discussions and seminars, we will organize a week of mini courses (accessible to PhD students, young researchers and non-experts) and also a one week conference. We would like to emphasize the following research directions:

  • Complex dynamics in higher dimension;
  • Pluripotential techniques in the theory of holomorphic foliations;
  • Bergman kernels and its applications;
  • Problems from complex geometry, complex analysis (e.g. Kobayashi hyperbolicity, Nevanlinna theory, manifolds with special Kaehler metrics) and other problems from mathematical physics.

Organizing Committee

 


2017 Spring Topology and Dynamical Systems Conference
Jersey City, NJ
March 8 - 11, 2017

The conference will be held at the university's Harborside campus at Exchange Place, which is conveniently located minutes away from the World Trade Center in New York City.

The conference will feature 6 special sessions on Continuum Theory (dedicated to Sam B. Nadler), Dynamical Systems, Set-Theoretic Topology, Geometric Topology, Geometric Group Theory, Topology and Computer Science. Additionally Achim Jung will conduct an introductory workshop on Topology and Computer Science. 

Confirmed invited speakers representing these sessions include:

Alex Clark, University of Leicester (UK)
Dave Constantine, Wesleyan University 
Pallavi Dani, Lousiana State University
Alan Dow, University of North Carolina Charlotte 
Andrey Gogolev , Binghamton University  
Achim Jung, University of Birmingham (UK)
Ralph Kopperman, City College of New York  
Jimmie Lawson, Louisiana State University 
Benjamin Linowitz, Oberlin College 
Kathryn Mann, UC Berkeley 
Alexei Miasnikov, Stevens Institute of Technology
Chris Mouron, Rhodes College 
Lex Oversteegen, University of Alabama at Birmingham
Janusz Prajs, Sacramento State University
Brian Raines, Baylor University 
Nikita Selinger, Stony Brook University
Alessandro Sisto, ETH Zurich (Switzerland) 
Daniel Soukup, University of Vienna (Austria)
Santi Spadaro, University of Sao Paulo (Brazil)
 

ETH-ITS Winter School on "Conservative Dynamics"
Engelberg, Switzerland
February 5-11, 2017

Courses:

- Bassam Fayad (Institut de Mathématiques de Jussieu & CNRS, Paris) 
"Quasi-periodic Birkhoff sums in smooth ergodic theory"

- Marcel Guardia (Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, Barcelona) 
"Oscillatory motions in the three body problem"

- Vadim Kaloshin (University of Maryland and ETH-ITS Zürich) 
"Stochastic Arnol’d diffusion"

- Alfonso Sorrentino (Università di Roma “Tor Vergata”) 
"Birkhoff Billiards" 

ORGANIZERS: M. Guardia, V. Kaloshin and A. Sorrentino.
marcel.guardia@upc.edu
vadim.kaloshin@gmail.com
sorrentino@mat.uniroma2.it
16th Annual Wolff Memorial Lecture
Caltech, California
January 31, 2017 - February 6, 2017

Lecture 1 - Tuesday, January 31, 2017 at 4 PM in 151 Sloan
Lecture 2 - Thursday, February 2, 2017 at 4 PM in 151 Sloan
Lecture 3 - Monday, February 6, 2017 at 4 PM in 151 Sloan


Contact Michelle Vine vine@caltech.edu at x3817

Sponsored by:
 
Workshop: Fractals in Geometry and Dynamics
CUNY Graduate Center, New York
January 20, 2017
 

CONFIRMED SPEAKERS:


For questions please contact SERGIY MERENKOV (smerenkov@ccny.cuny.edu)
16th Annual Wolff Memorial Lecture

New Trends in One dimensional Dynamics, celebrating the 70th birthday of Welington de Melo
IMPA., Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
November 14-18, 2016

Scientific Committee:
Artur Ávila(IMPA)
Carlos Gustavo T. De A. Moreira (IMPA)
Alejandro Kocsard (Federal University Fluminense)
Maria José Pacifico (Federal University of Rio de Janeiro)

Organizing Committee:
Maria José Pacifico (Federal University of Rio de Janeiro)
Pablo Guarino (Federal University Fluminense)

Midwest Dynamical Systems Seminar 2016
IUPUI (Indianapolis, IN), November 4—6, 2016


The 2016 Midwest Dynamical Systems Meeting will take place November 4 - 6 at IUPUI (Indianapolis, IN). 

Speakers:

Leonid Bunimovich, (Georgia Institute of Technology)
Tomasz Downarowicz, (Wrocław University of Technology)
Alex Furman, (UIC)
Joanna Furno, (IUPUI)
Patrick Hooper, (CUNY)
Kathryn Lindsey, (U Chicago)
Olga Lukina, (UIC)
Kevin Pilgrim, (IU, Bloomington)
Samuel Roth, (Silesian University, Opava)
 
Organizing Committee:

Joanna Furno
Will Geller
Michal Misiurewicz
Rodrigo Pérez
Roland Roeder
Joe Rosenblatt

Workshop on Holomorphic Dynamics, Geometry of Julia Sets in One or More Complex Variables
September 29, 2016  - October 2, 2016
Søminestationen in Holbæk, University of Roskilde, Denmark

With last year being an exception, we resume the tradition of a yearly workhop and Ph.D.-course in holomorphic dynamics held at the Søminestationen in Holbæk Denmark. The theme of the workshop is Geometry of Julia sets in one or more complex variables, and it will be held September 29. to October 2. 2016.

You can register from the workshop's homepage
http://www2.mat.dtu.dk/people/Christian.Henriksen/GeomJulia/index.html
until Thursday September 15.
 

Summer 2016 Workshop
Connections Between Complex Dynamics, Statistical Physics, and Limiting Spectra of Self-similar Group Actions

Indiana University Purdue University, Indianapolis, IN
August 15-19, 2016

This workshop will bring together people from the three fields in hopes of stimulating interaction and new progress.
 

Speakers:

Eric Bedford                     (SUNY Stony Brook)
Pavel Bleher                     (IUPUI)
Sandrine Daurat                (U. Michigan)
Jeffrey Diller                      (Notre Dame)
Tanya Firsova                    (Kansas State U.)
John Hubbard                    (Cornell University and Université de Provence)
Volodymyr  Nekrashevych  (Texas A&M)
Dmytro Savchuk                (University of South Florida)
Robert Shrock*                  (SUNY Stony Brook)
Tzu-Chieh Wei                   (SUNY Stony Brook)
Mei Yin                             (University of Denver)
Andrzej Zuk                       (Université Paris 7)

* to be confirmed.

Monday and Tuesday (8/15 and 8/16) are dedicated to learning talks BY AND FOR grad students and postdocs.  We will provide those who would like to speak with a list of possible topics and appropriate material for learning the topics.

Wednesday (8/17) will have mini-courses by experts in the three fields, meant for everyone, including established researchers in each of the three fields.

Thursday and Friday (8/18 and 8/19) are dedicated to research talks, which are still meant to be accessible to people in all three areas.

Travel Support:  We have travel support available for US-based people from the National Science Foundation grant DMS-1348589, with priority given to graduate students, postdocs, and other early career mathematicians.  Please apply by June 15 for full consideration.

If you wish to participate, please send an email to Scott Kaschner at skaschne@butler.edu indicating:

1) What days you would like to attend,

2) If you are asking for travel support (please apply by June 15),

3) If you would like to give a learning talk on Monday and Tuesday (Graduate students and postdocs only), and

4) Your Ph.D. advisor (Graduate students and postdocs only).

For more details:

http://www.math.iupui.edu/~rroeder/2016workshop.html

Organizing committee:

Joanna Furno (IUPUI)
Scott Kaschner (Butler University)
Rodrigo Perez (IUPUI)
Roland Roeder (IUPUI)

 
 
Special Session: Holomorphic Dynamics - AMS Spring Eastern Sectional Meeting
Stony Brook University
March 19-20, 2016

The AMS Sectional Meeting at Stony Brook University will take place on March 19-20, 2016 in Stony Brook, NY. The Institute for Mathematical Sciences is organizing a special session on "Holomorphic Dynamics" with emphasis on the interplay between one dimensional dynamics and dynamics in several complex variables. At this meeting there will be four blocks for the special session on Holomorphic Dynamics (Saturday AM, Saturday PM, Sunday AM, Sunday PM) with each block being 3 hours long.

More information about this meeting and about all special sessions can be found on the AMS website. The meeting at Stony Brook is #1118 and the code of our special session on Holomorphic Dynamics is SS 4A.

Speakers will include:

Special Session Organizers:

Teichmuller Modular Groups: A Celebration of Nikolai Ivanov's 60th Birthday
University of Chicago
March 20-22, 2015

Conference Speakers: 

Soren Galatius (Stanford)
Richard Hain (Duke)
Ursula Hamenstadt (Bonn)
Eduard Looijenga (Utrecht and Tsinghua)
Dan Margalit (Georgia Tech)
Andrew Putman (Rice)
Oscar Randal-Williams (Cambridge)
Ulrike Tillmann (Oxford) 

A pre-conference Colloquium will be given on March 20 at 4pm by Yakov Eliashberg (Stanford)

We hope to have some support available for junior participants -- please, register and apply at our web page
  
            www.math.sunysb.edu/nickfest/

Organizers: Yasha Eliashberg, Benson Farb and Misha Lyubich
Winter School and Symposium on Diffusion on Fractals and Nonlinear Dynamics
University Bremen, Germany
March 24-April 2, 2015


Mini-course speakers and topics will (hopefully) include

•                      Analysis on Fractals by J. Kigami (Kyoto University, Japan)
•                      Diffusion and Symmetry by I. Melbourne (University of Warwick, UK)
•                      Diffusion on Fractals by B. Hambly (University of Oxford, UK)
•                      Quasicrystals by J. Kellendonk (Université Claude Bernard, France)
•                      Spatial and Temporal Chaos by S. Zelik (University of Surrey, UK)
•                      Stability of Non-linear Waves by M. Beck (Boston University, USA)
 
We are also planning on having the following plenary speakers:

•                      K. Hatrori (Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan)
•                      U. R. Freiberg (Universität Stuttgart, Germany)
•                      M. Keßeböhmer (Universität Bremen, Germany)
•                      S. Kombrink (Universität Bremen, Germany)
•                      D. Lenz (Universität Jena, Germany)
•                      E. J. Pearse (CalPoly SLO, USA)

The structure of the event will also allow for participants to give a presentation on their current research if they wish.  More information about
the event can be found at www.wis-dfnd.math.uni-bremen.de.  If you would like to register for the Winter School and Symposium please send an email to
either one of the organisers or Kathryn Lorenz (sekr-ks@math.uni-bremen.de ) with tentative dates of arrival and departure.

 

Workshop on Dynamical Systems and Related Topics
The annual Maryland-Penn State Spring Dynamics Meeting will take place in College Park, MD during the period from April 18--20, 2015.

Speakers:

  • Maxim Arnold - University of Illinois
  • Tim Austin - Courant
  • Jacopo De Simoi - University of Toronto
  • Bryna Kra - Northwestern
  • Raphael Krikorian - Jussieu
  • Francois Ledrappier - University of Notre Dame
  • Mark Levi - Penn State University
  • Marco Martens - Stony Brook
  • Carlos Matheus - Paris XIII
  • Ronnie Pavlov - University of Denver
  • Federico Rodriguez Hertz - Penn State University
  • Rodrigo Trevino - Courant
Low dimensional geometric dynamics
Pisa, Italy
April 20 - April 24, 2015

The Centro di Ricerca Matematica Ennio De Giorgi, , Pisa 
is happy to announce the workshop “Low dimensional geometric dynamics”,
which will be held in Pisa, Italy, from April 20 to 24, 2015. 

The aim of the workshop is to gather experts working on low dimensional dynamics from different perspectives.

Invited speakers:

Patrick Bernard
Barney Bramham
Keith Burns
Gonzalo Contreras
Daniel Cristofaro-Gardiner
Sylvain Crovisier 
Joel Fish
Marian Gidea
Viktor Ginzburg 
Doris Hein
Umberto Hryniewicz
Renato Iturriaga
Gerhard Knieper
Anatole Katok
Enrique Pujals
Federico Rodriguez Herz
Martín Sambarino
Jan Philip Schröder

Scientific Committee

Alberto Abbondandolo
Helmut Hofer
Patrice Le Calvez

For more information see: http://www.crm.sns.it/event/339/

Participation is open to everybody, but participants are kindly requested to register here. There is no registration fee. The Secretariat of the De Giorgi Center will be glad to give you any practical information and logistic support.

Looking forward to seeing you in Pisa.

Stefano Marmi
Director
Research Term on Analysis and Geometry in Metric Spaces
Madrid, Spain
April 1 - June 30, 2015

We are organizing a series of activities at ICMAT which will bring together a number of first rank specialists in this growing trend. They consist of four introductory courses to this subject, a series of seminars and one large workshop. The courses will be delivered in May by


A. Lytchak, Spaces with upper curvature bounds
J. Kinnunen, Variational problems with linear growth on metric measure spaces
L. Ambrosio, New developments on calculus on metric measure spaces
N. Shanmugalingam, Introduction to Sobolev spaces of functions in metric measure spaces

Please visit the web page

http://www.icmat.es/RT/AGMS2015/

for more information. A printable poster can be downloaded from

http://www.icmat.es/RT/AGMS2015/poster_madrid.pdf

The organization will offer a number of grants for young researchers covering lodging up to six weeks, including the introductory courses and the workshop. Deadline for applications is February, 6th.

 

Advances in Qualitative Theory of Differential Equations
Tarragona, Spain
April 20 - 24, 2015

The (closed) list of confirmed speakers is:


*De Maeeschalck (Hasselt University)
*Antoni Ferragut (Universitat Jaume I)
*Jean-P. Françoise (Université de Paris VI)
*Gianluca Gorni (Universita di Udine)
*Maite Grau (Universitat de Lleida)
*Maoan Han (Shangai Normal University)
*Jibin Li (Zhejiang Normal University)
*Jaume Llibre (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona)
*Pavao Mardesic (Université de Bourgogne)
*Dimitry Novikov (Weizmann Institute of Science)
*Rafael Ortega (Universidad de Granada)
*Fedor Pakovich (Ben Gurion University of the Negev)
*Daniel Panazzolo (Université de Haute-Alsace)
*Pablo Pedregal (Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha)
*Rafel Prohens (Universitat de les Illes Balears)
*Robert Roussarie (Université de Bourgogne)
*Marco Sabatini (Universita di Trento)
*Douglas S. Shafer (University of North Carolina)
*Josef Yomdin (Weizmann Institute of Science)
*Xiang Zhang (Shangai Jiao-Tong University)

The scientific committee is formed by:

* Francesc Mañosas (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona)
* Hector Giacomini (Université de Tours, France)
* Chengzhi Li (Peking University, China)

The main objective of this conference is to show the recent developments in qualitative theory of differential equations, especially in low dimension, and their applications to different branches of science. Thus, lectures will be devoted to current topics in bifurcation theory, Abelian integrals, control on the
number of periodic orbits, Hilbert 16th problem, oscillations of the time function, Abel equations, integrability and related topics.

It is planned the participation of around 50 researchers. The event aims to create a relaxed atmosphere, with few lectures and free time between them for fruitful discussions.

In few days we will update the information in the web page of the conference about conference fee, deadlines for poster submissions,
payments, accommodation hotels,... Then you will receive a second announcement.

Best regards,
Toni, Armengol, Joan and Jordi

Complex Analysis & Dynamical Systems VII
Nahariya, Israel
May 10-15, 2015

Bar-Ilan University, Ramat-Gan, Israel, 
ORT Braude College, Karmiel, Israel and University of South Florida, Tampa, USA announce an International Conference
Complex Analysis & Dynamical Systems VII  which will be held on May 10 - 15, 2015, at Carlton Hotel in Nahariya, Israel.
 

The conference will emphasize different areas of Mathematical Analysis including Complex Analysis, Dynamical Systems, Geometric Function Theory, Hamiltonian Dynamics, Partial Differential equations, Harmonic Analysis, General Relativity and Einstein Equations. It will provide a venue for both established and junior scholars to interact with each other.

We intend to publish the Proceedings of the Conference in the AMS Series Contemporary Mathematics.

The deadline for submitting an abstract is March 1, 2015, and April 1, 2015 for registration.

Please take into account that the registration fee is  $215  up to April 1The registration will be continued after that but with the fee equal to $260.

Abstracts should be sent by e-mail to cads@braude.ac.il in Latex and PDF files. The registration form and the ​are payments methods available in the
conference website.

There is a discounted rate for the participants of the conference at the New Carlton Hotel, Nahariya. You may  book a room at this hotel by sending  an
inquiry to:sales@carlton-hotel.co.il

We anticipate a limited NSF support to be available for the U.S. participants on a first come first serve basis with the preference given to young researchers and scientists with no other means of support.

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Please follow further information on the conference website. Do not hesitate to contact us if you have any inquiry.
 

A DYNAMICAL SYSTEMS, ERGODIC THEORY AND PROBABILITY CONFERENCE
DEDICATED TO THE MEMORY OF NIKOLAI CHERNOV
​University of Alabama at Birmingham
May 18 - May 20, 2015

 

The conference is intended to be a celebration of Kolya Chernov's life and his many achievements.

The web-site for the conference can be found at

http://people.cas.uab.edu/~ablokh/c-c-2015/

You can learn about the conference and submit your abstracts using the link above (except for the registration page and pages with local information the web-site is fully operational).

The conference has been recommended for an NSF grant, contingent on current congressional budget expectations. Upon final approval, we intend to offer partial support  for all participants giving a talk at the conference.

For your convenience we include below an updated version of the full announcement of the conference (please notice a slightly expanded list of main speakers).

We aim at bringing together senior and young scholars who are working in the areas of dynamical systems, ergodic theory and probability. The participants will be exposed to the most recent developments and will participate in fruitful scientific exchanges.  We hope that this will lead to new developments and discoveries.

Thus far, the following distinguished researchers all have tentatively agreed to give one-hour plenary lectures.

Leonid Bunimovich, Georgia Tech
Dmitry Dolgopyat, University of Maryland
Anatole Katok, Penn State
Konstantin Khanin, Toronto
Joel Lebowitz, Rutgers
Russell Lyons, Indiana University, Bloomington
Roberto Markarian, Uruguay
Yakov Pesin, Penn State
Nandor Simanyi, UAB
Domokos Szasz, Budapest

In addition to the invited lectures, there will be three 30-minute sessions held in parallel on each of the three afternoons that are available.

Looking forward to seeing you in Birmingham,

Alexander Blokh Paul Jung Lex Oversteegen

Metrical and dynamical facets of complex analysis
Universite Lille, France
May 18 - May 22, 2015


We are pleased to invite you to participate in the Spring School at the Laboratoire Paul Painlevé, Lille, May 18-22, 2015.

Marco Abate (Università di Pisa), Anders Karlsson (Université de Genève) and Hervé Pajot (Institut Fourier, Grenoble) will give 6 hours lectures (each) on
the interactions of metric geometry, dynamical systems, and complex analysis. To get more information about this Spring School, please go to the following
web page:

http://www.mathconf.org/casslille2015

Registration is free but mandatory, before March 9th.  Note that we may have some (limited number of) financial supports for the
accommodation of young people (PhD, postdocs). In case you ask for a support, please indicate it during the registration.

Looking very much forward to seeing you in Lille,

The organisers,
Juan-Carlos Alvarez-Paiva, Léa Blanc-Centi, Landry Lavoine, Christian Miebach
 

Chaos, Complexity and Transport  (CCT'15)
Marseilles, France
June 1 - 5, 2015

The scope of the conference is to discuss shared phenomena in nonlinear dynamics related to chaos,  transport and complexity. A strong emphasis will
be put on the  interdisciplinary character of the conference. In the spirit of its interdisciplinary character, we encourage contributions from the
following  fields:

    * Chaos
    * Nonlinear Physics
    * transport
    * complex system
    * self-organization
    * Hamiltonian systems
    * mixing
    * quantum chaos
    * control
    * fluid mechanics
    * plasma physics
    * nonlinear optics

The invited speakers are:

     V. Afraimovich (Univ. San Luis Potosi, Mexico)**
     I. Aronson (Argonne Nat. Lab., USA)
     R. Artuso (University of Insubria, Italy)
     E. Clément (ESPCI, France)
     L. Cugliandolo (Univ. Pierre et Marie Curie, France)
     P. Cvitanovic (Georgia Tech, USA)
     D. Del Castillo Negrete (Oak Ridge Nat. Lab., USA)
     S. Fauve (ENS Paris, Fance)
     P. Ghendrih (IRFM, CEA, France)
     D. Guery-Odelin (Université Paul Sabatier, France)
     E. Kanso (Univ. Southern. Ca., USA)
     A. Politi (University of Aberdeen, UK)**
     S. Prants (Pacific Oceanological Institute, Russia)
     V. Rom Kedar (Weizmann Institute, Israël) **
     C. Sire (LPT, Univ. Paul Sabatier and CNRS, France)
     V. Steinberg (Weizmann Institute, Israël)
     A. Verga (Aix-Marseille Université, France)
     L. S. Young (CIMS, NYU, USA) **
     M. Zaks (Humbolt University of Berlin, Germany)

** To be Confirmed

Rocky Mountain Dynamical Systems Conference
Provo, Utah
June 8 - 11, 2015

The Department of Mathematics at Brigham Young University (BYU) and the National Science Foundation (NSF) announce the Rocky Mountain Dynamical Systems Conference to be held June 8-11, 2015 in Provo Utah.

The conference aims to bring together both senior and junior mathematicians from various aspects of dynamical systems.  There will be substantial time left open for collaboration as well as lectures from the following individuals:

Mike Boyle (Maryland)
Leonid Bunimovich (Georgia Tech)
Francesco Cellarosi (Illinois)
Alex Grigo (Oklahoma)
Federico Rodriguez Hertz (Penn State)
Boris Kalinin (Penn State)
Kevin Mcgoff (Duke)
Rick Moeckel (Minnesota)
Garteth Roberts (Holy Cross)
Victoria Sadovskaya (Penn State)
Skyler Simmons (Brigham Young University)
Kurt Vinhage (Penn State)
Alan Veliz (Houston)
Amie Wilkinson (Chicago)
Kelly Yancey (Maryland)
Houngkun Zhang (Houston)
Yuri Bakhtin (Courant)

In addition to the invited lectures there are still some slots available for additional lectures.  The conference is supported by the NSF and BYU.  There will be funding available for travel and local support especially for junior mathematicians.  More information on funding will be forthcoming.

The webpage for the conference is https://math.byu.edu/~tfisher/sites/rmdsc15index.html and the conference email is rocky15@mathematics.byu.edu.

We hope you can make it to the conference and look forward to seeing you in Provo.

Lennard Bakker
Jon Chaika

Ergodic theory and combinatorics
June 8, 2015 - June 12, 2015
University of Agder, Kristiansand, Norway

 
The main theme of the conference is Ramsey theory. 
 
The speaker list is almost finalized and will be found soon at the webpage above.  The number of speakers will be about 25.
The participants' list can also be found on the webpage, and will be regularly updated.
If you wish to participate, please fill out the registration form at the above webpage.  The direct link to registration is https://eras.uia.no/reg.php?id=1370 .
Limited support is available.  Besides supporting the speakers, we give preference to junior mathematicians, minorities, women  as a requirement of our sponsors.   We expect to be able to give local support to a total of about 60 people, and travel support to a total of about 40 people.   If you wish to apply for support,  please do so at the appropriate place on the registration page.  
 
If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact the organizers at ergcomb2015@googlegroups.com . 
 
On behalf of the organizers,
 
Máté Wierdl
The University of Memphis

Third Palis-Balzan International Symposium on Dynamical Systems
June 14 - 20, 2015
Institut Henri Poincaré, Paris, France

Organizing Committee

Sylvain Crovisier (CNRS) 
Jacob Palis (IMPA)
Carlos Matheus Santos (CNRS)
Jean-Christophe Yoccoz (Collège de France)

Scientific Committee

Artur Avila (IMPA and CNRS)
Sylvain Crovisier (CNRS) 
Mikhail Lyubich (SUNY at Stony Brook - USA)
Welington de Melo (IMPA)
Carlos Gustavo Moreira (IMPA) 
Jacob Palis (IMPA) 
Enrique Pujals (IMPA) 
Carlos Matheus Santos (CNRS) 
Marcelo Viana (IMPA) 
Jean-Christophe Yoccoz (Collège de France)

Group Representations in Dynamical Systems and Geometry
June 29, 2015 - July 3, 2015
Marseille, France

School and Workshop on 
GROUP REPRESENTATIONS IN DYNAMICAL SYSTEMS AND GEOMETRY will take place at CIRM from June 29th to July 3rd 2015, under the auspices of the A*Midex foundation.

The school will comprise two short courses by A. Nevo (Haifa) and A. Valette (Neuchâtel).

The workshop will consists of a series of invited lectures by:

J.-P. Anker (Orléans)
J. Aramayona (Toulouse)
P. Biane (Marne-la-Vallée)
P. Bourgade (Harvard)
M. Cowling (New South Wales)
R. Grigorchuk (College Station)
V. Kaimanovich (Ottawa)
Y. Kondratiev (Bielefeld)
A. Lubotzky (Jerusalem) -- TBC
J. Marché (Paris)
T. Shirai (Fukuoka)
B. Solomyak (Washington) -- TBC
A. Soshnikov (Davis)
T. Steger (Sassari)
Y. Yamashita (Nara)

There will be no registration fee to attend the school and workshop, but, given the limited amount of lodging at CIRM, we ask all those willing to
participate to pre-register as soon as possible at the conference website:

https://www.i2m.univ-amu.fr/~paoluzzi/bufetov.html

Please note that, subsequently, a formal registration will be required at the CIRM website; we need the pre-registration, however, in order to book the CIRM housing.

A limited amount of funding will be available for students only upon request, on a first come-first served basis.

The organisers:
A. Bufetov, M. G. Kuhn, L. Paoluzzi, & Y. Qui.
Dynamical Developments: a conference in Complex Dynamics and Teichmüller theory
Jacobs University, Bremen
August 17 - 21, 2015


In honor of the 70th birthday of John H. Hubbard
Ergodic Theory, Fractals and Groups
Israeli Institute for Advanced Studies, Jerusalem, Israel
October 11 - 15, 2015

The main theme of this conference is Ergodic Theory, its many facets, and their connections to multiple branches of mathematics, with an
emphasis on new and emerging directions.  The conference will be an opportunity to celebrate over 50 years of Ergodic Theory in Israel and
the occasion of Hillel Furstenberg’s 80th birthday.

2015 Midwest Dynamical Systems Seminar
Columbus, Ohio
October 30 - November 1, 2015


Ist Announcement:

The 2015 Midwest Dynamics Meetings will take place October 30th-November 1st at the Ohio State University.  The (provisional) list of speakers is:
 
Lewis Bowen (University of Texas)
Keith Burns (Northwestern)
Jon Chaika (Utah)
Jana Rodriguez Hertz (IMERL, Uruguay)
Yakov Pesin (Penn State)
Charles Pugh (UC Berkeley)
Don Saari (UC Irvine)
Anush Tserunyan (UIUC)
Zhiren Wang (Penn State)
Jeff Xia (Northwestern)
Jim Yorke (Maryland)
 
The plenary talk for the conference will be given by Yakov Pesin.
 
The saturday p.m. session and the conference dinner are dedicated to Carl Simon (Michigan) in honor of his 70th birthday. 
 
There will also be a poster session, for which we invite the contribution of all interested participants.
 
The conference is supported by the NSF, and the Ohio State University MRI. There are funds available for participant support, which will be allocated in keeping with NSF guideline - students, recent PhDs, underrepresented groups, and people with no other federal support get priority. Registration, and information on lodging, etc, will be made available on the conference website u.osu.edu/mwds2015.
 
For more information, please contact the local organizer, Dan Thompson, at thompson@math.osu.edu.

 

Geometric Aspects of Modern Dynamics
Porto, Portugal
January 11-15, 2016

This conference will focus on recent progress and on new techniques in dynamical systems with special emphasis on complex dynamics. The interplay between real and complex dynamics will be a topic of interest. Special attention will also be paid to the geometric aspects of the field including the study and the applications of foliations/laminations. The points of view of Complex analysis, Ergodic theory and Probability will all be represented as well.

Invited speakers include:

José Ferreira Alves     (U. Porto)
Artur Avila*              (CNRS/IMPA)
François Berteloot      (U. Toulouse)
Araceli Bonifant          (U. Rhode Island)
Charles Favre             (Ecole Polytechnique)
Etienne Ghys             (ENS-Lyon)
Natalya Goncharuk      (National research University HSE)
Adolfo Guillot              (UNAM - Cuernavaca)
Emil Horozov              (University of Sophia)
John Hubbard             (U. Cornell)
Yulij Il'yashenko           (U. Cornell/Independent Univ Moscow)
Victor Kleptsyn            (CNRS/Rennes)
John Milnor*               (Stony Brook)
Jean-Pierre Ramis         (U. Toulouse)
Olga Romaskevich        (ENS-Lyon)
Nessim Sibony             (U. Paris Sud)
Nicolas Tholozan          (U. Luxembourg)
Dmitry Treschev          (Moscow State University)
Marcelo Viana              (IMPA)
Sergei Yakovenko        (Weizmann Institut)
Misha Yampolsky          (U. Toronto)

Additional information on the conference is available at:

http://cmup.fc.up.pt/complexdynamics/

You are also kindly requested to register for the conference at the address indicated above at your earliest convenience.

Looking forward to seeing you in Porto.

The organizers,
Marco Abate (U. Pisa)
Alexey Glutsuyk (ENS-Lyon)
Misha Lyubich (SUNY-SB)
Jasmin Raissy (U. Toulouse)
Julio Rebelo (U. Toulouse)
Helena Reis (U. Porto)

Workshop on Dynamical Systems and Related Topics
College Park, MD
April 15 - 17, 2016

Beginning in Fall 1991, the dynamics groups of the University of Maryland and Pennsylvania State University have jointly sponsored two annual three to four day meetings in dynamical systems and related topics: a spring meeting here in College Park, and a fall meeting in State College. These meetings, though primarily regional, also attract participants outside the region and the country; the conference archives indicate their scope. 

The Spring 2016  meeting will be held Friday-Sunday, April 15-17.  See the Speakers/Schedule tab for the (evolving) list of speakers.  Any PhD advisor ready to recommend a student with good results to give a short talk is encouraged to contact one of the organizers.

On Thursday April 14 before the conference, speakers will be scheduled in our afternoon dynamics seminar, and there will be a welcoming party Thursday evening at the home of Mike and Roxanne Boyle for those who arrive with the time and energy to come by.

We are very grateful to NSF for its support of the Spring 2016 meeting, and its support for this conference since its inception.    More information on speakers, program, logistics, support etc. will be posted in due course.

Current trends in Dynamical Systems and the Mathematical Legacy of Rufus Bowen
British Columbia, Vancouver
July 30 - August 4, 2017


The conference will focus on areas of current interest that are broadly related to the work of Rufus Bowen.

Organizers:

John Franks, Northwestern University
François Ledrappier, University of Notre Dame
Brian Marcus, University of British Columbia
Marina Ratner, University of California, Berkeley

If you are interested in participating, please contact marcus@math.ubc.ca

Preliminary List of Speakers:

Jérôme Buzzi, Université Paris-Sud, Orsay
Jean-René Chazottes, CPHT, École Polytechnique
Vaughn Climenhaga, University of Houston
Ursula Hamenstädt, Universität Bonn
Anatole Katok, Pennsylvania State University
Mark Pollicott, University of Warwick
Ian Putnam, Universtiy of Victoria
David Ruelle, IHES
Omri Sarig, Weizmann Institute
Steve Smale, City University of Hong Kong
Benjamin Weiss, Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Amie Wilkinson, University of Chicago
Lai-sang Young, Courant Institute, NYU
 

 
 
2014 Midwest Dynamical Systems Seminar
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
November 7-9, 2014


Financial support for this conference has been generously provided by the National Science Foundation and by the mathematics department of the University of Michigan.

To contact the main organizer, please send an email to kochsc@umich.edu
Dynamical Systems and Related Topics Workshop
Penn State University
October 16 - 19, 2014


The 25th Fall meeting of the Workshop in “Dynamical Systems and Related Topics” will take place on October 16 - 19, 2014.  The workshop will be dedicated to the 70th birthday of Anatole Katok and his 50 years of research in dynamical systems. All lectures will be held at the Mathematics Department (114 McAllister Building) at the Penn State University Park campus.

This workshop has been hosted each fall since 1991 by Penn State University and each spring since 1992 by the University of Maryland, and is jointly sponsored by the two institutions. The basic funding of the workshop is provided by an NSF grant. Additional funding for this meeting is provided by the Center for Dynamics and Geometry at Penn State.

WORKSHOP SPECIAL NOTES
Please make your own lodging reservations.  The room blocks and cutoff dates are listed on the attached registration form.  Please register at your earliest possible convenience by completing the form and sending it to Hope Shaffer. If you request support please make a note on the registration form. Registration form is attached for your convenience.

Organizers:
Federico Rodriguez Hertz     hertz@math.psu.edu
Boris Kalinin                kalinin@psu.edu
Yakov Pesin                  pesin@math.psu.edu

Conference staff assistant:
Hope Shaffer hps4@psu.edu or call to 814-863-9017

Conference web site (this will be updated and available at the beginning of the week of September 1, 2014):
http://www.math.psu.edu/dynsys/dw_2014/
Dynamics, Geometry and Groups
IUPUI, Indianapolis, IN
October 11, 2014


This event will be the first of a continuing biyearly event organized by Indiana, IUPUI, Purdue, and UIUC that will feature talks from groups, geometry, and dynamics.
We will have a half day of lectures on 
October 11, 2014 at IUPUI. The associated webpage with the schedule and more detailed information can be found through the below link:

http://www.math.illinois.edu/DGG2014/index.html

Please direct any question on this event to Jayadev Athreya
(jathreya@illinois.edu).

New Perspectives in Discrete Dynamical Systems
Tossa de Mar (Girona, Catalonia, Spain)
October 2 - 4, 2014
On the occasion of Lluís Alsedà's  60th birthday


Everyone is welcome to participate. The meeting will be focused on 
different aspects of Discrete Dynamical Systems. It will include ergodic theory, topological dynamics, combinatorics, complex dynamics, difference equations and applications to other aspects of mathematics and sciences in general.

Confirmed plenary speakers are:

Jozef Bobok, Czech Technical University, Czech Republic
Anna Cima, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain
Àngel Jorba, Universitat de Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain
Sergeii Kolyada, Ukranian Academy of Sciences
Jaume Llibre, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain
Jérôme Los, Université Marseille, France
Michal Misiurewicz, Indiana U.- Purdue U. at Indianapolis
José Ángel Rodríguez, Universidad de Oviedo, Spain
Lubomir Snoha, Banská Bystrica, Slovak Republic
Sebastian Van Strien, Imperial College London, United Kingdom


The organizing committee:
Núria Fagella, Xavier Jarque, David Juher, Victor Mañosa and Francesc Mañosas

 
Holomorphic Dynamics in One and Several Variables
Gyeongju, Korea
August 23 to 26, 2014

Invited Speakers:
    Taeyong Ahn, POSTECH
    Artur Avila*, IMPA / CNRS
    Eric Bedford, Indiana University / Stony Brook University
    Tien-Cuong Dinh*, Ecole Normal Supérieure
    Romain Dujardin, Université Paris Est Marne La Valée
    Adam Epstein, University of Warwick
    John Erik Fornæss, NTNU Trondheim
    John Hubbard, Cornell University
    Hiroyuki Inou, Kyoto University
    Jeremy Kahn, CUNY Graduate Center
    Kyounghee Kim, Florida State University
    Sarah Koch, University of Michigan
    Misha Lyubich, Stony Brook University
    John Milnor, Stony Brook University
    Pascale Roesch, Aix-Marseille Université
    Nikita Selinger, Stony Brook University
    Thomas Sharland, Stony Brook University
    Mitsuhiro Shishikura, Kyoto University
    John Smillie, Cornell University / University of Warwick
    Sebastian van Strien, Imperial College London
    Tetsuo Ueda, Kyoto University
    Eva Uhre, Stony Brook University

There is NSF support  to help offset costs for U.S. graduate students and young researchers. We expect to have funds available to contribute towards travel and lodging expenses of mathematicians from developing nations.

For more information and registration please go to:

http://www.math.sunysb.edu/koreadyn/

or email us at
KoreaDyn@math.sunysb.edu

Organizing Committee:      
Taeyong Ahn, Postech
Araceli Bonifant, University of Rhode Island
Scott Sutherland, Stony Brook University

Summer School on Dynamical Systems
University of Maryland, College Park, MD
August 17-25, 2014

Lectures will be given by Vadim Kaloshin, Dima Dolgopyat, Giovanni Forni and Anton Gorodetski.  There is funding to cover local and possibly travel expenses.

Perspectives of Modern Complex Analysis
Będlewo, Poland​
July 21 - 25, 2014

The goal of the conference is to keep in contact active and developing researchers working in complex analysis and its most important applications with some of the international leaders in the discipline. The main topics of the conference reflect the impact of Prof. Alexandre Eremenko (Purdue University) on modern complex analysis. During the conference we will celebrate his 60th birthday anniversary.

The principal themes of this meeting are the following:

•  Classical complex analysis and its associated potential theory
•  Iteration of real, rational and entire mappings
•  Real algebraic geometry
•  Spectral theory and mathematical physics
•  Diverse subjects centered on analysis

Invited plenary speakers include:

  • Carl Bender (Washington University in St. Louis)
  • Walter Bergweiler (Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel)
  • Mario Bonk (University of California, Los Angeles)
  • Mikhail Lyubich (Stony Brook University)
  • Mikhail Sodin (Tel Aviv University)
  • Frank Sottile (Texas A&M University)
  • Alexander Volberg (Michigan State University)
  • Katsutoshi Yamanoi (Tokyo Institute of Technology)
  • Anna Zdunik (University of Warsaw)

 

The conference e-mail address is perspectives@impan.pl


Dynamical Systems and Their Applications
Kyiv, Ukraine
June 23 - 27, 2014

We are pleased to invite you to attend the International Conference “Dynamical Systems and
Their Applications” organized by the Institute of Mathematics of National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, which will be held in Kyiv on June 23-27, 2014. The topics of the conference include topological dynamics, ergodic theory, the theory of attractors and chaos, combinatorial and symbolic dynamics, the theory of fractals, bifurcation and stability theory, infinite-dimensional dynamical systems, and various kinds of applications, especially in mathematical physics. 

Considerable attention will be given to combinatorial dynamics, which has its origin in thewell-known Sharkovsky theorem on the coexistence of cycles (Ukrainian mathematical journal, 1964), and which in 2014 can celebrate its 50th anniversary.

A related abstract should be sent to cds@imath.kiev.ua in LaTeX format not later than May 15, 2014 (template can be downloaded from the conference web-site). Notification of acceptance will be sent not later than May 20, 2014.

Fifth International Conference and School GDIS 2014: Bicentennial of The Great Poncelet Theorem and Billiard Dynamics
The Abdus Salam ICTP, Trieste, Italy
June 16, 2014 - June 27, 2014

Organizers: B. Dubrovin, V. V. Kozlov, V.Dragovic, A. Borisov  Local Organizer: L. Goettsche

Co-sponsored by the NSF.

Topics: Mathematical Billiards, Flat Surfaces and Exchange Transformations
Classical Integrable Systems, Algebro-Geometric Methods in Dynamical Systems
Nonholonomic Mechanics, Rigid-Body and Multi-Body Dynamics

The main aim of the school is to introduce young participants into these exciting topics and prepare them for the week long conference to follow the school.

How to apply for participation
The application form can be accessed at the activity website
Once in the website, comprehensive instructions will guide you step-by-step, on how to fill out and submit the application form. The US based young researchers and PhD students may apply for support from the NSF grant 14000887.

Activity Secretariat:  (ICTP) (SMR 2586), Strada Costiera 11, I-34151 Trieste, Italy
Telefax: +39-040-2240-7455 - E-mail: smr2586@ictp.it


RTG Research Conference
Logic, Dynamics, and Their Interactions II
University of North Texas, Denton TX
June 2-6, 2014

The conference is sponsored by an RTG grant from the NSF and by the University of 
North Texas. It brings together researchers in descriptive set theory, ergodic theory, dynamical systems, and other related areas, and encourages research that crosses boundaries of various different fields.

Plenary talks will be given by:

Matthew Foreman (University of California, Irvine)
Alexander Kechris (California Institute of Technology)
Dmitry Kleinbock (Brandeis University)
Krystyna Kuperberg (Auburn University)
Justin Moore (Cornell University)
Christian Rosendal (University of Illinois at Chicago)
Mark Pollicott (University of Warwick)
Slawomir Solecki (University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign)
Simon Thomas (Rutgers University)

There will also be other invited and contributed talks. Full details are available at the conference website at http://math.unt.edu/rtgconference2014. If you have any
questions (including if you would like to give a talk), please contact rtg@unt.edu.

We would like to particularly encourage graduate students and recent PhDs to participate. There will be a limited amount of financial support for distribution on a
first-come, first-serve basis. An application form is available at the conference webpage. Applications received before April 1, 2014, will be given full
considerations.

Thank you for your attention. We hope to see you in Denton in June.

 Organizing Committee

Konstantinos Beros, Lior Fishman, Su Gao, Aaron Hill, Steve Jackson, John Krueger, Bill Mance, and Mariusz Urbanski

IBEROAMERICAN Congress 2014
The Graduate Center, CUNY New York
May 20-22, 2014

Sixth Iberoamerican Congress on Geometry

Plenary Speakers:

Special Sessions

Scientific Committee: Ara Basmajian,  Laura DeMarco, Linda Keen,  Irwin Kra,  Yair Minsky, Jose Maria Munoz Porras and Rubi Rodriguez

Organizing Committee: Ara Basmajian, Reza Chamanara, Linda Keen, and Zhe Wang

Partially supported by the  National Science Foundation


Bers 100th Birthday
The Graduate Center, CUNY, New York
May 19, 2014

Maryland Dynamical Systems Conference 2014-First Announcement
April 11-13, 2014

The Spring 2014 meeting of the Maryland-Penn State Workshop on Dynamical Systems and Related Topics  will take place on FridaySaturday, Sunday
April 11-13, 2014. The conference Colloquium on Friday, April 11, 2014 will be given by Bill Veech.

The Conference Organizers Joe Auslander and Giovanni Forni

Kleinian Groups and Transcendal Dynamics
Universität Bremen, Germany
April 7 - 11, 2014

The main speakers will be:

  *  U. Hamenstädt from Universität Bonn (Kleinian Groups)
  *  P. Rippon from the Open University (Transcendental Dynamics)

  *  B. Schapira from IRMAR, Université de Rennes 1 (Kleinian Groups)
  *  G. Stallard from the Open University (Transcendental Dynamics)

There will also be four special sessions, given by:

  *  M. Keßeböhmer from Universität Bremen (Kleinian Groups)
  *  D. Meyer from the Jacobs University Bremen (Holomorphic Dynamics)
  *  D. Schleicher from the Jacobs University Bremen (Holomorphic Dynamics)
  *  B.O. Stratmann from Universität Bremen (Kleinian Groups)

The structure of the winter school will also allow for the participants to give a presentation on their current research if they wish. 

If anybody would like to register for the Winter School please send us
(Kurt Falk <khf@math.uni-bremen.de> or Anna Zielicz <zielicz@math.uni-bremen.de>)
an email with the following information:

  *  If you would like to give a presentation.
  *  Your date of arrival and your date of departure.
  *  If you would like us to arrange accommodation - approx. cost:
     Hostel 25 Euro per night and Hotel 50-70 Euro per night.

School on Geometry and Dynamics
CIRM, Marseille
​April 2014

The school is expected to have a capacity of 60 participants, and we are at this time trying to secure a grant to fund travel expenses from the US in hopes that at least 20 of the participants come from the US on fully-funded tickets. All local expenses at CIRM are covered by CIRM itself and European grants.

The centrepiece of this school are 5 courses by mathematicians at the very forefront of research in topics within this realm. These courses will on one hand provide a foundation for students starting research on related topics, and on the other hand will provide a boost and guidance to those students (and post-doctoral researchers) already at work in this area or a related one. They are matched to complement each other in order to provide a broad picture of the research landscape and the connections between various parts of it---their range of expertise is quite distinct but also includes substantial overlaps. The lecturers have been chosen with attention to not only their expertise but also their ability and inclination to mentor students.

48th Annual Spring Topology and Dynamical Systems Conference
March 13-14, 2014
University of Richmond, Richmond Virginia

Description

One of the largest long-running topology conferences, the conference features 19 plenary/semi-plenary talks as well as 5 parallel sessions in set theoretic topology, continuum theory, dynamical systems, geometric topology, and geometric group theory. The local organizers for the 2014 conference are Van Nall vnall@richmond.edu and Judy Kennedy kennedy9905@gmail.com

Information
http://math.richmond.edu/resources/topology-conference/index.html

3rd International Conference on Dynamics, Games and Science
February 17-21, 2014
University of Porto (Portugal)

The 3rd International Conference Dynamics Games and Science 2014 - DGS III 2014, aims to bring together world top researchers and practitioners from the fields
of Dynamical Systems, Game Theory and its applications to such areas as Biology, Economics and Social Sciences.

DGSIII represents an opportunity for MSc and PhD students and researchers to meet other specialists in their fields of knowledge and to discuss and develop new
frameworks and ideas to further improve knowledge and science.

The conference will feature prominent keynote speakers in the main room, with several thematic sessions running in parallel, which may deviate from the main theme.
The last edition took place in Lisbon of  
last year (August, 28 - September, 6, 2013), and counted with 18 keynote speakers, and 27 thematic sessions for a total of 117 thematic speakers. (http://tinyurl.com/q579ggp)

If you would like to present research you are working on, please apply at:

http://www.fc.up.pt/dgsiii/registration.html

Walks and Asymptotic Geometry of Groups
January 6th to April 4th, 2014
Institut Henri Poincaré, Paris  France

It is our pleasure to announce the 3-months program "Random Walks and Asymptotic Geometry of Groups",  organised  with the collaboration of the Centre Emile Borel at the Institut Henri Poincaré in Paris, from January 6th to April 4th, 2014.

 Information on the program can be found at:
http://sites.google.com/site/geowalks2014

To participate, please register on-line: http://www.ihp.fr/en/ceb/geowalks

DEADLINE to apply for financial support is June 3rd, 2013.

The Institut Henri Poincaré can help you to find an accommodation during your stay in Paris.

An Introductory School attached to this trimester will be held at CIRM (Centre International de Rencontre à Luminy) from January 6th to 17th, 2014.

Moreover 3 workshops will be organized in Paris (IHP):

- Random Walks on Groups, January 27-31, 2014 
- Groups Acting on Rooted Trees, February 24-28, 2014
- Asymptotic Properties of Infinite Groups, March 24-28, 2014

 We are looking forward to seeing you in Paris!
 
The organisers,
Indira CHATTERJI
Anna ERSCHLER
Vadim KAIMANOVICH
Laurent SALOFF-COSTE 


013 CMS Winter Meeting
December 6-9, 2013
Ottowa, Canada

A Dynamics Session at the Meeting of the Canadian Math Society:

Holomorphic dynamics and related topics
Org: Ilia Binder and Michael Yampolsky (University of Toronto)
 
Schedule to be determined
Eric Bedford (University of Indiana)
Ilia Binder (University of Toronto)
Alexander Blokh (University of Alabama at Birmingham)
Araceli Bonifant (University of Rhode Island)
Artem Dudko (SUNY Stony Brook)
Tatiana Firsova (SUNY Stony Brook)
Denis Gaydashev (Uppsala)
Igors Gorbovickis (University of Toronto)
Peter Hazard (University of Toronto)
Misha Lyubich (SUNY Stony Brook)
Jack Milnor (SUNY Stony Brook)
Rodrigo Perez (IUPUI)
Roland Roeder (IUPUI)
Scott Sutherland (SUNY Stony Brook)
Mircea Voda (University of Toronto)
Michael Yampolsky (University of Toronto)
Hexi Ye (University of Toronto)
 
 
International Conference & Workshop on Fractals and Wavelets
Dates : Workshop: 9-12, November 2013
Conference: 13-16, November 2013
Location : Rajagiri School of Engineering & Technology, Cochin 682039, Kerala,India.

Objective
To inspire and motivate researchers and students working in the areas of Fractals and Wavelets.

Academic Support
Kerala Mathematical Association

Organising Committee: Vinod Kumar.P.B, Rajagiri Schoolof Engineering & Technology, India.- General Convener

Members:

   1. Ajith.S, Rajagiri Schoolof Engineering & Technology, India.
   2. Arya Kumar Bedabrata Chand, Indian Institute of Technology Chennai, India.
   3. Jaison Jacob, Rajagiri School of Engineering & Technology, India.
   4. Jayasri R Nair, Rajagiri School of Engineering & Technology, India.
   5. Joseph S Paul, Indian Institute of Information Technology & Management Kerala, India..
   6. Kuttyamma.A,J, Rajagiri School of Engineering & Technology, India.
   7. Liza Annie Jacob, Rajagiri School of Engineering & Technology, India.
   8. Manoj Tharian, Rajagiri School of Engineering & Technology, India.
   9. Muralikrishna.P, Naval Physical Oceanographic Laboratory, India.
  10. Radha Ramakrishnan, Indian Institute of Technology Chennai, India.
  11. Ramkumar.P.B, Rajagiri School of Engineering & Technology, India.
  12. Sunil Mathew, National Institute of Technology Calicut, India.
  13. Sunny Kuriakose. A, General Secretary, Kerala Mathematical Association.
  14. All Staff members and Students of Rajagiri School of Engineering & Technology, India. 

Small abstract about the conference Objective of the workshop and conference is to inspire and motivate researchers working in the areas of Fractals and Wavelets. The workshop and conference will focus on Fractals, Self similarity, Iterated Function Systems, Wavelets, Filter banks, Frames, Applications of Fractals, Applications of Wavelets.

Availability of funding: Financial assistance requested to many national and international organizations.
 

Midwest Dynamical System Seminar
  Third Announcement
  November 1-3, 2013
  University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Detailed information is available at the conference website:
    http://www.math.illinois.edu/mwds/
Please fill out registration form at that site.

In addition to lectures, a Poster Session will be held at this MWDS meeting. If you would like to contribute a poster, please email one of the organizers and
also indicate that when completing the Registration Form.

There is funding for this meeting through an NSF grant and the University of Illinois. Besides providing support for the meeting speakers, support will
first be given for individuals from underrepresented groups, junior participants, and participants without their own funding.

Confirmed Speakers
Plenary Lecture: Giovanni Forni (University of Maryland), Nov 1, afternoon
Special Lectures on November 2 and 3 by:
Vitaly Bergelson (Ohio State University)
Laura DeMarco (University of Illinois at Chicago)
Marian Gidea (Northeastern Illinois University)
Francois Ledrappier (Notre Dame)
Roland Roeder (IUPUI)
Ayse Sahin (DePaul University)
Dan Thompson (Ohio State University)
Ralf Spatzier (University of Michigan)

If you have any questions about this meeting, please be in contact with one of
the organizers:
Jayadev Athreya, Joseph Rosenblatt and Kelly Yancey.

Dynamical Systems and Related Topics Workshop
October 17-20, 2013

The 24th Fall meeting of the Workshop in Dynamical Systems and Related Topics will take place on October 17 - 20, 2013.  All lectures will be at the Mathematics Department (114 McAllister Building) at the Penn State University Park campus.  The conference will start around 1 pm on Thursday and end by 2 pm on Sunday.

This workshop has been hosted each fall since 1991 by Penn State University and each spring since 1992 by the University of Maryland, and is jointly sponsored by the two institutions. The basic funding of the workshop is provided by an NSF grant. Additional funding for this meeting, is provided by the Center for Dynamics and Geometry at Penn State.

WORKSHOP HIGHLIGHTS

A special session dedicated to the 70th birthday of John Franks will take place on Friday, October 18 and feature talks on the topics related to his work.

4rd MICHAEL BRIN PRIZE in DYNAMICAL SYSTEMS sponsored by the Center for Dynamics and Geometry at Penn State will be awarded on Saturday, October 19.   Saturday afternoon session will feature the award ceremony and three talks dedicated to the award winning work and other achievements of the winner.

LIST OF SPEAKERS

Valentin Afraimovich, Philip Boyland, Sylvain Crovisier, Michael Handel, Huyi Hu, Anatole Katok, Bryna Kra, Patrice Le Calvez, Kamlesh Parwani, Dmitri Scheglov, Klaus Schmidt, Scott Schmieding, Nimish Shah, Ralf Spatzier, Zhiren Wang, Amie Wilkinson, and Andrew Zimmer

*****WORKSHOP SPECIAL NOTES*****

Please make your own lodging reservations.  The room blocks and cutoff dates are listed on the attached registration form.  Please register at your earliest possible convenience by completing the form and sending it back to me.  A tentative list of participants will be placed on the web site.  If you plan to request support (even hotel), please note it on the registration form by September 4, 2013.

Organizers:
Boris Kalinin                kalinin@math.psu.edu
Federico Rodriguez Hertz     hertz@math.psu.edu

Conference staff assistant:
Hope Shaffer hps4@psu.edu or call to 814-863-9017

Conference web site:
http://www.math.psu.edu/dynsys/dw_2013/

Hope Shaffer, Staff Assistant
Department of Mathematics
Penn State University
107A McAllister Building
University Park, PA 16802
(814)863-9017   FAX: (814)865-6073
hps4@psu.edu
Dynamical Systems and Related Topics Workshop
October 17-20, 2013

The 24th Fall meeting of the Workshop in Dynamical Systems and Related Topics will take place on October 17 - 20, 2013.  All lectures will be at the Mathematics Department (114 McAllister Building) at the Penn State University Park campus.  The conference will start around 1 pm on Thursday and end by 2 pm on Sunday.

This workshop has been hosted each fall since 1991 by Penn State University and each spring since 1992 by the University of Maryland, and is jointly sponsored by the two institutions. The basic funding of the workshop is provided by an NSF grant. Additional funding for this meeting, is provided by the Center for Dynamics and Geometry at Penn State.

WORKSHOP HIGHLIGHTS

A special session dedicated to the 70th birthday of John Franks will take place on Friday, October 18 and feature talks on the topics related to his work.

4rd MICHAEL BRIN PRIZE in DYNAMICAL SYSTEMS sponsored by the Center for Dynamics and Geometry at Penn State will be awarded on Saturday, October 19.   Saturday afternoon session will feature the award ceremony and three talks dedicated to the award winning work and other achievements of the winner.

LIST OF SPEAKERS

Valentin Afraimovich, Philip Boyland, Sylvain Crovisier, Michael Handel, Huyi Hu, Anatole Katok, Bryna Kra, Patrice Le Calvez, Kamlesh Parwani, Dmitri Scheglov, Klaus Schmidt, Scott Schmieding, Nimish Shah, Ralf Spatzier, Zhiren Wang, Amie Wilkinson, and Andrew Zimmer

*****WORKSHOP SPECIAL NOTES*****

Please make your own lodging reservations.  The room blocks and cutoff dates are listed on the attached registration form.  Please register at your earliest possible convenience by completing the form and sending it back to me.  A tentative list of participants will be placed on the web site.  If you plan to request support (even hotel), please note it on the registration form by September 4, 2013.

Organizers:
Boris Kalinin                kalinin@math.psu.edu
Federico Rodriguez Hertz     hertz@math.psu.edu

Conference staff assistant:
Hope Shaffer hps4@psu.edu or call to 814-863-9017

Conference web site:
http://www.math.psu.edu/dynsys/dw_2013/

Hope Shaffer, Staff Assistant
Department of Mathematics
Penn State University
107A McAllister Building
University Park, PA 16802
(814)863-9017   FAX: (814)865-6073
hps4@psu.edu
Dynamical Systems and Related Topics Workshop
October 17-20, 2013

The 24th Fall meeting of the Workshop in Dynamical Systems and Related Topics will take place on October 17 - 20, 2013.  All lectures will be at the Mathematics Department (114 McAllister Building) at the Penn State University Park campus.  The conference will start around 1 pm on Thursday and end by 2 pm on Sunday.

This workshop has been hosted each fall since 1991 by Penn State University and each spring since 1992 by the University of Maryland, and is jointly sponsored by the two institutions. The basic funding of the workshop is provided by an NSF grant. Additional funding for this meeting, is provided by the Center for Dynamics and Geometry at Penn State.

WORKSHOP HIGHLIGHTS

A special session dedicated to the 70th birthday of John Franks will take place on Friday, October 18 and feature talks on the topics related to his work.

4rd MICHAEL BRIN PRIZE in DYNAMICAL SYSTEMS sponsored by the Center for Dynamics and Geometry at Penn State will be awarded on Saturday, October 19.   Saturday afternoon session will feature the award ceremony and three talks dedicated to the award winning work and other achievements of the winner.

LIST OF SPEAKERS

Valentin Afraimovich, Philip Boyland, Sylvain Crovisier, Michael Handel, Huyi Hu, Anatole Katok, Bryna Kra, Patrice Le Calvez, Kamlesh Parwani, Dmitri Scheglov, Klaus Schmidt, Scott Schmieding, Nimish Shah, Ralf Spatzier, Zhiren Wang, Amie Wilkinson, and Andrew Zimmer

*****WORKSHOP SPECIAL NOTES*****

Please make your own lodging reservations.  The room blocks and cutoff dates are listed on the attached registration form.  Please register at your earliest possible convenience by completing the form and sending it back to me.  A tentative list of participants will be placed on the web site.  If you plan to request support (even hotel), please note it on the registration form by September 4, 2013.

Organizers:
Boris Kalinin                kalinin@math.psu.edu
Federico Rodriguez Hertz     hertz@math.psu.edu

Conference staff assistant:
Hope Shaffer hps4@psu.edu or call to 814-863-9017

Conference web site:
http://www.math.psu.edu/dynsys/dw_2013/

Hope Shaffer, Staff Assistant
Department of Mathematics
Penn State University
107A McAllister Building
University Park, PA 16802
(814)863-9017   FAX: (814)865-6073
hps4@psu.edu

Continued Fractions, Interval Exchanges and Applications to Geometry
June 11-14th, 2013 
at the "Centro di Ricerca Ennio De Giorgi", Pisa, Italy


Participants are requested to register on the website of the conference:  Registration

We would also like to inform you that on this occasion we will make some funds available to offer financial support to a number of
selected young researchers and students.  If you wish to propose a contributed talk, please send an abstract to dynsys.pisa@gmail.com.

***Deadlines***
* Application for financial support and talk proposal: March 31th
* Registration: May 25th

The workshop will focus on the interplay between dynamical systems and arithmetic, and in particular on the study of arithmetic algorithms of significance in dynamics and geometry. Since the discovery of a relation between the continued fraction algorithm and the geodesic flow on the modular surface, a vast field of research has developed whose main goal is to understand the dynamics of geometric flows in terms of discrete arithmetic algorithms. Of particular importance in this picture are interval exchange transformations, which code the Teichmuller geodesic flow. In the workshop, we will discuss recent developments in the metric theory of continued fractions and their various generalizations (one- and multidimensional), as well as interval exchange maps and their applications to Teichmuller theory.

We are looking forward to your participation.

The organizers,
Stefano Marmi, Carlo Carminati, Giulio Tiozzo
Second Palis-Balzan International Symposium on Dynamical Systems
June 10, 2013 - June 14, 2013
Institut Henri Poincare, Paris   France

The Second Palis-Balzan International Symposium on Dynamical Systems is a part of Project Palis-Balzan – Dynamical Systems, Chaotic Behaviour-Uncertainty, sponsored by the Balzan Foundation, from the prestigious award conferred to Jacob Palis (and IMPA) by the Balzan Foundation in 2010 (with previous winners [in Mathematics category] including A. Kolmogorov, E. Bombieri, J.-P. Serre, A. Borel, M. Gromov and P. Deligne). This project is mainly coordinated by Jacob Palis and Jean-Christophe Yoccoz, and the organizing committee of the Second Palis-Balzan symposium consists of S. Crovisier, J. Palis, Jean-Christophe Yoccoz and myself.

Among the confirmed speakers, we have:

Boris Adamczewski
Pierre Arnoux
Tim Austin
Vitaly Bergelson
Julien Cassaigne
Alex Eskin
Sébastien Ferenczi
Albert Fisher
Bryna Kra
Yoshiharu Kohayakawa
Ali Messaoudi
János Pintz
Miguel Walsh
Barak Weiss
Maté Wierdl
Luca Zamboni

and we expect to confirm the participation of the following mathematicians:

Jean Bourgain
Yann Bugeaud
Hillel Furstenberg
Elon Lindenstrauss
Curtis T. McMullen
Peter Sarnak

Organizing Committee

Sylvain Crovisier (CNRS) 
Jacob Palis (IMPA)
Carlos Matheus Santos (CNRS)
Jean-Christophe Yoccoz (Collège de France)

Ergodic theory with connections to arithmetic 
June 3-7,2013
Heraklion, Crete, Greece

Organizers: Nikos Frantzikinakis and Bryna Kra 

Speakers:

*To be confirmed. 

Name Affiliation
Tim Austin Courant Institute, USA
Vitaly Bergelson Ohio State University, USA
Michael Bjoerklund ETH Zurich, Switzerland
Van Cyr Northwestern University, USA
Manfred Einsiedler ETH Zurich, Switzerland
Alexander Fish University of Sydney, Australia
Hillel Furstenberg Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
Alexander Gamburd City University of New York, USA
Eli Glasner Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
Alexander Gorodnik University of Bristol, UK
John Griesmer University of Denver, USA
Michael Hochman Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
Bernard Host Université Paris-Est Marne-la-Vall&eacutee, France
Dmitry Kleinbock Brandeis University, USA
Mariusz Lemanczyk University of Torun, Poland
Elon Lindenstrauss Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
Alejandro Maass University of Chile, Chile
Randall McCutcheon University of Memphis, USA
Anthony Quas* University of Victoria, Canada
Ayse Sahin DePaul University, USA
Uri Shapira ETH Zurich, Switzerland
Balazs Szegedy University of Toronto, Canada
Miguel Walsh* Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina
Barak Weiss* Ben Gurion University, Israel
Benjamin Weiss Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
Mate Wierdl University of Memphis, USA
XiangDong Ye University of Science and Technology, China
Pavel Zorin-Kranich University of Amsterdam, Netherlands



Funding: some funding is available, particularly for junior participants. 

 

DANCE Winter School RTNS2013,
(Recent Trends in Nonlinear Science 2013), 
January 28th - February 1st, 2013
Murcia, Spain

DANCE net page    

As in the previous editions the School will consist of three courses:

* Dmitry Dolgopyat (University of Maryland, USA)
   Dynamics of bouncing balls

* Tomasz Downarowicz (Wroclaw University of Technology , Poland)
   Entropy in Ergodic Theory

* Philip Holmes (Princeton University, USA)
   An introduction to mathematical Neuroscience

This a reminder that the periods for registration with reduced fee and applications for financial support end in 5 days (October 14, 2012). If you are interested in participating in the school and/or applying for financial 
support, please register as soon as possible.

Lluis Alseda and Enrique Ponce
Coordinators of the DANCE network

 

Conference on Dynamics of Differential Equations, 
March 16-20 (tutorials March 15)
Georgia Tech, Atlanta

Organizing Committee

    Luca Dieci, Georgia Tech
    Rafael De la Llave, Georgia Tech
    Kening Lu, Brigham Young University
    John Mallet-Paret, Brown University
    Konstantin Mischaikow, Rutgers University
    Erik Van Vleck, University of Kansas
    Yingfei Yi, Georgia Tech

This conference will be the first in what we expect to become a biennial series emphasizing research programs in dynamical systems worldwide and training of doctoral students and young researchers. These two aspects were the hallmark of the work of Prof. Jack Hale, and it is in acknowledgment of his influential role in the development of dynamical systems and its applications that we are proud to dedicate this first conference to the memory of Jack Hale.

There are several pending funding applications to support graduate students and junior faculty.

 

Spring 2013 Meeting of the 
Workshop on Dynamical Systems and Related Topics 

April 4-7 (Thursday-Sunday), 2013 
Department of Mathematics 
University of Maryland, College Park

The annual Maryland-Penn State Spring Dynamics Meeting will take place in College Park, MD during the period from April 4 till April 7, 2013.
Updates

To register for the conference, please using this registration form. The deadline is March 22 . 
If you expect accommodation and/or travel reimbursement you also need to fill in this second form: Travel request. We remind those who expect travel reimbursement to fly with a US carrier.

Conference events:
Conference banquet will be held on the Rotunda of the Department of Mathematics on Friday 7pm. Banquet cost is 10forgraduatestudentand  20 for everyone else.
On Saturday evening there will be a party chez Vadim Kaloshin.
Please indicate in the Registration whether you would like to attend the banquet and/or the party.

Confirmed speakers:
Ethan Akin
Jayadev Athreya
Jon Chaika
Nikolai Chernov
Mark Demers
Jacques Fejoz
Marian Gidea
Anton Gorodetski
Konstantin Khanin
Rafael de la Llave
Jean Pierre Marco
Marco Martens
Rick Moeckel
Tere M. Seara
Peter Topalov
Andrew Torok
Eugene Wayne
Lai-Sang Young*
Ke Zhang
* To be confirmed

This workshop has been hosted each fall since 1991 by Penn State University and each spring since 1992 by the University of Maryland, and is jointly sponsored by the two institutions. We are grateful to the National Science Foundation and to our Department of Mathematics for their continued support of these workshops.


Advanced School and Workshop in Real and Complex Dynamics
May 20, 2013 - May 31, 2013
Trieste, Italy

The Abdus Salam International Centre for Theoretical Physics (ICTP) is organizing an Advanced School and Workshop in Real and Complex Dynamics, to be held from 20 to 31 May 2013, in Trieste, Italy. It will be directed by M. Lyubich (Stony Brook), J. Smillie (Cornell), S. van Strien (Imperial College) and S.Luzzatto (ICTP). 

NATURE AND PURPOSE 
Dynamical Systems is a very broad field with many applications. This activity will focus on some advanced topics in dynamics and so will be suitable for mathematicians who have a strong background and are ambitious and interested in developing their research in dynamical systems in a solid and rigorous direction. 

The first week of the activity is devoted to a school giving an overview of current research topics in real and complex dynamics. Four intensive courses will be given. 

One - Dimensional Real Dynamics (S. van Strien) 
Two - Dimensional Real Dynamics (M. Martens) 
One - Dimensional Complex Dynamics (M. Lyubich) 
Two - Dimensional Complex Dynamics (J. Smillie) 

The second week will be an international workshop, where leading experts will report on the newest developments in the field of Real and Complex Dynamics. 

Invited Speakers: Marco Abate (Pisa), Artur Avila (IMPA), Eric Bedford (Indiana), Araceli Bonifant (Rhode Island), Xavier Buff (Toulouse), Arnaud Cheritat (Toulouse), Welington de Melo (IMPA), Tien-Cuong Dinh (Jussieu), Romain Dujardin (Polytechnique, Paris), Denis Gaidashev (Uppsala), Anton Gorodetsky (Irvine), John Hubbard (Cornell), Jeremy Kahn (Brown), Vadim Kaloshin (Maryland), Stefano Marmi (Scuola Normale Superiore,Pisa), John Milnor (Stony Brook), Volodia Nekrashevich (Texas A&M), Enrique Pujals (IMPA), Maria Saprykina (Stockholm), Weixao Shen (Singapore), Mitsuhiro Shishikura (Kyoto), Nessim Sibony (Paris-Sud), Tetsuo Ueda (Kyoto), Michael Yampolsky (Toronto), Jean-Christophe Yoccoz (Collège de France). 

Activity Secretariat: 
The Abdus Salam International Centre for Theoretical Physics 
Strada Costiera 11 
I-34151 Trieste  Italy 
Telefax: +39-040-2240-7455 - E-mail: smr2460@ictp.it 
ICTP Home Page: www.ictp.it 

 


RTG Workshop and Lecture Series, Complex and Non-Archimedean Dynamics
December 7-9, 2012
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI

This workshop provides an introduction to complex and non-Archimedean dynamics in one variable via lecture series by the speakers below. The workshop will begin on Friday, December 7, 2012 in the afternoon and end on
Sunday, December 9 in the early afternoon.

Speakers

  • Laura DeMarco (University of Illinois at Chicago): Non-Archimedean dynamics and degenerations of complex dynamical systems
  • Xander Faber (University of Hawaii): Non-Archimedean dynamics and degenerations of complex dynamical systems
  • Thomas Gauthier (University of Picardie and Stony Brook University:) Bifurcation currents in complex dynamics
  • William Gignac (University of Michigan): Introduction to the Berkovich projective line
  • Yusuke Okuyama(Kyoto Institute of Technology): Equidistribution problems

 Funding

 

Register for the Workshop

  • Limited funding is available for graduate students and post-docs. Please note your request on the registration form and send an e-mail toTrevor Clark or Mattias Jonsson

Midwest Dynamical Systems Seminar

October 26-28, 2012
 University of Notre Dame

Format: The talks will start on Friday afternoon Oct 26 at 3 PM and end at noon on Sunday, October 28.

SECOND ANNOUNCEMENT
Detailed information is available at the conference website:  Conference Website

  Confirmed speakers (so far):
    Guillaume Dreyer
    Romain Dujardin
    Alex Eskin
    Ilya Gekhtman
    Fedirico Rodriguez Hertz
    Vadim Kaimanovich
    Sarah Koch
    Jan-Li Lin
    Rafael de la Llave
    Sergei Tabachnikov
    Amie Wilkinson

  Poster session:
    We would like to give other participants a chance to present their work in poster form during the break (tentatively 4-5:30) on Saturday afternoon.  Please contact one of the organizers if you'd like to contribute a poster.

  Registration:
    In order to help us estimate the number of participants, please fill in these three blanks if you intend to come.

Support:
   There will be travel support from the NSF and other sources.  We especially encourage younger attendees to apply.  Support requests received by September 24 will receive a response by Oct 1.  Requests that come later will be
   considered and dealt with after the meeting.

  Best regards from the organizers,
    Jeff Diller (diller.1@nd.edu) and
    Francois Ledrappier (Francois.M.Ledrappier.1@nd.edu)
 

Dynamical Systems and Related Topics Workshop
October 11-14, 2012
Penn State University

The 23rd Fall meeting of the Workshop in Dynamical Systems and Related Topics will take place on October 11 - 14, 2012.  All lectures will be at the Mathematics Department (114 McAllister Building) at the Penn State University Park campus.

This workshop has been hosted each fall since 1991 by Penn State University and each spring since 1992 by the University of Maryland, and is jointly sponsored by the two institutions. The basic funding of the workshop is provided by an NSF grant. Additional funding for this meeting, is provided by the Center for Dynamics and Geometry at Penn State.

Invited speakers include:
Keith Burns, Northwestern University, Danijela Damjanovic, Rice University, Rafael de la Llave, Georgia Institute of Technology, Dmitry Dolgopyat, University of Maryland, John Franks, Northwestern University, Francois Ledrappier, University of Notre Dame, Sheldon Newhouse, Michigan State University, Andrew Torok, University of Houston

Organizers:
Boris Kalinin                        kalinin@math.psu.edu
Federico Rodriguez Hertz     hertz@math.psu.edu

Conference staff assistant:
Hope Shaffer hps4@psu.edu or call to 814-863-9017

Requests for reimbursement of local expenses will be considered by the organizers.

Participants will stay at the Atherton HotelSleep Inn and Days Inn
*************CUTOFF DATES are:  September 10 and 27, 2012****************

If you decide to participate in the conference, please, retrieve the Registration Form https://www.math.psu.edu/system/files/registration12.pdf from the website at: http://www.math.psu.edu/dynsys/dw_2012/ Complete the form and email it to hps4@psu.edu and dsws@math.psu.edu . A copy of your message will be sent to all organizers and the conference staff assistant.
 

New Trend in Dynamical Systems,
October 1, 2012 - October 5, 2012

Salou, Catalonia, Spain
                    
The registration (including payment) period is already open. You may register inhttp://www.gsd.uab.cat/ntds2012/Registration.php

The deadline for registration is September 15, 2012. Also, the period of registration with reduced fee ends in July 15, 2012.

Unfortunately we only will be able to accept a limited number of participants due to lecture room capacity.

All the participants are invited to submit an abstract proposal for a talk (25 minutes plus questions) or a poster. Due to the fact that there are no parallel sessions there are just few slots for talks. To be able to have a final list of speakers as soon as possible we need to close the period for abstracts submission on April 30, 2012.

All abstracts that cannot be accepted for a talk will be automatically considered for the posters sessions, unless explicitly stated by the author.

The abstracts can be submitted at the page http://www.gsd.uab.cat/ntds2012/Submit.php

Young researchers (Ph. D. students or Ph. D. with  thesis dissertation after 01/01/2009) may ask for partial financial support.

The list of abstracts accepted for talks and posters will be made public before May 15, 2012.

There will be proceedings of the conference which will be published in a special volume of "Publicacions MatemУ tiques".

All the available information on these proceedings can be found in

http://www.gsd.uab.cat/ntds2012/Proceedings.php

The proceedings submission period is already open until December 31st, 2012. All participants are cordially invited to submit a paper or a survey to
this volume.

You can download the poster of the meeting from
http://www.gsd.uab.cat/ntds2012/downloads/poster.pdf

 

 

Dynamical Systems: 100 years after Poincaré  
September 3, 2012 - September 7, 2012


Gijón, a seaside city in northern Spain
 

Early registration: 15/02/2012-15/06/2012
Abstracts submission: 15/02/2012-30/04/2012

The conference is organized by the Dynamical Systems Group at the University of Oviedo.The aim is to bring together a broad group of scientists working in the field of dynamical systems on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the death of Henri Poincarщ.

All topics related with dynamical systems are considered but focusing on local and global bifurcations in discrete andcontinuous dynamical systems, planar vector fields and celestial mechanics.
Applications to real-world problems will be highlighted. The conference will promote the diffusion of recent developments and future perspectives.

There will be ten keynote speakers, sixty-four 30-minutes contributed talks in two parallel sessions and also two poster sessions. Plenary speakers are experts chosen from different areas of Dynamical Systems.

In behalf of the Organizing Committee,

Santiago Ibсёez

 

From Dynamics to Complexity 
 May 7, 2012 - May 11, 2012
Fields Institute, Toronto, Canada

A conference celebrating the work of Mike Shub

Further information is available at
http://www.fields.utoronto.ca/programs/scientific/11-12/dynamics2complex...

Organizing Committee:

Jean-Pierre Dedieu (University Paul Sabatier)
Teresa Krick (Department of Mathematics, University of Buenos Aires)
Charles Pugh (Department of Mathematics, Northwestern University)
Amie Wilkinson (Department of Mathematics, Northwestern University)
 

Progress and Problems in Dynamics  May 14, 2012 - May 16, 2012
Medical Center, Hilton, Houston (University of Houston)

The aim of the workshop is to review progress and potential topics ripe for cross fertilization and development in the areas of probabilistic dynamics, network dynamics and hybrid dynamic systems.  Participants include a core of experts in the modern statistical theory of dynamical systems complemented by experts in specific areas in dynamics and applications (heteroclinic phenomena, cycling chaos, adaptive networks, control, spatially exptnded systems, and piecewise smooth dynamics).

A priority of the workshop is to involve graduate students, postdoctoral fellows and junior faculty interested in dynamics and applications.  We anticipate being able to fund travel and accommodation for members of this group (see under support below and note that we expect to know the funding situation in the very near future; we strongly recommend applying now for support).

The workshop will take place at the Hilton, Houston Medical Center.  So as to encourage interactions between participants, there will be no parallel sessions and talks will be structured so as to give ample time for discussion (see also under accommodation below).

Organizing Committee
  • Sheena Branton
  • Michael Field
  • Gemunu Gunaratne
  • Preethi Gunaratne
  • Matthew Nicol
  • Andrew Torok
 
Recent Progress in Lagrangian & Hamiltonian Dynamics 
June 4, 2012 - June 9, 2012
Ecole normale Superieure de Lyon

A conference in honor of John Mather's 70th Birthday

This is the first announcement for the conference. People interested should send a mail at conference.mather70 AT ens-lyon.fr to receive the second announcement which will give a link for registration on the web page. We can support some local expenses for some people (mainly room and lunch), however if participants can use their own funds we will be able to support more people. We apologize for multiple copies sent to the same person. Please advertise widely around you.

PLEASE REPLY ONLY TO THE FOLLOWING EMAIL:
conference.mather70@ens-lyon.fr

Sponsors: Ecole Normale Superieure, Labex MiLyon, NSF, Michael Brin
Foundation, Institut Universitaire de Lyon, UMPA, Region Rhine-Alpes.

Confirmed Speakers

Arnaud, Marie-Claude (Avignon)
Bangert, Victor (Freiburg)
Bernard, Patrick (Paris 9)
Bessi, Ugo (Roma)
Bolotin, Sergey (Wisconsin-Madison)
Carneiro, Mario (Belo Horizonte)
Cheng, Chong-Qing (Nanjing University)
Contreras, Gonzalo (Guanajuato)
De la Llave, Rafael (Georgia Tech)
Delshams, Amadeu  (Polit?cnica de Catalunya)
Du Plessis, Andrew  (Aarhus)
Eliasson, Hakan (Paris 7)
Fefferman, Charles (Princeton)
F?joz, Jacques (Paris 9)
Forni, Giovanni (Maryland)
Iturriaga, Renato (Guanajuato)
Katok, Anatole (PennState)
Khanin, Konstantin (Toronto)
Le Calvez (Paris 6)
Moeckel, Richard (Minnesota)
Polterovich, Leonid (Chicago)
Sorrentino, Alfonso (Cambridge)
Tretschev, Dmitry (Moscow)
Seara, Tere (Barcelona)
Villani, Cedric (Lyon & IHP, Paris)
Yoccoz, Jean-Christophe (Coll?ge de France)
Young Lai-Sang (Courant)
Ke Zhang (Toronto)

Scientific Committee

Alain Chenciner (Paris 7 et Observatoire)
Albert Fathi (ENS-Lyon & IUF)
Vadim Kaloshin (Maryland)
Dennis Sullivan (CUNY & Stonybrook)
Edi Zehnder (ETH Zurich)

Organizing Committee

Virginia Gallardo-Gon?alves (ENS-Lyon)
Magalie Le Borgne (ENS-Lyon)
Pierre Pageault (ENS-Lyon)
Alfonso Sorrentino (Cambridge)
 

Conference Dynamics and Geometry

June 20 - 24, 2011
Institut Henri Poincare, Amphitheatre Hermite
Paris, France
 

Geometric and Algebraic Structures in Mathematics (Celebrating Dennis Sullivan's 70th Birthday)

May 26 - June 4, 2011
Stony Brook University

The Conference will cover various areas of Dennis Sullivan's interests, and will be structured as a series of coherent mini-programs centered around a set of mini-courses.

Mini-courses:
* Diffeomorphism groups from a homotopical viewpoint (Ib Madsen, University of Copenhagen)
* QFT and string theory (Kevin Costello, Northwestern University)
* Rational homotopy theory (John Morgan, Simons Center for Geometry and Physics)
* Fluid Dynamics (Alexander Shnirelman, Concordia University)
* Rough Geometry (Bruce Kleiner, Courant Institute)
* Renormalization (Artur Avila*, CNRS and IMPA, and Misha Lyubich, IMS)
* Sullivan's Dictionary (Dick Canary, University of Michigan)

For more information please visit the webpage of the conference:

http://www.math.sunysb.edu/dennisfest/

Scientific Committee: John Milnor, Curt McMullen, Jim Stasheff, and all mini-course speakers.

Local organizers: Araceli Bonifant, Joshua Bowman, Misha Lyubich

 

Geometrie ergodique
May 23-27, 2011
Universite Paris-Sud 11, Orsay, France

Speakers:
J. Athreya, P-.E. Caprace, M. Einsiedler, A. Erschler, A. Gorodnick, Y. Guivarch, V. Kaimanovich, D. Kleinbock, E. Lindenstrauss, J. Marklof, N. Monod, A. Nevo, H. Oh, J.-F. Quint, N. Shah, Y. Shalom, A. Wienhard.

Scientific Committee:
Y. Benoist, F. Ledrappier, G. Margulis, S. Mozes

Organizers: 
E. Breuillard, F. Dal'Bo, F. Labourie, F. Paulin, B. Weiss

Conference on Holomorphic and Hamiltonian Dynamical systems
May 1st-7th 2011
Porquerolles, France

Organizers:  Arnaud Cheritat, Xavier Buff and Patrick Bernard

 

Trends in Dynamics
April 27 - May 1, 2011
Northwestern University, Evanston 

Ergodic Theory Workshop
March 17 - 20, 2011
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Workshop on Discrete Methods in Ergodic Theory
February 24-25, 2011
Northwestern University, Evanston IL

Frontiers in Complex Dynamics: Celebrating John Milnor's 80th birthday
February 20-26, 2011
BIRS and Banff Conference Centre
Alberta, CA

The conference will be held at the Banff Center, with some participants staying at the adjacent Banff International Research Station. 

Objectives: 

  • To foster interaction among researchers in holomorphic dynamics and allied fields such as several complex variables, Teichmüller theory, self-similar groups, arithmetic dynamics, symbolic dynamics, hyperbolic and algebraic geometry, statistical physics, etc.
  • To use this interaction for designing new mathematical tools that can aid in the progress in holomorphic dynamics, especially in understanding and building models of multi-dimensional parameter spaces.
  • To involve graduate students and younger researchers into discussions with more senior mathematicians. This interaction will be beneficial for their scientific growth, and will inject new fresh ideas into the field.
  • To celebrate John Milnor's 80th birthday: his influence on the field of holomorphic dynamics cannot be overestimated.

For more information about the conference please visit our web-page
http://www.math.sunysb.edu/jackfest/

Organizers:
Araceli Bonifant, Misha Lyubich, Scott Sutherland

 

Winter school in Complex Analysis and Geometry
January 31, 2011 - February 5, 2011
CIRM (Luminy, France)

The school will consist of three courses :

  • "Kahler Geometry and convexity" by Bo Berndtsson,
  • "The Cremona group" by Charles Favre,
  • "Hardy spaces of Dirichlet series and function theory on polydiscs" by Kristian Seip.


The school will be followed up by KAWA 2.1, a Workshop in Complex Analysis and Geometry.
The workshop will consist in a dozen of 45' talks. We welcome proposals for talks for this workshop.
The Winterschool will start on Monday morning, the 31st of January 2011, and will end right after lunch, Thursday the 3rd of February 2011. The Workshop will start Thursday the 3rd of February 2011 in the afternoon and end Saturday the 5th.
Both events will be hosted by CIRM, in the campus of Luminy (Marseille, France), see
http://www.cirm.univ-mrs.fr/index.html/?lang=en
and it will be part of the thematic month "Complex and Riemannian Geometry" see
http://www.latp.univ-provence.fr/geom2011/index.php/welcome

More information can be found on the website
http://www.latp.univ-provence.fr/geom2011/index.php/welcome/week1


The organizers,
Vincent Guedj (Aix-Marseille)
Joaquim Ortega-Cerda (Barcelona)
Pascal J. Thomas (Toulouse)

 

Geometry and Dynamics of Holomorphic Foliations
January 18-21, 2011
Oporto, Portugal


The Organizing Committee,
Manuela Aguiar
Susana Pinheiro
Helena Reis

The Scientific Committee,
Felipe Cano (Univ. Valladolid, Spain)
Jean-Francois Mattei (Univ. Toulouse, France)
Julio Rebelo (Univ. Toulouse, France)
Helena Reis (Univ. Porto, Portugal)
 

Renormalization in low dimensional dynamics and its applications
University of Warwick
December 13-17, 2010

For more information please visit:
http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/sci/maths/research/events/2010-2011/symposium1011/finalcody/

CODY Autumn in Warsaw (Workshop on Transcendental Dynamics)
November 8 - 13, 2010
Warsaw, Poland

This workshop is part of the CODY Autumn in Warsaw mini-semester - see 
http://www.impan.pl/~autumn10/ 

There is a link from that web page to the registration form - the deadline for registration is 25th July. The registration form gives you the option of offering a talk for the workshop. We also expect to run a poster session at some point during the week.

There is funding from CODY to support some local expenses for some participants. 

Organizers:
Janina Kotus
Phil Rippon
Gwyneth Stallard

CODY Autumn in Warsaw
1 October - 10 December 2010
Institute of Mathematics of the Polish Academy of Sciences (IMPAN), Warsaw, Poland

Local organisers: Krzysztof Baranski (University of Warsaw), Feliks Przytycki (Polish Academy of Sciences), Michal Rams (Polish Academy of Sciences) 

The event is a part of the activities of the Marie-Curie Research Training Network Conformal Structures and Dynamics (CODY) and the Institute of Mathematics of the Polish Academy of Sciences (IMPAN). The mini-semester will concern all the topics of CODY, though we shall concentrate mainly on topics in which Warsaw team (in cooperation with other teams) is involved. These include:

Iterated function systems, deterministic and random, conformal or non-conformal; methods of thermodynamical formalism. Iteration of analytic maps, Julia sets. Conformal and Hausdorff measures and dimensions for various classes of Julia sets. Harmonic measures. Low-dimensional dynamics.

We plan a number of lectures by invited speakers and two or three workshops, held in the IMPAN Institute in Warsaw. The already scheduled workshops are: 

Fractals in deterministic and random dynamics
(11-16 October 2010)
organisers: M. Rams and J. Schmeling

Low-dimensional dynamics
(15-20 November 2010)
organisers: F. Przytycki, S. van Strien and M. Zinsmeister

We have financial means to cover local costs for a considerable number of participants, to participate in the workshops and also to come for a longer stay.

All participants are kindly asked to fill in the registration form on the conference web page

http://www.impan.pl/~autumn10/.

 

Oxtoby Centennial Conference
October 30 - 31, 2010
Bryn Mawr campus

Bryn Mawr College will host a conference on the occasion of John Oxtoby's centennial on the Bryn Mawr campus. The Saturday conference will have three parts. The first part consists of morning talks in dynamics addressed to mathematicians, the second part consists of two early afternoon talks addressed to a general audience, with undergraduate students specially encouraged to attend. The third part consists of mid to late afternoon research talks in dynamics. The Sunday conference will consist of a morning session of talks in dynamics. The speakers include Tim Austin, Ethan Akin, Robert Devaney, Jane Hawkins, Fern Hunt, Mike Keane, Dan Mauldin, Nelson Markley, Kyewon Park, V.S. Prasad, and Susan Williams.

There will be a banquet Saturday night on the Bryn Mawr campus. Please see the following website for information and registration.
http://williams.edu/Mathematics/csilva/Oxtoby_Centennial_Conf.htm

 

Midwest Dynamical Systems
October 29-31, 2010
Northwestern University
Evanston Illinois

Schedule: We plan to start on Friday afternoon around 1PM and conclude by lunchtime on Sunday. 

For more information about the conference please visit:
http://www.math.northwestern.edu/~dynamics/mwds-10.html 

Organizers:

Keith Burns, 847-491-3013, burns@math.northwestern.edu
John Franks, 847-491-5548, john@math.northwestern.edu
Bryna Kra, 847-491-1874, kra@math.northwestern.edu
Clark Robinson, 847-491-3738, clark@math.northwestern.edu
Amie Wilkinson, 847-491-5486, wilkinso@math.northwestern.edu
Zhihong Jeff Xia, 847-491-5487 xia@math.northwestern.edu
 

Prairie Analysis Seminar 2010
October 29 - 30, 2010
University of Kansas, Lawrence

Principal Lecturer: John Erik Fornaess
Invited Speakers: Marco Abate and Loredana Lanzani

This seminar is the tenth in a sequence of yearly analysis meetings organized each fall by the Departments of Mathematics at the University of Kansas and Kansas State University. The goal is to provide an opportunity for scientific exchange and cooperation among analysts.

There will be time allocated for short contributed talks by participants. Priority will be given to graduate and postdoctoral students and those in early stages of their careers.

Some support for participants provided by National Science Foundation will be available. The information is now posted in the conference website.

For more information please visit:
http://www.math.ku.edu/conferences/prairie/prairie10/

Organizers:
Estela A. Gavosto, KU
Marianne Korten, KSU
Charles Moore, KSU
Rodolfo H. Torres, KSU
 

A Conference on Conformal Dynamics and Hyperbolic Geometry
to celebrate the contributions of Linda Keen

The Graduate Center of CUNY
October 21-23, 2010

Dynamical Systems and Related Topics Workshop
October 21-24, 2010
Penn State University Park

The 21th Fall meeting of the Workshop in Dynamical Systems and Related Topics will take place on October 21 - 24, 2010. All lectures will be at the Mathematics Department (McAllister building) at the Penn State University Park campus.

This workshop first met at Penn State University in the spring of 1991. It has been hosted by Penn State University each fall since then, and each spring since 1992 by the University of Maryland, and is jointly sponsored by the two institutions. The basic funding of the workshop is provided by an NSF grant. Additional funding for this meeting, is provided by the Center for Dynamics and Geometry at Penn State.


  
Organizers:
Anatole Katok (katok_a@math.psu.edu)
Svetlana Katok (katok_s@math.psu.edu)
Vadim Kaloshin (kaloshin@math.psu.edu)
 

Workshop on Holomorphic Dynamics around Thurstons Theorem
September 27--October 1 2010
Roskilde, Denmark

Conference on Moduli Spaces
September 2-4, 2010
University of Strasbourg

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Organizers:
Alex Eskin, Ursula Hamenstaedt, Maxim Kontsevich, Martin Moeller, Jean-Christophe Yoccoz and Anton Zorich.

 

 

Teichmuller Theory and its Interactions in Mathematics and Physics
28 June - 3 July 2010
Centre de Recerca Matem\`atica, Bellaterra, Spain

- Call for Applications/Papers -

Chairs: Shigeyuki Morita, University of Tokyo, JP; Robert C. Penner University of Aarhus, DK & USC, US & Athanase Papadopoulos, Strasbourg University, FR

This ESF-EMS-ERCOM Conference aims to highlight some of the most important advances in Teichmuller theory. This theory will be considered both from the geometric point of view (Thurston's theory and its ramifications) and from the analytic point of view (the Ahlfors-Bers theory and its ramifications). The relation with physics will also be emphasized.

Conference topics will include: Weil-Petersson geometry and other metric structures; mapping class groups and their representation theory; rigidity theory; infinite-dimensional Teichmuller spaces; relations with dynamical systems; relations with number theory and probability theory; invatiants of 3- and 4-manifolds; moduli spaces of flat connections; cluster algebras and quantization. In addition to specialized talks, there will be several survey talks given by leading experts in the field. Young researchers are particularly encouraged to participate, and graduate students in the field are also welcome.

A good number of grants are available for young researchers to cover the conference fee and possibly part of the travel costs. Grant requests should be made by ticking appropriate field(s) in the paragraph "Grant application" of the application form http://www2.esf.org/asp/esfrcaf.asp?confcode=321&meetno=1

Full conference programme and application form are accessible online from http://www.esf.org/conferences/10321

 

 

Algebraic Dynamics Workshop 
June 7 - 11, 2010
City University of New York Graduate Center
365 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10016-4309

Thomas Scanlon will give a series of five introductory lectures on the use of model theory in algebraic dynamics.

Organizers: Thomas Tucker, Thomas Scanlon, Joseph Silverman, Lucien Szpiro

 

Workshop on Recent Advances in Topological and Measure-Theoretic Methods in Dynamical Systems
May 17 - 21, 2010
Nipissing University, North Bay, Ontario, Canada

Nipissing University will offer a Workshop on Recent Advances in Topological and Measure-Theoretic Methods in Dynamical Systems in order to bring researchers and students in these areas together for a five-day series of workshops. The workshops will be jointly supported by the National Science Foundation (funding recommended, but final approval pending) and the Fields Institute, and will be held at Nipissing~Rs pleasant campus in North Bay, Ontario, Canada, May 17-21, 2010.

Over the last 30 years, there have been many developments that have increased the interaction among topology, measure theory, and dynamical systems. Pending NSF support will be used for at least 10 US-based students and recent PhDs to attend the workshops. The workshops will provide the opportunity for recently trained professional mathematicians and students to prepare for research in areas in which current developments are moving rapidly at the intersection point of topology, measure theory, and dynamics. Major speakers with international reputations have been selected who are active in these research areas. Please see the website below:

http://www.fields.utoronto.ca/programs/scientific/09-10/topmethods/

 

Algebra & Arithmetic in Complex Dynamics
May 17 - 21, 2010
University of Illinois at Chicago

EU-Young and Mobile Workshop: Dynamical Systems and Number Theory
May 17 - May 19, 2010
15 South College, Edinburgh

This workshop on the modern frontiers of Dynamical Systems and Number Theory is the first EU-Young and Mobile Workshop. It is a joint initiative of the European Research Councils, and will provide travel support for a limited number of young European researchers. The sponsors so far are the Dutch, German, Italian, Russian and UK councils. The deadline for applications is 31 January 2010. 

Further details can be found online
http://www.icms.org.uk/workshops/euyam

 

Workshop on Geometric Analysis of Several Complex Variables and its interactions
May 10 - 14, 2010
Marrakech, Morocco

Conference on Celestial Mechanics
April 15 - 18, 2010
University of Maryland at College Park

Organizers: Joseph Galante and Vadim Kaloshin

The details can be found on the website
http://www-users.math.umd.edu/~joepi/celestial.html

 

Maryland-Penn State Workshop on Dynamical Systems and Related Topics
In honor of Dan Rudolph
Saturday - Tuesday April 10-13, 2010

The Spring 2010 meeting of the Maryland-Penn State Workshop on Dynamical Systems and Related Topics will be held in honor of Dan Rudolph in celebration of his 60th birthday.

The meeting will be Saturday - Tuesday April 10-13, 2010. The conference web page will behttp://www.math.umd.edu/research/dynamics/conferences/md10/

 

Workshop on Mathematical Billiards
Oberwolfach
April 4-10, 2010

Organizers:
Sergei Tabachnikov 
Serge Troubetzkoy 

Participation:
The idea of the Arbeitsgemeinschaft is to learn by giving one of the lectures in the program.
If you intend to participate, please send your full name and full postal address to
tabachni@math.psu and
troubetz@iml.univ-mrs.fr
by February 21, 2010.

The Arbeitsgemeinschaft will take place at Mathematisches Forschungsinstitut Oberwolfach, Lorenzenhof, 77709 Oberwolfach-Walke, Germany. The institute offers accomodation free of charge to the participants. Travel expenses cannot be covered. Further information will be given to the participants after the deadline.

 

Dynamics of Rational Maps on the Riemann Sphere
March 22 - 25, 2010
University of Warwick

The plan is to bring together people working on different aspects of the dynamics of rational maps on the Riemann sphere. All those interested in this area are encouraged to register. Accommodation for those connected with the CODY Network will be covered by University of Warwick node.

Organizers: Davoud Cheraghi, Sebastian van Strien.

 

44th Annual Spring Topology and Dynamical Systems Conference 
March 18 - 20, 2010
Mississippi State University, Department of Mathematics and Statistics

The conference will feature 18 invited speakers and 4 special sessions with contributed talks in
1) Geometric Topology/Geometric Group Theory
2) Dynamical Systems
3) Continuum Theory
4) General and Set Theoretic Topology

NSF support is expected and proposed to include modest travel grants to support approximately 24 graduate students and 20 established researchers.

A preliminary conference webpage exists here with more details on lodging and travel arrangements.
http://www2.msstate.edu/~fabel/sptop10a

 

 

School in Celestial Mechanics 
March 4 - 7, 2010
University of Maryland at College Park

The school is targeted at the advanced graduate students, with a background in Hamiltonian systems.

There will be four courses of 3-4 hours each, listed in alphabetical order:

First course is by Jacques Fejoz:
Periodic and quasiperiodic motions in the N body problem.


This class is devoted to KAM theory to the N body problem and related questions.

Second course is by Mark Levi
Collision and choreographies


This class is devoted to variational principles and its application to find break orbits (Seifert's), Stormer's problem. Possible applications of Gromov's non--squeezing theorem in celestial mechanics and optics.

Third course is by Richard Montgomery
N body problem: geometric, variational and topological approaches.


This class is devoted to discussion of Open questions, including ``the Oldest Question''. Variational methods and the figure eight. These ideas could be applicable to some designer orbits. Discussion of McGehee blow-up, some of Moeckel's results, Albouy coordinates along with hyperbolic pants will be given.

Fourth course is by Ke Zhang and Jinxin Xue.
Averaging and long time stability for the N body problem.


This class is devoted to applicability of averaging to the N body problem. Part of the class will be devoted to Treschev's method of continuous averaging.

The conference is funded by NSF and we can cover lodging of participants. Some assistance with travel expenses of Ph.D students can be provided.

Organizers: Joseph Galante and Vadim Kaloshin

The details can be found on the website
http://www-users.math.umd.edu/~joepi/celestial.html

 

Dynamical Systems school on Periodic Approximations in Ergodic Theory
January 25 - February 5, 2010
De Giorgi Center at Pisa

The school will focus on the study of periodic approximations as a tool to understand the ergodic properties of deterministic dynamical systems, and as a method of construction of examples (and counter-examples) of ergodic behavior, especially in dynamics related to quasi-periodic motion, such as perturbations of completely integrable systems, KAM theory, Arnol'd diffusion theory, quasi-periodic cocycles, Schrodinger equation, 1-dimensional complex dynamics around elliptic fixed points, etc.

The school will be aimed at students and young researchers and its goal is to provide them with the state of the art ideas and techniques of the included topics.

Organizers : Carlo Carminati (Pisa), Bassam Fayad (Paris 13), Anatole Katok (PSU), Raphael Krikorian (Paris 6), Stefano Marmi (Pisa).

Scientific committee : Hakan Eliasson (IMJ Paris), Giovanni Forni (Maryland University), Antonio Giorgilli (Milano), Jean-Christophe Yoccoz (College de France Paris).

The courses :

1) Periodic approximation in measurbale dynamics and surface homeomorphisms : Frederic Leroux (Orsay Univesity Paris).

2) Fast periodic approximations and constructions by successive conjugations. Bassam Fayad (Paris 13) and Anatole Katok (PSU). 

3) Quasi-peridoic cocycles with Liuovillean frequencies. Raphael Krikorian (Paris 6) and Jairo Bochi (PUC Rio de Janeiro).

4) Julia sets with positive measure. Xavier Buff (Toulouse) and Arnaud Cheritat (Toulouse).

To register, participants are kindly requested to fill the on-line form : http://tinyurl.com/ygnft8o 

and mention whether they will need financial support. It is important to note that the deadline for registrations asking for financial support is December 1st 2009, while registration without financial support requested is open until December 15th.

 

Winter school in Complex Analysis and Geometry
January 25-29, 2010
Institut de Mathematiques de Toulouse

The school will consist of four courses :

-"Transfinite diameter and equilibrium measures", by S. BOUCKSOM (Paris)
-"Lee-Yang zeros and 2D rational dynamics", by M. LYUBICH (Stony Brook)
-"Complex methods in symplectic topology", by A. SUKHOV (Lille)
-"Bergman kernels in complex geometry", by D. VAROLIN (Stony Brook)

Everyone interested is welcome. We may have some funds to partially support PhD students and PostDocs, don't hesitate to contact us.


The school will be followed up by KAWA 1.1, a

Workshop in Complex Analysis and Geometry
January 29-31, 2010
in Albi, FRANCE

We welcome proposals for talks for this workshop.

The beautiful town of Albi (http://www.albi-tourisme.fr/fr/default.asp) is one hour drive (or train ride) away from Toulouse. The conference will take place in the "Grand Hotel d'Orleans" (http://hotel-orleans-albi.com/), not far from the train station.

More information can be found on the website
http://www.imub.ub.es/kawa10
where you are encouraged to register. The deadline for registering is October 15.

The organizers,

Vincent Guedj (Aix-Marseille)
Joaquim Ortega-Cerda (Barcelona)
Pascal J. Thomas (Toulouse)

 

Progress in Dynamics
November 23-27, 2009
Institut Henri Poincare, Paris

The scope of the conference will be wide, but it will emphasize specific problems in dynamical systems, smooth ergodic theory, and related topics, including differential geometry, group theory and number theory, to name a few, that have seen much progress, but where significant problems vital to the field remain open. Specific examples are the Katok entropy rigidity conjecture for geodesic flows of negatively curved manifolds, the Boltzmann ergodic hypothesis, Liouvillean phenomena, the construction of metrics with ergodic geodesic flow, smooth rigidity of actions of abelian groups of higher rank. We will honor Anatole Katok on the occasion of his 65th 

The conference will act as a catalyst for research in mathematics and its applications, providing a venue for established scholars to interact - not only with each other, but also with the junior scholars that will play an essential role now and in the years to come. Accordingly, there will be an emphasis on involving young mathematicians in dynamical systems. 

Limited support for participants is expected to be available. Recent recipients of doctoral degrees, women, and members of traditionally underrepresented groups are particularly encouraged to apply. 

For more information and registration please consult
http://www.math.psu.edu/katok_s/AK65/home.html


Scientific Program Committee
Boris Hasselblatt
Francois Ledrappier
Yakov Pesin
Jean-Paul Thouvenot
Jean-Christophe Yoccoz

Organizing Committee
Bassam Fayad
Raphael Krikorian
Patrice Le Calvez
Feliks Przytycki
Jean Francois Quint

Midwest Dynamical Systems Conference
November 6-8, 2009
University of Illinois at Chicago

The lectures will begin Friday at 3 pm with the department colloquium and finish at lunchtime on Sunday. This year's speakers will be

Lewis Bowen, Texas A&M University
Alex Clark, University of Leicester
Moon Duchin, University of Michigan
Alexander Fish, University of Wisconsin
Bryna Kra, Northwestern University
Justin Moore, Cornell University
Kevin Pilgrim, Indiana University
Roland Roeder, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis
Christian Rosendal, University of Illinois at Chicago
Nimish Shah, Ohio State University

FUNDING. The conference is funded by an NSF grant, administered through IUPUI (Bruce Kitchens, PI, and Rodrigo Perez, Co-PI). A portion of the grant has been reserved to assist participants with travel and accomodation.  As our funding is limited, we ask that you cover your own expenses if you have other sources.

Local organizing committee:

Laura DeMarco
Alex Furman
Steve Hurder

Dynamical Systems and Related Topics Workshop
October 29-November 1, 2009
Penn State University Park Campus

All lectures will be at the Mathematics Department (McAllister building) at the Penn State University Park campus.

The second MICHAEL BRIN PRIZE in DYNAMICAL SYSTEMS will be awarded on Saturday, October 31. Saturday afternoon session will feature the award ceremony and two talks dedicated to the award winning work and other achievements of the winner.

WORKSHOP HIGHLIGHTS
Friday, October 30 afternoon session will feature four talks on recent advances in celestial mechanics and Hamiltonian dynamics.

Several full length talks will be given by very young mathematicians who will present their outstanding recent work.

This workshop has been hosted each fall since 1991 by Penn State University and each spring since 1992 by the University of Maryland, and is jointly sponsored by the two institutions. The basic funding of the workshop is provided by an NSF grant. Additional funding for this meeting, is provided by the Center for Dynamics and Geometry at Penn State. 

Organizers:
Anatole Katok katok_a@math.psu.edu
Svetlana Katok katok_s@math.psu.edu

Requests for reimbursement of local expenses will be considered by the organizers. If you decided to participate in the conference, please, retrieve the Registration Form http://www.math.psu.edu/dynsys/registration09.html from the website at: http://www.math.psu.edu/dynsys/DW2009/home.html

 

Random Dynamics, Conference Honoring Manfred Denker's 65th Birthday
October 23rd, 2009
Department of Mathematics, Penn State, University Park

Conference on Dynamical Systems and Asymptotics, with Applications to Quantum Physics
October 12-16, 2009
Centro di Ricerca Matematica Ennio de Giorgi
Pisa

If you plan to participate, please register online by filling the online form

Scientific Committee:
Louis Boutet de Monvel (Univ. Paris 6)
Dominique Cerveau (Univ. Rennes 1)
Stefano Marmi (SNS Pisa)
Takahiro Kawai (RIMS, Kyoto Univ.)

Organizing Committee:
Ovidiu Costin (Ohio State Univ.), costin@math.ohio-state.edu
Frederic Fauvet (Univ. Strasbourg), frederic.fauvet@gmail.com
Frederic Menous (Univ. Paris-Sud Orsay), Frederic.Menous@math.u-psud.fr
David Sauzin (CNRS Paris-SNS Pisa), sauzin@imcce.fr


Scientific themes:
- Local analytic dynamics
- Small denominator problems
- Divergent series, transseries, summability theories
- Resurgent functions, alien calculus, mould calculus
- Analytic PDEs
- Classification of singular geometric structures
- Applications to semi-classical quantum mechanics and perturbative Quantum Field Theory

CRM de Giorgi, affiliated with the Scuola Normale Superiore, is situated in the center of Pisa; an international airport, operating both regular and lowcost airlines is on the outskirts of the town. For practical information, see
http://www.crm.sns.it/informat ion.html

If you plan to attend the conference, we advise that you book your room far in advance (the staff of the CRM can, on request, provide  the registered participants with a list of hotels which have rates related to its activities; you may write to  crm@crm.sns.it or sauzin@imcce.fr).

Meals at the nearby Scuola Normale's cafeteria will be offered to all the participants. We might be able to provide financial support for the accommodation of some participants.

Please don't hesitate to contact any of us for additional information you might wish to have and feel free to communicate this announcement around you.

We very much look forward to seeing you next October, for this meeting on  Mathematics and Theoretical Physics in Tuscany!

Conformal Structures and Dynamics (CODY)
September 21-26, 2009
Bedlewo, Poland

Organizers: K. Baranski, F. Przytycki (chair), S. van Strien.

Scientific Committee:
Kari Astala, Walter Bergweiler, Antonios Bisbas, Nuria Fagella, Carsten Lunde Petersen, Feliks Przytycki, Stanislav Smirnov, Sebastian van Strien, Michel Zinsmeister

Topics include interval and holomorphic dynamics, analysis on metric spaces, scaling limits, and other topics of CODY (not only conformal). Every participant is invited to give a short communication or to present a poster.

Analysis on Metric Spaces and Quasiconformal Structures(CODY)
September 14-19, 2009
Warsaw, Poland

Minicourses will be given by by Piotr Hajlasz, Pekka Koskela, Grzegorz Swiatek, Xavier Tolsa and Michel Zinsmeister.

There is some support available to cover local expenses for graduate/Phd students and postdocs.

XXIst. Rolf Nevanlinna Colloquium
September 7-11, 2009
Kyoto University

Fifth Meeting on Celestial Mechanics - CELMEC V
September 6-12, 2009
San Martino al Cimino (Viterbo, Italy)

The meeting will cover the following subjects:

- PERTURBATION THEORIES
(dynamical systems, their stability and evolution);

- SOLAR SYSTEM AND STELLAR SYSTEMS
(dynamics of solar system bodies and of stellar interactions);

- FLIGHT DYNAMICS
(motion of spacecrafts for near-Earth and interplanetary missions).

 

CELMEC V contributions (both oral and poster) can be submitted for publication in the special issue of "Celestial Mechanics and Dynamical Astronomy" devoted to the meeting (***all papers will be refereed***). The submission deadline is 1 November 2009. See:

http://www.astro.iag.usp.br/~sylvio/celmec5.html

People interested in partecipating (including the invited speakers) are kindly requested to register before

*** 15 APRIL 2009 ***

A limited number of fellowships covering the living expenses is available. Interest people can send a request tocelmec@mat.uniroma2.it together with the CV and the list of publications.

The organizing committee is composed by

* Alessandra Celletti - Dipt. di Matematica, Univ. di Roma "Tor Vergata"
* Antonio Giorgilli - Dipartimento di Matematica, Univ. di Milano
* Ettore Perozzi - Progetti Scientific - Telespazio Spa, Roma
* Giovanni B. Valsecchi - Istituto Nazionale di Astrofisica - IASF, Roma

Dynamical Numbers: Interplay between Dynamical Systems and Number Theory
1 May - 31 July, 2009
Max Planck Institute for Mathematics, Bonn


The members of the organizing committee are:

* Kolyada, Sergiy (Institute of Mathematics of the NASU, Ukraine)
* Kra, Bryna (Northwestern University, US)
* Manin, Yuri (MPIM & Northwestern University, US)
* Mueller, Martin (MPIM)
* Moree, Pieter (MPIM)
* Ward, Thomas (University of East Anglia, UK)
* Zagier, Don (College de France & MPIM)

The main event of it will be a conference in July 20 - 24, 2009.

If you would like to participate, then please send a message to Sergii Koliada or Pieter Moree. We hope to be able to provide accomodation for all participants. We can provide financial support to a few more participants. It is also planned to invite some excellent young scientists (Postdocs, Junior Faculty), who want to carry out their research and to take part in the activity. If you are interested please write to Sergii Koliada or Pieter Moree.

School-Conference in Complex Analysis and Geometry
July 13-17, 2009
CIRM, Marseille, FRANCE

Organizers :
Eric Bedford (Indiana University, USA)
Bernard Coupet (Universite de Provence)
Herve Gaussier (Univ. Joseph Fourier, Grenoble, France)
Alexandre Sukhov (Univ. Lille 1, France)

The aim of the School-Conference is to present recent developments in Complex Analysis and Geometry, covering a large spectrum of the field.

The School will consist of three courses, given by :

- Professor Bo Berndtsson from Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden
- Professor Tien-Cuong Dinh from University Paris 6, France
- Professor Stefan Nemirovsky from Steklov Institute, Russia.

 

Dynamics and Geometry of Teichmuller space
honoring the 60th birthday of Howard Masur
CIRM in Luminy (France)
June 22 - 26, 2009

We shall try to follow the tradition of the conference on a similar subject held in Luminy in 2003. In particular, we are planning to have four one-hour talks a day: two talks in the morning (at 10:00 and at 11:15) and two talks in the afternoon (16:00 and 17:15) keeping Thursday afternoon free.

We hope that a schedule of four one-hour lectures a day would leave enough time for direct contacts and discussions and for exploring the beauty of the natural park of Luminy, of its mountains, and of its famous calanques (Mediterranean fjords).

A short school (Thursday-Friday-Saturday, June 18-20) preceding the conference destined to young researchers (mostly graduate students) is intended to help them to get prepared for the conference.

For further details, see the conference webpage: http://www.cpt.univ-mrs.fr/~masur60

Hoping to see you in Luminy this summer
A. Eskin, P. Hubert, E. Lanneau, A. Zorich

International Workshop on Resonance Oscillations and Stability of Nonsmooth Systems
June 16-25, 2009
Imperial College London

Mathematical research on resonance oscillations in nonsmooth systems has seen a steady growth in attention lately, and due to recent progress a number of technically relevant open problems concerning resonances of nonsmooth mechanical and physical systems have become in reach of being resolved. The object of the meeting is to explore the current power and open problems of the theory of resonance oscillations and stability of nonsmooth systems (Lipschitz, discontinuous, impulsive) by bringing together different research groups working in the field as well as by organizing discussions with relevant industrial experts. The first part of the workshop (four days: 16-19 June) will be formal, with a full schedule of invited and contributed talks. In contrast, the 2nd part (four days: 22-25 June) will be more informal, with discussion sessions on specific problems aimed at developing new research collaborations.

Dynamics and Complex Geometry II
CIRM in Luminy (France)
June 15 to June 19, 2009

Organized by: Henry de Thelin, Tien-Cuong Dinh and Christophe Dupont.

The main themes of the conference will be

1. Dynamics of rational maps in several variables.
2. Holomorphic foliations.
3. Complex Geometry.

If our funds allow it, we will try to cover your local expenses (travel expenses will not be covered).

The meeting will be an opportunity to bring together people working in various aspects of complex geometry and of several complex variables dynamical systems.

Advances in Low Dimensional Dynamics
June 8 - 13, 2009
Stony Brook University

The conference will include topics such as real and holomorphic one- and two-dimensional dynamics, conservative low-dimensional dynamics, and the Teichmuller flow.

The Organizing Committee:
Araceli Bonifant bonifant@math.sunysb.edu
Misha Lyubich mlyubich@math.sunysb.edu
Marco Martens marco@math.sunysb.edu
John Milnor jack@math.sunysb.edu
Scott Sutherland scott@math.sunysb.edu 

Dynamical trends in Analysis
May 27 - 30, 2009
Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden

Scientific Committee:
L. Carleson, H. Eliasson, K. Johansson, P. Jones, M. Lyubich, S. Smirnov
Organizing Committe:
K. Bjerklov, A. Karlsson, M. Saprykina, S. Smirnov

Complex Analysis & Dynamical Systems IV
May 18-22, 2009
Nahariya, Israel

The conference will be devoted to the interaction between various branches of Mathematical Analysis. The main themes will be Complex Dynamical Systems and Loewner Equations, Geometric Function Theory, Hyperbolic Geometry, Partial Differential Equations, Pseudodifferential Operators, Differential Geometry, General Relativity and Einstein Equations.

We intend to publish the Proceeding of the Conference in the AMS Contemporary Mathematics Series.

Deadlines:

For registration: April 1, 2009
For submitting abstracts: March 1, 2009

Scientific Committee:

Mark Agranovsky, Bar-Ilan University
Matania Ben-Artzi, Hebrew University
Greg Galloway, University of Miami
Lavi Karp, ORT Braude College
Simeon Reich, Technion - Israel Institute of Technology
David Shoikhet, ORT Braude College
Gilbert Weinstein, University of Alabama at Birmingham
Lawrence Zalcman, Bar-Ilan University

Dynamical Systems II, Denton
May 17-23, 2009
Department of Mathematics, University of North Texas, Denton TX

Dynamical Systems II, Denton 2009 will encompasses a wide range of areas within dynamical systems including conformal, holomorphic, trancendental and random systems, and applications of the thermodynamic formalism to such systems. The aim of the conference is to bring together leading researchers working in these fields to establish the state of the art, as well as to discuss recent achievements and challenges for the future. The conference is sponsored by the National Science Foundation and the University of North Texas and will take place on the UNT campus May 18-23, 2009. Researchers and graduate students are invited to apply. The deadline for registration is March 30, 2009.

Plenary speakers:

W. Bergweiler
D. Hensley
Y. Kifer
M. J. Pacifico
J. Rivera-Letelier
H. H. Rugh
G. Stallard

Organizing Committee:

M. Urbanski, M. Douglass, T. Das, S. Muir, B. Skorulski

Web page: http://www.math.unt.edu/dsdenton2009/

A Conference in Ergodic Theory: Dynamical systems and randomness
May 11-15,2009
Institut Henri Poincare, Paris, France

For more information, see:
http://ergodic2009.math.cnrs.fr/ 
This page includes an application procedure for requesting funding for the conference - please note that the deadline is February 1, 2009.

The purpose of this conference is to bring together mathematicians working on different aspects of ergodic theory. The main topics are:

* entropy and classification;
* smooth models;
* rigidity phenomena in ergodic theory;
* interaction with combinatorics and number theory;
* convergence and recurrence theorems;
* nilpotent ergodic theory.

We will also use the opportunity to honor Jean-Paul Thouvenot, who has recently retired from CNRS, and his major contributions to the development of French ergodic theory.

The conference is partially supported by grants from the NSF and several French universities.

Sientific Committee:
Yves Derriennic, Yves Guivarc'h, Bryna Kra, Francois Ledrappier, Francois Parreau, Benjamin Weiss.
Organisation Committee:
Bernard Host, Raphael Krikorian, Emmanuel Lesigne, Thierry de la Rue.

New Connections between Dynamical Systems and Hamiltonian PDEs
1 April - 6 June, 2009
Napoli, Italy

 

In particular there will be:
- April 1 - May 15: Preliminary Courses and Talks
- 18-30 May: Advanced School
- 1 -6 June: Final Workshop, Maiori, on the Amalfi Coast

Scientific Committee:
D. Bambusi, M. Berti, V. Coti Zelati, W. Craig, S. Kuksin, G. Wayne.

Confirmed speaker at the moment are:

P. Baldi, D. Bambusi, M. Berti, V. Benci, P. Bolle, L. Biasco, L. Chierchia, J. Colliander, C.Q. Cheng, V. Coti Zelati, W. Craig, N. Dancer, P. D'Ancona, R. De La Llave, A. Delshams, I. Ekeland, H. Eliasson, D. Fortunato, G. Gentile, P. Gerard, V. Georgiev, B. Grébert, M. Groves, G. Iooss, T. Kappeler, A. Kiselev, S. B. Kuksin, A. Malchiodi, A. Portaluri, M. Procesi, P. Rabinowitz (to be confirmed), A. Sorrentino, S. Terracini, J. Toland, C. Viterbo., A. Volberg, F. Zanolin, E. J. Zehnder, W.M. Wang.

Deadline for registration and for asking finantial support: 1 March 2009.

This activity is supported by ERC (European Research Council) and INDAM (Istituto Nazionale di Alta Matematica)

Semi-annual Workshop on Dynamical Systems and Related Topics
Saturday-Tuesday April 4-7
College Park, MD

Conference speakers will include Pavel Bachurin, Alexander Bufetov, Jerome Buzzi, Todd Fisher, Eugene Gutkin, Huyi Hu, Ian Putnam, Omri Sarig, Corinna Ulcigrai, Don Wang, Jeff Xia, and Ke Zhang. 

The web site for this conference is: http://www.math.umd.edu/research/dynamics/conferences/md09/ Please check there for additional information and updates. 

NOTE: If any advisors would like to nominate a student to give a short talk, please contact the organizers as soon as possible.

Organizers:
Dmitry Dolgopyat
Brian Hunt

Conformal Structures and Dynamics Mid-term Conference
Monday 30 March - Friday 3 April 2009
CODY Marie-Curie network meeting

Organiser: Sebastian van Strien
Scientific Committee: Feliks Przytycki, Michel Zinsmeister

Ergodic Theory
UK Dynamical Systems Graduate School 2008-2009
16-20 March 2009
University of Surrey

Organizers: 
Henk Bruin (H.Bruin@surrey.ac.uk)
Ian Melbourne (I.Melbourne@surrey.ac.uk)

Cor Kraaikamp (Delft)
Ian Melbourne (Surrey)
Roland Zweimueller (Vienna)

Spring Topology and Dynamics Conference 
Ulam Centennial Conference
March 7-11, 2009
Gainesville, FL

As a consequence of some other events here in Gainesville the Spring Topology and Dynamics Conference has some early deadlines this year.

January 20: Deadline for lodging at conference rates.
February 21: Deadline for abstract submission.
February 21: Deadline for preregistration.
March 7-9: STDC09 in Gainesville, FL.

For more information see the conference web pages http://www.math.ufl.edu/stdculam/

Multivariable Complex Dynamics
March 1 - 6, 2009
Banff Alberta, Canada 

The workshop will begin on Monday morning, and end on Friday mid-day.

Organizers: Eric Bedford (Indiana University)
Jeffrey Diller (University of Notre Dame)

BIRS Workshop on Dynamics and Statistics of Spatially Extended Systems 
(dedicated to 60th birthday of Leonid Bunimovich)
January 18 - 23, 2009 
Banff Alberta, Canada 

The workshop will begin on Monday morning, and end on Friday mid-day.

Organizers: Konstantin Khanin (University of Toronto)
Howie Weiss (School of Mathematics, Georgia Institute of Technology)

Accommodation and meals are provided for the participants for this period, at no cost. The workshop will take place at the BIRS facility at The Banff Centre in Banff, Alberta, Canada.

Discrete Rigidity Phenomena
MSRI, Berkeley CA
November 3, 2008 to November 7, 2008

Organized by: Ben Green, Bryna Kra, Emmanuel Lesigne, Anthony Quas, Mate Wierdl

The 19th Fall meeting of the Penn State-Maryland Workshop on
Dynamical Systems and Related Topics

October 23-26, 2008
Penn State University (Park campus)

All lectures will be at the Mathematics Department (McAllister Building) at the Penn State University Park campus. The workshop is funded by an NSF grant. Additional funding is provided by the Center for Dynamics and Geometry at Penn State. 

Organizers:

Yakov Pesin 
Omri Sarig 
Geometry Special Session organized by Dmitri Burago will take place on Sunday, October 26

MIDWEST DYNAMICAL SYSTEMS SEMINAR
October 3-5
Indiana University, Bloomington

The 2008 Midwest Dynamical Systems Conference will be held at Indiana University, Bloomington, Friday-Sunday, October 3-5 in honor of Eric Bedford's 60th birthday.

Registration will begin at 1:00 pm on Friday. There are three talks scheduled for Friday afternoon, with the first talk at 2:30. There will be six talks on Saturday, and three talks on Sunday, ending around noon.

Please check the conference web page for further information, including suggested hotels. Conference participants are advised to reserve their hotel rooms soon, because it will be a busy weekend in Bloomington. There is no registration fee, but conference participants are asked to please register in advance at the conference web page. NSF funds will be available to reimburse hotel expenses and contribute toward travel expenses for a number of junior participants.

For additional information please contact:

Chris Connell  or Marlies Gerber

Conference on Stability and Instability in Mechanical Systems: Recent progress and mathematical theory
September 22 to 26, 2008
Centre de Recerca Matemetica, Barcelona, Spain

Ergodic Theory in Paris 13, a conference in honour of Francois Parreau
September 15-17 2008
Villetaneuse, France (University Paris 13)

On the occasion of Francois Parreau 60th birthday, the Laboratory of Mathematics, Geometry and Applications (LAGA) of University Paris 13 organizes an Ergodic Theory conference from September 15 to September 17 2008 in Villetaneuse.

The topics of the conference will be:

Abstract Ergodic Theory and Spectral Theory of dynamical systems
Infinite Ergodic Theory
Gaussian processes
Joinings
Reparametrization of flows and cylinder flows
Spectral Theory of interval exchange transformations

The scientific comitee is composed of Bernard Host, Anatole Katok, Martine Quefflec and Jean-Paul Thouvenot

The organizers:

Bassam Fayad, Melanie Guenais, Patrice Le Calvez, Mariusz Lemanczyk and Emmanuel Roy 

More informations available on the website of the conference http://www.math.univ-paris13.fr/~fayadb/colloque_parreau.html 

European Conference on Iteration Theory
Sept. 7-13, 2008
Yalta (Crimea, Ukraine)

Scientific Committee:
Balibrea F. (Murcia), Frg-Rob W. (Innsbruck), Gardini L. (Urbino), Gronau D. (Graz), Mira Ch. (Toulouse), Paganoni L. (Milano), Reich L. (Graz), Sharkovsky A. (Kiev), Smital J. (Opava), Sousa Ramos J. (Lisboa), Zdun M.C. (Krakaw)

Introduction to Ergodic Theory and Additive Combinatorics
MSRI, Berkeley CA
August 25, 2008 to August 29, 2008


Organized By: Ben Green, Bryna Kra, Emmanuel Lesigne, Anthony Quas, Mate Wierdl 
 

International Conference: Geometry, Dynamics, Integrable systems
2 –7 September 2008 
Mathematical Institute SANU (Belgrade, Serbia)

The International Conference "Geometry, Dynamics, Integrable Systems" will be held under the auspices of:

Mathematical Institute SANU (Belgrade)
V.A. Steklov Mathematical Institute RAS (Moscow)
Journal Regular and Chaotic Dynamics

Organizers:

Valery V. Kozlov, 
Vladimir Dragovic,
Alexey Borisov

Main topics of the meeting:

Integrable systems in classical mechanics - Nonholonomic mechanics - Rigid body dynamics - Lie algebras and Lax representation - Separation of variables.

The goal of the conference is to bring together best scientists to intensify the exchange of experience, methods and ideas, and encourage collaboration among diverse groups in community. 

 

BROADER CONNECTIONS: Ergodic Theory and Additive Combinatorics
MSRI, Berkeley CA
August 21, 2008 to August 22, 2008 (Thursday & Friday)

Organized by: Ben Green, Bryna Kra, Emmanuel Lesigne, Anthony Quas, Mate Wierdl

The Northwest Dynamics Symposium
University of Victoria, Victoria, BC Canada
August 5-9, 2008

The Symposium is supported by the Pacific Institute for the Mathematical Sciences. As part of this year's meeting, we plan to celebrate the 65th birthday of Karl Petersen of the University of North Carolina. We gratefully acknowledge additional support from the University of North Carolina in their contribution to the NWDS 2008 conference.

Organizing Committee:
Anthony Quas, University of Victoria
James T. Campbell, University of Memphis
Brian Marcus, University of BC
Mate Wierdl, University of Memphis

Summer School in Dynamical Systems
Coimbra - Portugal
July 21-25, 2008

The Summer School is a joint venture of Centro Internacional de Matematica (CIM) and the University of Coimbra, and is sponsored by the Gulbenkian Foundation and the Foundation for Science and Technology (FCT). It will gather a group of specialists working on Dynamical Systems and Ergodic Theory, and will highlight emerging trends and issues of main research topics.

The University of Coimbra provides lodging in university residences and offers the meals at University canteens for up to 80 PhD students and postdocs. Additionally, a few scholarships are available to cover the travel expenses of selected PhD students and postdocs presenting a short communication.

Courses:
* Lorenzo J. Diaz (PUC-Rio, Brazil) - Partially hyberbolic dynamics
* Carlangelo Liverani (Univ. Roma Tor Vergata, Italy) - Probability and uniformly hyperbolic systems
* Nuno Luzia (Univ. Nova de Lisboa, Portugal) - Fractional dimensions
* Marcelo Viana (IMPA, Brazil) - Geodesic flows on flat surfaces

Further information at http://www.cim.pt/sds08/

Dynamical Systems: Geometric Structures and Rigidity
July 7- 26, 2008
Banach Center new conference site at Bedlewo, Poland

The program will take place at Banach Center new conference site at Bedlewo, Poland. The program will include summer school (first two weeks) and research workshop (third week).
The participants of the school will be encouraged to stay for the workshop.
Workshop participants will be encouraged to arrive during the second week of the program to attend the later, more advanced lectures in the courses. Facility will function during the weekends.

* SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE:
* A.Katok (Penn State) (Chair) Email: katok_a@math.psu.edu
* G.Forni (Maryland)
* G.Margulis (Yale)
* F.Przytycki (IMPAN Warsaw)
* R.Spatzier (Michigan) 

* ORGANIZING COMMITTEE: 
F.Przytycki (IMPAN) (Chair) Email F.Przytycki@impan.gov.pl
* K.Fraczek (Torun)
* B.Kalinin (South Alabama)
* A.Katok (Penn State)
* M.Rams (IMPAN)
* A.Zdunik (IMPAN) 

C.I.M.E. COURSE: Holomorphic Dynamical Systems
July 6 - July 12, 2008
Cetraro (Cosenza) Italy

The course is addressed mainly to Post-Docs and young researchers. The deadline for applications is April 30, 2008. A limited financial support will be granted to some of the participants. 
Holomorphic Dynamical Systems

Cetraro (Cosenza) - July 6 - July 12, 2008
Course directors:
Prof. Graziano Gentili (Universita' di Firenze)
Prof. Jacques Guenot (Universita della Calabria)
Prof. Giorgio Patrizio (Universita' di Firenze)

International Conference on Dynamical Systems in honour of Michal Misiurewicz
June 30 - July 5, 2008
Bedlewo, Poland

The conference will take place in the Mathematical Research and Conference Center in Będlewo near Poznań. The Center, which is a new facility of the Institute of Mathematics of the Polish Academy of Sciences and the Stefan Banach International Mathematical Center, is located at the border of the beautiful region of the National Park of Wielkopolska, among forests and lakes. The conference will cover a wide spectrum of subjects in Dynamical Systems and Ergodic Theory. 

Scientific Committee: Lluis Alseda, Manfred Denker, John Franks, Anatole Katok, Michael Keane, Sergiy Kolyada, Jaume Llibre, Zbigniew Nitecki. 

Organizing Committee: Krzysztof Barański, Krzysztof Frączek, Janina Kotus, Feliks Przytycki (chair), Michał Rams. 

 

Conformal Structures and Dynamics: Towards Higher Dimension
June 22 to July 29, 2008
Goettingen University

From Sunday, June 22 to Sunday, June 29, 2008 a summer school on conformal structures and related topics will take place at the University of Goettingen. The focus of the workshop is on aspects of dynamical systems in higher dimensions, in particular in connection with the topics of the RTNetwork CODY on 'Conformal Structures and Dynamics'.

Scientific Committee: The Scientific Committee of CODY: 
Feliks Przytycki (chair), Kari Astala, Michael Benedicks, Manfred Denker, Stas Smirnov, Sebastian van Strien.

Local Organization: Hartje Kriete, Manfred Denker, Walter Bergweiler.

Program: 
Eric Bedford (Indiana University): Dynamics of holomorphic surface maps. (3 lectures)
Vadim Kaimanovich (Jacobs University Bremen): Random graphs and equivalence relations. (3 lectures)
Anton Zorich (Rennes University): Geometry and dynamics of flat surfaces. (3 lectures)

Additional talks: We plan five one-hour talks and sixteen half-hour talks by participants. 
Wednesday afternoon and Saturday is reserved for excursion and scientific discussions.

Location: The workshop will take place in different lecture halls in the Mathematics Institute of the university. It offers an open access to its library with ample working space. For the location of the institute contact http://www.math.uni-goettingen.de/

Aspects of Transcendental Dynamics
16-20 June 2008
Bremen, Germany (Jacobs University)

The theme of the conference will be complex dynamics. There will be particular emphasis on the dynamics of transcendental entire and meromorphic functions, but other aspects of complex dynamics are also considered. Topics from the general theory entire and meromorphic functions which relate to complex dynamics are also part of the workshop.
We have funds available for participants. Those interested in financial support should apply early.

Dynamical Systems: Pure and applied Hamiltonian Dynamics
June 16-20 2008
Lisbon

The Collab Mathematics Summer School is a yearly event that aims at bringing together Ph.D. students and junior faculty with well known experts in the several areas of mathematics. 
For this first summer school, will be held in the Mathematics Department of Instituto Superior Tecnico in Lisbon, from June 16-20, 2008. This year we have chosen the topic "Dynamical Systems" with particular emphasis on pure and applied Hamiltonian dynamics. The faculty for this school (B. Engquist, A. Fathi, R. de la Llave and Konstantin Khanin) are internationally known experts. We believe that their courses will be extremely useful for Ph.D. students, postdocs and established researchers who would like to broaden their knowledge in this very active area of research. 
More information and online registration are available from: http://math.utaustinportugal.org/summer08/

First Joint International Meeting with the Sociedade Brasileira de Matematica
June 4 - 7, 2008
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Instituto Nacional de Matematica


Organizers:
Andre de Carvalho, University of Sao Paulo 
Misha Lyubich, SUNY at Stony Brook  
Marco Martens, SUNY at Stony Brook  

 

SECOND CANADA-FRANCE CONGRESS: Complex Dynamical Systems
June 1 - 6, 2008

Organized by: 
  • Xavier Buff (Toulouse)
  • Tan Lei (Cergy-Pontoise)
  • Misha Lyubich (Toronto/Stony Brook)

Congress in Memory of Adrien Douady
May 26 - 30, 2008
Institut Henri Poincare, Paris

Organizing committee:

Xavier Buff
Raphael Douady
John H. Hubbard
Tan Lei
Jean-Christophe Yoccoz

Low Complexity Dynamics
May 25th-29th, 2008
BIRS

Rocky Mountain Conference on Dynamical Systems
Monday May 12 to Friday May 16, 2008
Park City Utah

The conference will take place at the Treasure Mountain Inn, located in downtown Park City, Utah. 
The website for the conference is http://www.math.byu.edu/info/rmdss.php


The first three days for the conference (May 12-14) will be primarily devoted to deterministic dynamics and the final two days (May 15-16) will be primarily devoted to stochastic dynamics.

There is no registration fee for the conference, but we ask that you register for the conference through the web site.
There is some support for attendees, especially for graduate students, post-docs, and others without external support. The conference is partially supported by the NSF and Brigham Young University. More information will be forthcoming.
For additional information see the website http://www.math.byu.edu/info/rmdss.php 

7th AIMS conference on dynamical systems and differential equations
May 18 - 21, 2008
Arlington, Texas, USA

Aims and Topics
Keeping the tradition of the AIMS conference series, the conference covers all major areas of analysis and dynamics, with emphases on theory, methods, application, modeling and computations.

Format
There will be plenary talks; 30-minute special session talks; 20-minute contributed talks; and poster sessions. 

Organizing Committee
Jianzhong Su (Chair), Jianping Zhu (Co-chair), Tuncay Aktosun, Gaik Ambartsoumian, Alain Bensoussan, Hristo V. Kojouharov, Cecelia Levings, Yue Liu, Peter Moore, Hua Shan.

Scientific Committee
Shouchuan Hu (Chair) Jerry Bona, Alberto Bressan, Adrian Constantin, Amadeu Delshams, Hiroshi Matano, Alain Miranville, Wei-Ming Ni, N.S. Papageorgiou, Jianzhong Su, Jianping Zhu. 

Coordinator: Xin Lu

The Triennial Ahlfors-Bers Colloquium
May 8-11, 2008
Rutgers-Newark

This is the next in a series of triennial colloquia devoted to the mathematical legacy of Lars Ahlfors and Lipman Bers. The core of this legacy concerns geometric function theory, quasiconformal mapping, Teichmuller theory and Kleinian groups, hyperbolic manifolds, and partial differential equations including Schram/Stochastic-Loewner-Evolution/Equations. In addition the work of Alhfors and Bers has had an impact on algebraic geometry, mathematical physics, dynamics, geometric group theory, number theory and topology.

Plenary speakers include:

Alex Eskin (Chicago)
David Gabai (Princeton)
William Goldman (Maryland)
Ursula Hamenstadt (Bonn)
Christopher Leininger (Urbana)
William Minicozzi (Hopkins)
Alan Reid (U. Texas)
Steffen Rhode (U. Washington)
Richard Schwartz (Brown)
Stanislav Smirnov (Geneva)

Dynamics and Topology Conference
April 21-25, 2008
Tossa de Mar, Catalunya, Spain
For Bob Devaney's 60th birthday

We are organizing a 5 day conference "Dynamics and topology" to mark the event of Bob Devaney's 60th birthday.
The dates are April 21-25, 2008, and the location is Tossa de Mar, a seaside village near Barcelona (Spain). The conference is on complex dynamical systems and related topics in real dynamics and topology.

We have created a web page for the event at the address http://math.bu.edu/bobfest/
which contains information about the conference. If you are interested in attending, we encourage you to register as soon as possible (the lecture room has a limited capacity).

The organizing committee

Paul Blanchard
Nuria Fagella
Xavier Jarque
Linda Keen

UK Dynamical Systems Graduate School
2007-2008

Bifurcation, Symmetry and Pattern Formation 
7-11th April 2008
University of Leeds

Organizer:
Alastair Rucklidge 

This school is intended for PhD students interested in Nonlinear Dynamics, Bifurcation Theory, Pattern Formation, and other applications where Symmetry is an important feature. The courses are directed at Nonlinear Dynamics graduate students of all levels, and have no non-standard prerequesites. Prior knowledge is not required, but there should be something interesting in the courses even for those students who already have a good background in the field. Research students and post-docs are warmly encouraged to attend.
The first four days of the School will comprise lectures covering a variety of topics in Bifurcation, Symmetry and Pattern Formation:

* Local and global bifuraction theory
* Equivariant bifurcation theory and pattern formation
* Global bifurcations with symmetry
* Examples and applications

Spring 2008 Meeting of the Workshop on Dynamical Systems and Related Topics 
in honor of Michael Brin on the occasion of his being 60
March 15-18 (Saturday-Tuesday), 2008 
Department of Mathematics 
University of Maryland, College Park

Organizing Committee

42nd annual Spring Topology and Dynamical Systems Conference
March 13--15, 2008
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

The Third International Conference On Mathematical Sciences ICM-2008
March 3-6, 2008
UAE University - Al-Ain, United Arab Emirates

FROM DYNAMICAL SYSTEMS TO STATISTICAL MECHANICS
February 4th -March 7th 2008
CIRM in Marseille, France


The themes of the workshop range from Hamiltonian PDE, Arnold diffusion, hyperbolic systems, limit laws and non-equilibrium stationary states to random dynamics, non-equilibrium statistical mechanics and equilibrium statistical mechanics, to mention a few.
The goal is to favor interactions between different topics, yet each week will have a special focus. Planned minicourses by: Bernard, Kaloshin, Kuksin, Gouezel, Keller, Tsujii, Benettin, Sphon, Terracini, Gayrard, Martinelli, Olivieri, Toninelli.
Some financial support for young researchers is expected.

98th Statistical Mechanics Conference
Rutgers University
December 16-18, 2007

At this meeting we will celebrate the achievements of five distinguished experimental colleagues: Guenther Ahlers, Herman Cummins, Jerry Gollub, Anneke Sengers, and Harry Swinney.

The list of tentative titles include:

GUEST OF HONOR SPEAKERS
* Guenter Ahlers: The large-scale circulation in Rayleigh-Benard convection: A dynamical system driven by the fury of turbulence!

* Herman Cummins: Light-Scattering Spectroscopy of Phase Transitions: From Liquid-Vapor to Liquid-Glass and Liquid-Gel

* Jerry Gollub: Curvature Fields, Topology, and the Dynamics of Spatiotemporal Chaos

* Anneke Sengers: Women for Science - Retrospective and Outlook

* Harry Swinney: Volume fluctuations, an invariant distribution, and a phase transition in a static granular medium

INVITED SPEAKERS

* Mahesh Bandi: Dynamics of the Jamming Transition

* Andrea Bertozzi: Swarming by Nature and by Design

* Lesser Blum: The Analytical Solution of the Extended Soft Binding Mean Spherical Approximation

* Bulbul Chakraborty: Phase Space for Jamming: A statistical ensemble for granular packings

* Susan Coppersmith: Using the renormalization group to classify Boolean functions

* Siegfried Dietrich: Critical Casimir Forces

* Charles Doering: Statistical steady state mixing measures and effective diffusivities

* Alexander Figotin: Nonlinear dynamics of a system of particle-like wavepackets

* Michael Fisher: TBA

* Gabor Forgacs: Computational tissue-engineering: relating biophysical properties across scales from the subcellular to the organ level

* Seth Fraden: The Phase Chip Manipulating Phase Diagrams with Microfluidics

* Peter Fratzl: Natural materials as mechanical devices

* Sharon Glotzer: TBA

* Italo Guarneri: Accelerator Modes in Cold Atom Optics

* Pierre Hohenberg: TBA

* Stanislas Leibler: TBA

* Jackson Mayo: Front propagation in random media: An application of Burgers turbulence and directed polymers

* Zohar Nussinov: Inhomogeneous orders, glassy dynamics, and unusual thermodynamics on curved surfaces and frustrated systems

* Adrian Parsegian: Polymers Confined: in cells, in test tubes, and in brushes

* David Pine: A nonequilibrium dynamical transition in periodically strained suspensions

* Mark Ratner: TBA

* Daniel Rothman: Time-Dependent Reactivity in Earth's Carbon Cycle

* Beate Schmittmann: Lack of consensus in social systems

* Eugene Shakhnovich: How statistical mechanics of proteins shapes biological evolution

* Alan Sokal: Fermionic (Grassmann) representation for spanning (hyper)forests and other combinatorial objects

* Gene Stanley: New Results on Water in Bulk, Nanoconfined, and Biological Environments

* Henk VanBeijeren: Green-Kubo for solids

* Michael Vogelius: Electromagnetic cloaking and near-cloaking of objects

* John Weeks: Structure of water near charged or hydrophobic walls

* Ron Weiss: Synthetic biology: from bacteria to stem cells

* Ben Widom: Effect of a solute on the structure and energetics of its solvent - and vice versa

* Michael Widom: Target gene identification for RNA interference

* Robert Ziff: Percolation and the Quasi-static state of dynamical processes

UK Dynamical Systems Graduate School
2007-2008

Imperial College London,
19-23 November, 2007

This consists of four one-week schools in different locations around the UK and on different topics in Dynamics. The general level of the schools is introductory to intermediate and in particular the schools are specifically aimed at graduate students and researchers who are not necessarily specialists in the topic of the school. The first school will take place at

Imperial College London, 19-23 November, on the topic of

Analysis and Applications of Partial Differential Equations
Stochastic and Random Dynamics.

Four minicourses will be offered: 

Vitor Araujo (UFRJ, Rio de Janeiro)
An Introduction to stochastic stability for discrete dynamical systems

Alexander Bufetov (Rice University, USA)
An introduction to entropy

Jean-Rene Chazottes (Ecole Polytechnique, Paris)
An introduction to fluctuations of observables in ergodic theory

Greg Pavliotis (Imperial College London)
An introduction to random perturbations in continuous time

Topics in Teichmuller Theory and Kleinian Groups
November 12, 2007 to November 16, 2007

Topics in Geometric Group Theory
November 5, 2007 to November 9, 2007

Organized By: Noel Brady, Mike Davis, Mark Feighn

The 18th Fall meeting of the Workshop in Dynamical Systems and Related Topics
October 18-21, 2007
Mathematics Department (McAllister Building) 
Penn State University Park 

SPEAKERS WILL INCLUDE: 

John Clemens, Penn State
Giovanni Forni, Maryland
Marian Gidea, Northeastern Illinois
Andrey Gogolev, Penn State
Larry Guth*, Stanford
Boris Hasselblatt, Tufts
Vadim Kaloshin, Maryland and Penn State
Vitali Kapovich*, Toronto
John Mather, Princeton
Hee Oh, Brown
Stephen Simpson, Penn State
Marcelo Viana, IMPA
Benjamin Weiss, Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Yuri Zarhin*, Penn State
Wolfgang Ziller*, University of Pennsylvania

* Geometry session speaker

Organizers:
Anatole Katok 
Svetlana Katok 

Geometry Special Session organized by Dmitri Burago

Wesleyan Dynamical Systems Conference
October 13-14, 2007
Wesleyan University, Middletown, Connecticut
Conference in honor of Ethan Coven

Speakers 

Louis Block,
Alexander Blokh,
Hillel Furstenberg,
Aimee Johnson,
Bryna Kra,
Bruce Kitchens,
Brian Marcus,
Michal Misiurewicz,
Zbigniew Nitecki,
Karl Petersen,
Aimee Wilkinson
James Yorke.

 

Organizing Committee

Petra Bonfert-Taylor
Adam Fieldsteel
Michael Keane
Edward Taylor

International Conference on DYNAMICAL METHODS 
AND MATHEMATICAL MODELLING

Valladolid, Spain
September 18 - 22, 2007


The conference will focus on recent advances in dynamical methods which are relevant in the theory of
-ordinary, partial, functional and stochastic- differential equations. Special attention will be paid to the applications in biology, engineering, physics and other applied sciences.

SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE:

  • Tomas Caraballo, Universidad de Sevilla, Spain
  • Amadeu Delshams, Universitat Politecnica de Catalua, Spain
  • Peter Kloeden, University of Frankfurt, Germany 
  • Angel Jorba, Universitat de Barcelona, Spain
  • Sylvia Novo, Universidad de Valladolid, Spain
  • Carmen Nez, Universidad de Valladolid, Spain 
  • Rafael Obaya, Universidad de Valladolid, Spain
  • Jose Real, Universidad de Sevilla, Spain


Short talks in all areas of dynamical systems and  differential equations are welcome, and a limited number of financial grants for graduate and doctoral  students are available. The deadline for preregistration and submission of abstracts is March 31, 2007. 

Please visit the web site

http://wmatem.eis.uva.es/~dm07/

for further information and periodic updates on the Conference program, on-line pre-registration, registration fees, submission of abstract, grant application and accommodation facilities.

Geometry, Rigidity and Group actions
A conference in honor of Robert J. Zimmer's 60th Birthday
September 7 - 9, 2007 University of Chicago

 

Speakers
 
David Fisher Indiana University
Alex Furman University of Illinois, Chicago
Anatole Katok Pennsylvania State University
Alexander Lubotzky Hebrew University, Israel
Gregory Margulis Yale University
Amos Nevo Technion, Israel
Leonid Polterovich Tel Aviv University, Israel
Sorin Popa University of California, Los Angeles
Yehuda Shalom Tel Aviv University, Israel
Shmuel Weinberger University of Chicago

International conference ANALYSIS and SINGULARITIES
Steklov Mathematical Institute, Moscow, Russia,
August 20-24, 2007

Dedicated to the 70th anniversary of Vladimir Igorevich Arnold


Topics in Algebraic Geometry, Singularity Theory, Differential Equations, Mechanics, Hydrodynamics, Number Theory.

Organizing committee:

 

Yu. S. Osipov (Chairman) Yu. S. Ilyashenko
V. V. Kozlov (Deputy Chairman) A. G. Khovanski
V. A. Vassiliev (Deputy Chairman) S. M. Lando
V. N. Chubarikov E. F. Mishchenko
A. A. Davydov A.G. Sergeev
V. V. Goryunov V. M. Zakalyukin.
S. V. Gusein-Zade

 

Summer School on Dynamical Systems and Number Theory

will be held at the Technical University of Graz (Austria) from July 9 to July 13, 2007. This summer school is supported by the Autrian Science Foundation (FWF) and is part of the National Research Network "Analytic Combinatorics and Probabilistic Number Theory".

The summer school is designed for PhD-students and young Post-Docs with some background in ergodic theory and number theory. We kindly ask you to distribute this announcement among young mathematicians that are interested in these topics.

In particular, the program provides four courses on recent developments in the interplay between dynamical systems and number theory:

○ Vitaly Bergelson: Ramsey Theory, Uniform Distribution, and Ergodic Theory
○ Manfred Einsiedler: Dynamics on Locally Homogeneous Spaces
○ Douglas Lind: Dynamics, Algebra, and Number Theory
○ Thomas Ward: Dynamical Properties of Commuting Automorphisms

Organizing Committee:

● Guy Barat, Technische Universitaet Graz
● Mathias Beiglboeck, Technische Universitaet Wien
● Gerhard Dorfer, Technische Universitaet Wien
● Peter Grabner, Technische Universitaet Graz
● Klaus Schmidt, Universitaet Wien
● Joerg Thuswaldner, Universitaet Leoben
● Reinhard Winkler, Technische Universitaet Wien
International school of Complexity 
Directors: G. Benedek, M. Gell-Mann, L. Pietronero, C. Tsallis, A. Zichichi

"Statistical physics of social dynamics: opinions, semiotic dynamics and language"
Directors: Vittorio Loreto and Luc Steels
 
Erice, 16-20 July 2007
Satellite Workshop of STATPHYS 2007 (9-13 July 2007).

Statistical mechanics has proven to be a very fruitful framework to describe phenomena outside the realm of traditional physics. The last years have witnessed the attempt by physicists to study phenomena which heavily rely on human behavior, like the dynamics of financial markets and the emergence of collective organization in social systems. Social interactions are usually local: every individual interacts with a limited number of its peers, which is negligible as compared with the total number of people inside a community. In spite of that, human societies are characterized by a number of stunning global regularities. There are remarkable transitions from disorder to order, like the emergence of a common language/culture or the creation of a consensus about a specific topic. The conference will specifically focus on three major research lines, i.e. opinion dynamics, cultural dynamics and the evolution of language. 


For further information: http://pil.phys.uniroma1.it/erice2007/
Summer School in Cologne

Dynamical Systems, Mathematical Billiards,

and Related Problems in Complex Geometry

University of Cologne, July 16-20, 2007


○ Main Speakers and Working Group Mentors

    Martin Moller (Max Planck): Billiards and Teichmuller curves.

    Karl Friedrich Siburg (Dortmund): Variational methods in dynamical systems and billiards

    Sergei Tabachnikov (Penn State): Dynamics and geometry of billiards.

○ Senior Speaker

    Curtis T. McMullen (Harvard): Dynamics over moduli space

○ Program

   Lecture series in the morning and intense working groups in the afternoon.

○ Participants

   Postdocs and advanced graduate students working in geometry.

○ Application

   The deadline for applications is April 30, 2007. Participants will be informed about the application        
   results in the first week of May 2006. Please apply using the on-line application form only. Financial 
   support is available. 

○ Sponsors
   Graduiertenkolleg "Globale Strukturen in Geometrie und Analysis" Mathematisches Institut, Universitat 
   zu Koln Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft

○ Organizers

    Hansjorg Geiges (Koln)
    Stefan Kebekus (Koln)
Statistical physics of social dynamics: opinions, semiotic dynamics, language

 The conference will take place from Sunday 14th to Thursday 19th in the beautiful village of Erice in Sicily. In addition to the main track, an atelier directed by Luc Steels on "Modeling Language Evolution with Computational Construction Grammar" will take place on Saturday 13th. The conference is part of a series of events organized in Erice in the framework of the International school of Complexity. In this specific case it will also be a Satellite Meeting of the XXIII International Conference on Statistical Physics (STATPHYS) which will take place in Genoa on July 9-13 2007.
Summer School 2007

Homogeneous Flows, Moduli Spaces and Arithmetic 
June 11 - July 6th 
Centro di Ricerca Matematica Ennio De Giorgi, Pisa, Italy

The CMI school will take place whithin the framework of a research trimester on dynamical systems and number theory at the De Giorgi Center. The trimester begins on Apr 16. Please refer to the De Giorgi Center for more information about the trimester  (www.crm.sns.it).

Summer School Program Description

Designed for graduate students and mathematicians within five years of their Ph.D., the program is an introduction to the theory of flows on homogeneous spaces, moduli spaces and their many applications.

These flows give concrete examples of dynamical systems with highly interesting behavior and a rich and powerful theory. They are also a source of many interesting problems and conjectures. Furthermore, understanding the dynamics of such concrete system lends to numerous applications in number theory and geometry regarding equidistributions, diophantine approximations, rational billiards and automorphic forms.

The school will consist of three weeks of foundational courses and one week of mini-courses focusing on more advanced topics.

Foundational Courses

The following 3 week lecture series will be held:

     ● "Unipotent flows and applications" Alex Eskin & Dmitry Kleinbock
     ● "Diagonalizable actions and arithmetic applications" Manfred Einsiedler & Elon Lindenstrauss
     ● "Interval exchange maps and translation surfaces" Jean-Christophe Yoccoz

Shorter courses will be given by Svetlana Katok and Shahar Mozes. Advanced minicourse will be given by Nalini Anantharaman, Artur Avila, Hee Oh, Akshay Venkatesh and others.
 

The webpage of the summer school is http://www.claymath.org/programs/summer_school/2007/
Dynamical Systems and Number Theory
16 April 2007 - 13 July 2007

Centro di Ricerca Matematica "Ennio De Giorgi" (Pisa, Italy) 

The primary goal of this trimester is to provide a state of the art description of the subject of interaction between dynamics and number theory accessible both to young mathematicians wishing to do research in this area and to professional mathematicians from both disciplines interested in learning some of the most recent developments in the field.

In the framework of the research programme, it will take place the Clay Research Summer School at the Centro di Ricerca Matematica "Ennio De Giorgi" (Pisa, Italy) June 11th to July 6th 2007 

The Clay Mathematics Institute will conduct its annual summer school for 2007 at the De Giorgi Mathematics Research Center in Pisa, Italy, from June 11th to July 6th 2007. The topic is "Homogeneous flows, moduli spaces, and arithmetic." Designed for graduate students and mathematicians within five years of their Ph.D., the program is an introduction to the theory of flows on homogeneous spaces and moduli spaces. These flows define concrete dynamical systems whose complex and subtle behavior leads to a rich theory, many interesting problems and conjectures, and a wealth of applications to number theory and geometry, e.g., equidistribution, diophantine approximation, rational billiards, and automorphic forms. 

The school will consist of three weeks of foundational courses and one week of mini-courses focusing on more advanced topics. During the first three weeks there will be three long courses, of 14 lectures each, by Alex Eskin and Dmitry Kleinbock, Jean-Christophe Yoccoz, Manfred Einsiedler and Elon Lindenstrauss. 

Organizing Committee: Manfred Einsiedler (Ohio State University), David Ellwood (Clay Mathematics Institute), Alex Eskin (University of Chicago), Dmitry Kleinboc (Brandeis University), Elon Lindenstrauss (Princeton University), Gregory Margulis (Yale University), Stefano Marmi (Scuola Normale Superiore Pisa), Peter Sarnak (Princeton University), Jean-Christophe Yoccoz: (College de France), Don Zagier (Max Planck Institut, Bonn and College de France).
International Conference in honor of Yakov Pesin on his 60th birthday

To celebrate Yakov Pesin's 60th birthday, the Conference "Nonuniformly Hyperbolic Dynamics and Smooth Ergodic Theory" will be held in Lisbon in June 25-29, 2007. You are cordially invited to participate.

Topics will include the subjects of his landmark works and those on which he exerted the strongest influence (including nonuniform hyperbolicity, smooth ergodic theory, partial hyperbolicity, thermodynamic formalism, dimension theory in dynamics, and related subjects).

In addition to the purely mathematical talks, Anatole Katok will speak with some recollections on the Moscow mathematical school in the seventies, early stages of Yakov Pesin's mathematical career and early 
impact of his work.

The homepage of the Conference is http://www.math.ist.utl.pt/cam/pesin/

Organizers: Luis Barreira and Anatole Katok

Conference in honor of G. Henkin

There will be a Conference in Complex Analysis and its Applications in honor of Gennadi Henkin. The conference will begin on June 17 (2007) in the morning and end on June 22 in the afternoon. All lectures will take place at the Institute Henri Poincare in Paris.

The conference will cover the main scientific interests of Gennadi Henkin: Complex Analysis and its applications to Radon Transforms and Mathematical Physics.
Amenability

Erwin Schrodinger Insitute, Vienna
Special semester, February - July 2007

The Erwin Schrodinger Institute (ESI) will host a special semester devoted to AMENABILITY during the period end of February 2007 - mid-July 2007.

The organizers are:
Anna Erschler (Orsay, France) anna.erschler@math.u-psud.fr,
Vadim A. Kaimanovich (Bremen, Germany) v.kaimanovich@iu-bremen.de
Klaus Schmidt (Vienna, Austria) klaus.schmidt@univie.ac.at


The notion of amenability is a natural generalization of finiteness or compactness. It was introduced in 1929 by J. von Neumann (following the work of Hausdorff, Banach and Tarski; in 1955 M. M. Dye first called it amenability). Amenable groups are those which admit an invariant mean (rather than an invariant probability measure, which is the case for finite or compact groups). This classical notion has been generalized in many directions and currently plays an important role in various areas, such as dynamical systems, von Neumann and C*-algebras, operator K-theory, geometric group theory, random walks, etc. 

The semester will be centered around several interconnected research subjects at the crossroads of Analysis, Algebra, Geometry, Dynamics and Probability. More specifically, we are going to discuss the following topics:
 

○ groups of intermediate growth, non-elementary amenable groups;

○ self-similar groups and iterated monodromy groups of rational maps;

○ graphed equivalence relations and amenability; L2 cohomology;

○ amenable groupoids; topological amenability of boundary actions;

○ amenability at infinity; Baum--Connes and Novikov conjectures;

○ amenability and rigidity; bounded cohomology;

○ amenable algebras;

○ quasi-isometric classification of amenable groups, geometricity of various group properties;

○ Dixmier's conjecture on characterization of amenability in terms of unitarizable representations;

○ generalizations of amenability: A-T-menabilty (Haagerup property); groups without free subgroups; superamenability;

○ random walks and other probabilistic models on amenable groups;

○ quantitative invariants of amenable groups: growth, isoperimetry, asymptotic entropy, etc.;

 

AWM workshop at SIAG-DS Meeting in Snowbird

 The Association for Women Mathematicians (AWM) is holding a workshop for women grad students and recent PhDs in conjunction with the SIAM applied dynamical systems meeting at the end of May 2007. The deadline for applications has been extended to January 15, 2007. Info on applying can be found at

http://www.awm-math.org/workshops.html#snowbird2007

This is a fantastic meeting for people working in dynamical systems and/or applied mathematics. (Seehttp://www.siam.org/meetings/ds07/ .) The AWM workshop will give women students and postdocs a chance to meet up with potential professional mentors and peers, and to showcase their research. Please pass this on to women students & postdocs who might benefit from this opportunity.

 

Statistical Mechanics Conference

97th STATISTICAL MECHANICS CONFERENCE  
 

RUTGERS UNIVERSITY, HILL CENTER, ROOM 114

SUNDAY, MONDAY AND TUESDAY, MAY 6-8, 2007

To celebrate the achievements and birthdays of John Cardy, Juerg Frohlich and Tom Spencer.

A tentative partial list of speakers:

M. Aizenman, N. Andrei, G. Ben-Arous, W. Bialek, A. Bovier, L. Bunimovich, A. Chakraborty, M. Disertori, M. Douglas, P. Fendley, R. Fernandez, J. Garrahan, G. Giacomin, S. Goldstein, F. Guerra,
F. Hansen, J. Harnad, E. Heller, K. Hepp, A. Jaffe, A. Klein, H. Koch, U. Landman, G. Lawler, E. Lieb, A. Libchaber, A. Ludwig, G. Mussardo, L. Pastur, H. Pinson, B. Schlein, T. Seppalainen, Y. Sinai, B. Simon, S. Smirnov U. Tauber, B. Vollmayr-Lee, P. Wiegmann, H.T. Yau, S. Zamolodchikov, R. Ziff, M. Zurnbauer.

Clay Research Conference, May 14-15

The Clay Research Conference, to be held May 14-15 in Cambridge, Massachusetts, inaugurates an expanded format for the Institute's annual meeting.

The conference consists of a two-day series of lectures on recent research developments and presentation of the Clay Research Awards.

The conference will be held at the Harvard University Science Center, Lecture Hall C.

The schedule of talks is attached, and more information can be found at  http://www.claymath.org.

Dynamics Ideas in Geometry, Topology and Number Theory

Conference Honoring Svetlana Katok's Birthday

Department of Mathematics, Penn State, University Park

May 5-6, 2007

A conference honoring Svetlana Katok's birthday will take place at the Department of Mathematics, Penn State (University Park) on May 5-6, 2007.

Speakers:

Keith Burns (Northwestern University)
Krystyna Kuperberg (Auburn University)
Elon Lindenstrauss (Princeton University)
Gregory Margulis (Yale University)
John Millson (University of Maryland)
Peter Sarnak (Princeton University) - to be confirmed
Richard Schwartz (Brown University)
Audrey Terras (UC San Diego)

Organizers:

Tatyana Foth (University of Western Ontario)
Omri Sarig (Penn State)
Ilie Ugarcovici (DePaul University)

Spring 2007 Maryland Dynamics workshop

The Spring 2007 Maryland-Penn State Dynamics workshop (at Maryland) will be in recognition of the contributions of Hillel Furstenberg.

The dates are March 18-21, starting on Sunday morning the 18th, and concluding on Wednesday the 21st, about noon.


Confirmed speakers:

Vitaly Bergelson, Ohio State University
Eli Glasner, Tel Aviv University
Yves Guivarch, Rennes
Neil Hindman, Howard University
Bryna Kra, Northwestern
Elon Lindenstrauss, Princeton
Grigorii Margulis, Yale
Shahar Mozes, Hebrew University
Don Ornstein,Stanford
Yuval Peres, Berkeley and Microsoft
Yehuda Shalom, Tel Aviv University
Larry Shepp, Rutgers
Arkady Tempelman, Penn State
Benjy Weiss, Hebrew University
Tamar Ziegler, University of Michigan

Organizing committee: Joe Auslander, Vitaly Bergelson, Abram Kagan, Anatoly Katok, Jonathan Rosenberg, Dan Rudolph
96th STATISTICAL MECHANICS CONFERENCE
RUTGERS UNIVERSITY, BUSCH CAMPUS, HILL CENTER, ROOM 114
SUNDAY, MONDAY AND TUESDAY, DECEMBER 17-19, 2006

In celebration of achievements (and birthdays) of Elihu Abrahams and Philip W. Anderson.

Midwest Dynamical System Seminar
October 13-15, 2006
Indiana U. Purdue U. Indianapolis
Preliminary Announcement

There will be one Midwest Dynamical Systems Conference next academic year. It will be held at Indiana U. Purdue U. Indianapolis, Friday-Sunday, October 13-15, 2006.

The meeting will follow the traditional format. The first talk will start at 3pm Friday and the last talk will end by 12:30 pm Sunday.

The webpage of the meeting is http://www.math.iupui.edu/~mmisiure/mwds06/index.html

Organizers:

Will Geller <wgeller@math.iupui.edu>
Bruce Kitchens <bkitchens@math.iupui.edu>
Michal Misiurewicz <mmisiure@math.iupui.edu
Rodrigo Perez <rperez@math.iupui.edu>

7th Workshop on Nonlinear Dynamics and Chaos


October 6-8, 2006
Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, NYU
The aim of this workshop is to promote interdisciplinary discussion among researchers working in areas related to dynamics, chaos and their applications. New results will be presented. It is our intention that the talks be accessible to a wide audience.

Confirmed speakers include:

  • A. Bulsara (SPAWAR Systems Center)
  • L. Bunimovich (Georgia Tech)
  • D. Cai (Courant Institute, NYU)
  • P. Chaikin (Department of Physics, NYU)
  • Y. Couder (Ecole Normale Superieure, France)
  • S. Gunturk (Courant Institute, NYU)
  • Yu. Ilyashenko (Cornell University)
  • L. Kadanoff (University of Chicago)
  • V. Kaloshin (Cal Tech)
  • K. Khanin (University of Toronto, Canada)
  • S. Leibler (Rockefeller University)
  • A. Majda (Courant Institute, NYU)
  • D. Pine (Department of Physics, NYU)
  • C. Radin (University of Texas)
  • D. Ruelle (IHES, France)
  • M. Shelley (Courant Institute, NYU)
  • Ya. Sinai (Princeton University)
  • M. Spano (NSWC Carderock Laboratory)
  • L.-S. Young (Courant Institute, NYU)
  • G.M. Zaslavsky (Physics, NYU and Courant Institute)

This workshop is organized by L.-S. Young and G.M. Zaslavsky.

Conference on Geometry and Dynamics of Groups and Spaces 
September 22-29, 2006
Max-Planck-Institute  Mathematik, Bonn, Germany
Conference on Geometry and Dynamics of Groups and Spaces In Memory of Alexander Reznikov

Organizers:

  • Mikhail Kapranov (Yale University, USA)
  • Sergiy Kolyada (Institute of Mathematics, Ukraine)
  • Yuri Manin (MPIM, Germany)
  • Pieter Moree (MPIM, Germany)
  • Leonid Potyagailo (Universite de Lille 1, France)

 Alexander (Sasha) Reznikov (1960-2003) was a brilliant mathematician who died unfortunately very early. This conference in his remembrance focuses on topics Sasha made a contribution to.

In particular: 
1. Hyperbolic, Differential and Complex Geometry. 
2. Geometric group theory. 
3. Three dimensional topology. 
4. Dynamical systems.

Anomalous Transport: Experimental Results and Theoretical Challenges
July 12-16, 2006
Physikzentrum Bad Honnef near Bonn, Germany
Scientific coordinators:
Rainer Klages, Queen Mary University of London, UK; Guenter Radons, TU Chemnitz, Germany; and Igor M. Sokolov, Humboldt-Universitaet zu Berlin, Germany.

Scope of this conference:

Anomalous transport phenomena such as sub- and superdiffusion, non-Gaussian probability distributions, aging and dynamical localization form a rapidly growing research area within nonequilibrium statistical physics. Understanding these processes demands for establishing new cross-links between non-Markovian microscopic correlations and unusual statistical properties on macroscopic scales. This requires to combine methods from dynamical systems theory, stochastic processes and disordered systems. The seminar will provide a unique opportunity to learn about topics ranging from mathematical foundations of anomalous dynamics to the most recent experimental results in this field. It attempts to initiate new cross-disciplinary collaborations between scientists from the above research areas and to foster fruitful interactions between theorists and experimentalists working on anomalous transport. 

Scientific key topics:

Applications: Experimental results for anomalous transport under nonequilibrium conditions such as anomalous dispersion in flows, transport in porous media, aging in glassy systems, anomalous diffusion of biological cells and in cell membranes, surface diffusion, anomalous distributions in granular media and in plasma physics

Theoretical methods and models: nonhyperbolic dynamics, intermittent deterministic transport, disordered dynamical systems, Levy walks, Levy flights, random walks in random environments, dynamical phase transitions, classical dynamical localization, thermodynamic formalism, continuous time random walks, fractional calculus

Confirmed invited speakers:

R.Artuso (Como), E.Barkai (Bar-Ilan), C.Beck (London), A.V.Chechkin (Kharkov), D.Del-Castillo-Negrete (Oak Ridge), P.Dieterich (Dresden), T.Geisel (Goettingen), R.Gorenflo (Berlin), R.Hilfer (Stuttgart), J.Kaerger (Leipzig), R.Kimmich (Ulm), J.Klafter (Tel Aviv), W.Kob (Montpellier), A.Kusumi (Kyoto), E.Lutz (Ulm), R.Metzler (Copenhagen), M.J.Saxton (Davis), M.Shlesinger (Arlington), S.Tasaki (Tokio), G.Vogl (Vienna), A.Vulpiani (Rome), S.Yuste (Badajoz)

6th AIMS conference on Dynamical Systems, Differential Equations and Applications
June 25-28, 2006
University of Poitiers, Poitiers, France

The conference will provide a unique international forum for the international community of mathematicians and scientists working in analysis, differential equations, dynamical systems, and their applications to real world problems in the forms of modeling and computation. The aim of this conference is to bring together the worldwide senior experts and young researchers as well to this beautiful city, Poitiers, to report recent achievements, exchange ideas, and address future trends of research, in a relaxing and stimulating environment. This is the first time ever for an AIMS conference to be held in the European continent.

Sponsors: American Institute of Mathematical Sciences (AIMS) and University of Poitiers.

Topics: The conference covers all the major research areas in analysis, dynamics and applications including modeling and computations.

Plenary speakers: Alberto Bressan (USA), Odo Diekmann (Netherlands), Pierre-Louis Lions (France), Alexander Mielke (Germany), Masayasu Mimura (Japan), Peter Polacik (USA), Patrizia Pucci (Italy), Bjrn Sandstede (UK), Lan Wen (China)

"Views on ODEs" Conference in Honor of Arrigo Cellina and James A. Yorke on the Occasion of their 65th Birthday
June 21-24, 2006
Aveiro University, Aveiro, Portugal

The conference "Views on ODEs" (VODE2006) will celebrate the 65th birthday of Professors Arrigo Cellina and James A. Yorke and aims to bring together those enrolled in research activities related with ordinary differential equations, differential inclusions and their applications.

Main Topics:
Dynamical systems; Bifurcations; Invariant measures; Chaotic attractors; Prevalence; Population dynamics; Markov operators; Semigroups; Viscosity solutions; Hamilton-Jacobi equations; Hyperbolic systems; Optimal control and differential inclusions; Variational and topological methods. 

Vasile Staicu - Chairman of the Organizing Committee
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We have the following confirmed invited speakers

  • Zvi Artstein - Weizmann Institute of Science, Rehovot, Israel
  • Jean-Pierre Aubin - CREA - Ecole Polytechnique, Paris, France
  • Stefano Bianchini - SISSA-ISAS, Trieste, Italy 
  • Alberto Bressan - The Pennsylvania State University, Philadelphia, USA
  • Constantin Corduneanu - The University of Texas at Arlington, USA 
  • Francesco S. De Blasi - Universite degli Studi di Roma Tor Vergata, Italy
  • Helene Frankowska - CREA - Ecole Polytechnique, Paris, France
  • Andrzej Lasota - University of Silesia, Katowice, Poland
  • Jean Mawhin - Universite catholique de Louvain, Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium
  • Stefan Mirica - University of Bucharest, Bucharest, Romania
  • Josef Myjak - Universite degli Studi dell'Aquila, Italy
  • Boris S. Mordukhovich - Wayne State University, Detroit, USA
  • Rafael Ortega - University of Granada, Granada, Spain
  • Mitsuharu Otani -Waseda University, Tokyo, Japan
  • Biagio Ricceri - University of Catania, Catania, Italy
  • Nikolaos Papageorgiou - National Technical University of Athens , Greece
  • Giulio Pianigiani - University of Florence, Florence, Italy
Dynamics and Complex Geometry
June 12-16, 2006
CIRM at Luminy

The main themes of the conference will be 

1. Dynamics of rational maps in several variables.
2. Holomorphic foliations.
3. Hyperbolicity.

DYNAMICS, TOPOLOGY AND COMPUTATIONS
June 4-10, 2006
Bedlewo, Poland
The conference is devoted to computational aspects of dynamics and topology. The themes of the conference include, but are not limited to:
  • classical numerical methods for dynamical ODEs and PDEs,
  • algorithms for rigorous numerics of dynamical systems,
  • topological methods of dynamical systems as tools in developing numerical algorithms,
  • numerical algorithms for topological invariants,
  • KAM theory and rigorous numerics,
  • variational methods,
  • applications to celestial mechanics,
  • numerical experiments in dynamics.
International Conference in the Honour of Carles Simo s 60th Anniversary
May 29-June 3 2006
S Agaro (a small sea-side village close to Barcelona)
Next year Carles Simo will celebrate his 60 anniversary. For this reason the former students of him are organising a conferenc
The 9th Experimental Chaos Conference 2006
May 29 - June 1, 2006
National Institute for Space Research, Sao Jose dos Campos, Brazil
A conference on experimental nonlinear dynamics, will take place at the National Institute for Space Research, Sao Jose dos Campos, Brazil, on May 29 - June 1, 2006. The conference is sponsored by the US Office of Naval Research. Members of the worldwide scientific, medical and engineering communities interested in recent developments and techniques of experimental nonlinear dynamics are invited to attend the conference and to contribute to its technical sessions and workshops. 

CONFERENCE ORGANIZERS

Stefano Boccaletti, Bruce Gluckman, Celso Grebogi, Juergen Kurths, Dr. Elbert E. N. Macau, Louis M. Pecora
Dynamical Systems Weekend on the occasion of Carmen Chicone's 60th birthday
May 19-21, 2006
Columbia, Missouri
Please tell colleagues and students about this conference.
Please register and make your hotel reservation by March 15.
Please contact Yuri Latushkin (yuri@math.missouri.edu) if you have any questions.
Nonlinearities: from Turbulent to Magic
17-20 May 2006
NORDITA and Niels Bohr Institute, Copenhagen, Denmark
The workshop will deal with recent advances on the many facets of nonlinearity, from wave chaos to biology, from turbulence to communication networks. Please consult the workshop's web site for updates and further informations.
Special Year On: 1) Renormalization and Universality in Mathematics and Mathematical Physics 
2) Holomorphic Dynamics, Laminations, and Hyperbolic Geometry

The Fields Institute
Fall 2005 - Spring 2006
Toronto, Canada
Dynamical Systems and Related Topics: in Honor of the 70th Birthday of Yakov G. Sinai
March 18-21, 2006
University of Maryland
Part of the semiannual series of meetings held by the University of Maryland and Penn State University, the Spring 2006 conference will cover a broad scope of topics in Dynamical Systems, Mathematical Physics, and other areas related to the pioneering research of Yakov G. Sinai. It will be preceded by a colloquium on March 17 by Gregory Margulis. 
Lie groups:Dynamics, Rigidity,Arithmetic (in honor of the 60th birthday of Margulis)
Feb 24-27, 2006
Yale University
Speakers: H. Ables, N. Alon, M. Burger, S. G. Dani, A. Eskin, H. Furstenberg, F. Grunewald, A. Katok, D. Kazhdan, E. Lindenstrauss, S. Mozes, M. S. Raghunathan, P. Sarnak, Y. Shalom, Y. T. Siu, R. Zimmer 

Organizers: A. Casson, A. Lubotzky, D. Kleinbock, H. Oh
Recent Trends in Nonlinear Science 2006
February 6-10, 2006
Gijon, Spain
This is the Third Winter School in Dynamical Systems of the DANCE (Dinmica, Atractores y Nolinealidad: Caos y Estabilidad) spanish network. This series of winter schools aims at training their participants both theoretically and in applications in the field of the nonlinear science; with the aim that theory and applications enforce each other. This will be done in an atmosphere of informal discussion, interchange of ideas and critical discussion of results. Attention will be paid to the numerical and computational issues. These winter schools should help the basic training of young researchers, whilst opening new fields for senior ones. 

Courses 
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* Shui-Nee Chow (Georgia Tech) & John Mallet-Paret (Brown University) 
Lattice Dynamical Systems and Applications 

* Rafael Ortega (Universidad de Granada) 
Topology of the plane and periodic differential equations 

* Edriss S. Titi (University of California) 
Finite dimensional long-term dynamics of infinite dimensional dissipative evolution equations and their numerical reduction methods 
5th Annual Hawaii International Conference on Statistics, Mathematics and Related Fields
January 16 - 18,2006
Honolulu, Hawaii, USA
Submission Deadline: August 29, 2005

The 5th Annual Hawaii International Conference on Statistics, Mathematics and Related Fields will be held from January 16 (Monday) to January 18 (Wednesday), 2006 at the Renaissance Ilikai Waikiki Hotel in Honolulu, Hawaii. Honolulu is located on the island of Oahu. "Oahu" is often nicknamed "the gathering place". The 2006 Hawaii International Conference on Statistics, Mathematics and Related Fields will be the gathering place for academicians and professionals from statistics and mathematics related fields from all over the world.

The main goal of the 2006 Hawaii International Conference on Statistics, Mathematics and Related Fields is to provide an opportunity for academicians and professionals from various statistics and/or mathematics related fields from all over the world to come together and learn from each other. An additional goal of the conference is to provide a place for academicians and professionals with cross-disciplinary interests related to statistics and mathematics to meet and interact with members inside and outside their own particular disciplines.

The 2005 conference was a great success! Last year's conference was attended by more than 200 participants representing more than 25 countries.

Third International Conference Third International Coneference on Complex Analysis & Dynamical Systems
January 2-6, 2006
Galilee region of Israel
Bar-Ilan University (Ramat-Gan, Israel)
ORT Braude Academic College for Engineering (Karmiel, Israel)
Technion, Israel Institute of Technology (Haifa, Israel)

The conference will be devoted to Complex Function Theory, Quasiconformal Mappings, Complex Dynamical Systems and their Applications with special sessions in honor of

D. Aharonov, L. Aizenberg, S. Krushkal and U. Srebro

Workshop on Geometric Dynamics with Singularities
December 13 --16, 2005
Exeter, Great Britain

The theme of this workshop is to discuss recent developments in geometric dynamics with singularities, and a number of related topics with the particular goal of faciliting informal interactions among participants in different areas. Aspects include: 

* Interval exchanges and piecewise isometries 
* Geometric methods for nonhyperbolic systems 
* Topological and measure dynamics 
* Substitution systems defined by geometric systems 
* Algebraic dynamics 
* Applications in physical and other systems 

The workshop is funded by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council of the United Kingdom (EPSRC).
3rd International Congress on Developmental Origins of Health & Disease
November 16-20 2005
The Westin Harbour Castle, Toronto Canada
The program spans 3 full days, 17-19 November 2005. It contains a mixture of plenary sessions, parallel scientific sessions that include both expert invited presentations and submitted oral abstracts, dedicated poster sessions, breakfast workshops, and a lunchtime panel discussion. Delegates will have ample choice to attend sessions of interest. For trainees and young investigators, the program will include a welcome reception, meet-the-professor breakfasts, and awards for outstanding abstracts. The conference dinner promises to be fun, and there will be plenty of time for informal networking.
CONTROL AND SYNCHRONIZATION OF DYNAMICAL SYSTEMS
4-7 October 2005
Leon, Guanajuato, MEXICO
The CSDS-2005 will feature the latest research in theory of control and synchronization of complex systems and its applications in different areas of science and engineering, including optics, electronics, mechanics, chemistry, medicine, economy, telecommunication, etc. The conference brings together researchers, both theoreticians and experimentalists, from different fields of science to provide an excellent opportunity for sharing ideas and problems among specialists in controlling dynamical systems and synchronization. DEADLINE for ABSTRACT SUBMISSION: 1 March 2005
Chaos and Disorder in Mathematics and Physics
19-23 Sep 2005
Bressanone
Dedicated to Yasha Sinai's seventieth birthday.
"Fourth Meeting on Celestial Mechanics - CELMEC IV
11-16 September 2005
San Martino al Cimino (Viterbo, Italy)

The "Fourth Meeting on Celestial Mechanics - CELMEC IV" will take place in San Martino al Cimino (Viterbo, Italy) during the period 11-16 September 2005. Updated information is available from the web site at http://www.mat.uniroma2.it/celmec

The meeting will cover the following subjects:

- PERTURBATION THEORIES
(dynamical systems, their stability and evolution);

- SOLAR SYSTEM AND STELLAR SYSTEMS
(dynamics of solar system bodies and of stellar interactions);

- FLIGHT DYNAMICS
(motion of spacecrafts for near-Earth and interplanetary missions).

The organizing committee is composed by
* Alessandra Celletti - Dipt. di Matematica, Univ. di Roma "Tor Vergata"
* Andrea Milani - Dipt. di Matematica, Universita' di Pisa
* Ettore Perozzi - Studi e Progetti Innovativi - Telespazio Spa, Roma
* Giovanni B. Valsecchi - Istituto Nazionale di Astrofisica - IASF, Roma

The meeting is sponsored by: Universita' di Roma "Tor Vergata", Universita' di Pisa, Gruppo Nazionale per la Fisica Matematica (GNFM), Telespazio Roma, European Space Agency (ESA).
Workshop on Holomorphic Dynamics
August 22-26, 2005
University of Warwick, UK
The general theme of this small workshop will be transcendental dynamics. We plan to explore two very different ways to go beyond finite type entire maps - infinite type entire maps on the one hand, finite type maps with arbitrary domain on the other. We will structure the workshop around a few minicourses, and contributed talks by participants. Postgraduate students are especially welcome to attend and speak. Organizers: A. Epstein, L. Rempe, S. van Strien
INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON COMPLEX ANALYSIS AND RELATED TOPICS 
August 14-19, 2005
Cluj, Romania 

Complex dynamics talks are welcome at this conference, in one of the sections:
1. Analytic functions of one complex variable; 
2. Quasiconformal mappings and Teichmuller
5. Functional analytical methods in complex analysis. 

The registration deadline is not strict.
For more information please contact Eugen Mihailescu (Eugen.Mihailescu@imar.ro), or the conference address: rofinsem@imar.ro
IV WORKSHOP ON DYNAMICAL SYSTEMS
San Pedro de Atacama, Antofagasta, Chile
August 15-19, 2005
The IV Workshop on Dynamical Systems will be held at the Archeology Museum of Universidad Catolica del Norte (UCN), at San Pedro de Atacama, Chile. It will begin in the morning of August 15 (Monday) and it will end in the afternoon of August 19 (Friday). This event has been held at Universidad Catolica del Norte every odd numbered year since 1999. 

Minicourses: 
F. Abdenur "Non Uniform hyperbolicity for C1 generic diffeomorphisms" 
C. Favre "Harmonic analysis on trees and applications" 

Confirmed Participants: 
Jose F. Alves, Vitor Araujo, Viviane Baladi, Matthew Baker, Robert L. Benedetto, Jean-Yves Briend, Serge Cantat, Lorenzo Diaz, Jean-Marc Gambaudo, Etienne Ghys, Victor Guinez, Peter Haissinsky, Liang-Chung Hsia, Jan Kiwi, Rafael Labarca, Mikhail Lyubich, Alejandro Maass, Marco Martens, Servet Martinez, Maria Jose Pacifico, Jacob Palis, Yakov Pesin, Enrique Pujals, Mary Rees, David Ruelle, Robert Rumely, Martin Sambarino, Mariusz Urbanski, Marcelo Viana, Michael Yampolsky, Jean-Christophe Yoccoz. 
DCDIS 3rd International Conference on Differential Equations and Dynamical Systems
July 29-31, 2005
University of Guelph, Guelph, Ontario, Canada
Time at Work
April 18-July 13, 2005
Institut Henri Poincare, 
Paris, France (http://www.ihp.jussieu.fr/)

A trimester on asymptotic properties of dynamical systems organised by V. Baladi, J. Bricmont, P.Collet, F. Ledrappier and C. Liverani. 
Courses, minicourses, lectures throughout the trimester - also a one-week workshop on each of the main topics (details on website): Extended systems, Hamiltonian systems, SRB measures and their asymptotic properties, Dynamical zeta functions and quantum chaos.
SHIZUO KAKUTANI MEMORIAL CONFERENCE
Sunday, April 10
Exley Science Center, 265 Church Street, Middletown, Connecticut
Wesleyan University is proud to host a memorial conference for Shizuo Kakutani, who passed away last August. The one-day conference will be held on(Boston) Weakly wandering tales 11:30 - 12:15 Hillel Furstenberg (Jerusalem) Variations on some themes in Shizuo Kakutani's repertoire 12:30 - 14:30 Lunch at Japanica II 15:00 - 15:45 Yuji Ito (Tokyo) Dissipative Transformations and a Theorem of E. Hopf 16:00 - 16:45 Roy Adler (Yorktown Heights) Remembering Shizuo Kakutani Please let us know by e-mail to mkeane@wesleyan.edu if you will come to lunch, as we have made arrangements with the restaurant ahead of time and need to give them a number and dietary wishes. Anyone wishing to come is welcome to all or any part of the program; please feel free to redistribute this announcement. 

Ethan Coven, Adam Fieldsteel, Michael Keane
Resonances and periodic orbits: spectrum and zeta functions in quantum and classical chaos
June 27-July 5, 2005
Institut Henri Poincare, Paris
Organized by V.Baladi, E.Bogomolny, Y.Colin de Verdiere, M.Combescure, F.Ledrappier, and A.Voros 

This workshop/school on "spectrum" of classical and quantum systems, both in the sense of the Laplacian and of dynamical transfer operators, as well as the links of this spectrum with (dynamical) zeta functions, is intended not only for beginners (including PhD students) but also to mathematicians or physicists who wish to learn the basics of the theory and/or the latest developments.

Sixth International Conference "Symmetry in Nonlinear Mathematical Physics"
June 20-26, 2005
Institute of Mathematics, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Kyiv (Kiev), Ukraine
TOPICS: 
* Symmetries of differential equations 
* Integrable and superintegrable systems 
* Symbolic computations in symmetry analysis 
* Dynamical systems, solitons 
* Supersymmetry and its generalizations
* Quantum field theory 
* Lie groups and algebras, representation theory and special functions 
* q-algebras, quantum groups and noncommutative geometry 
* Gravitation, cosmology, quantum gravity 
* Condensed matter and statistical physics 
* Nonlinear phenomena and quantum chaos
DYNAMICS, TOPOLOGY AND COMPUTATIONS
June 4-10, 2006
Bedlewo, Poland
The conference is devoted to computational aspects of dynamics and topology. The themes of the conference include, but are not limited to:
  • classical numerical methods for dynamical ODEs and PDEs,
  • algorithms for rigorous numerics of dynamical systems,
  • topological methods of dynamical systems as tools in developing numerical algorithms,
  • numerical algorithms for topological invariants,
  • KAM theory and rigorous numerics,
  • variational methods,
  • applications to celestial mechanics,
  • numerical experiments in dynamics.
Rational Billiards and Flows on Moduli Spaces
June 3-5, 2005
University of Illinois at Chicago
Third Ahlfors-Bers Colloquium
May 19-22, 2005
Ann Arbor, Michigan

This conference celebrates the mathematical legacy of Lars Ahlfors and Lipman Bers. There will be 12 one-hour plenary addresses. 

Workshop on p-adic Dynamics
May 14-16, 2005
Wesleyan University, Middletown, Connecticut
Topics will include: 

* Ergodic theory on locally compact groups 
* Dynamics of rational functions over Cp and other non-archimedean fields 
* Dynamics on the Berkovich projective line 
* Dynamical systems arising from formal groups 

Our current (tentative) list of speakers includes: 
Matthew Baker, Manfred Einsiedler, Rafe Jones, Andrei Khrennikov, Douglas Lind, Robert Rumely, Ghassan Sarkis, Franco Vivaldi, Thomas Ward 
Spring School: Topics in Complex Dynamics
May 9-13, 2005
Universitat de Barcelona

we are preparing a small spring school on some topics of complex dynamics. It will be held in Universitat de Barcelona, starting on the morning of May 9 (Monday) and ending at noon on May 13 (Friday). It is meant for PhD students (or recent PhDs) in complex dynamics or related areas and it will consist of 3 mini courses of 5 hours each and student talks. The three mini courses are the following:

1. The Escaping Set of a Transcendental Meromorphic Function by Phil Rippon (Open University, UK)

2. On the Moduli Spaces of Attracting Dynamics (tentative) by Carsten Petersen (Roskilde University, DK)

3. Infinitesimal Thurston Rigidity and the Fatou-Shishikura Inequality by Adam Epstein (Warwick University, UK)

AMS Special Session on Dynamical Systems in Neuroscience
April 16-17, 2005
Santa Barbara, California
Organizers: Eugene M. Izhikevich, (http://www.izhikevich.com) The Neurosciences Institute, San Diego, CA
Midwest Dynamical Systems Seminar
April 1-3, 2005
University of Minnesota
The spring 2005 meeting of the Midwest Dynamical Systems Seminar will be held at the University of Minnesota on April 1-3, 2005. The usual format will be followed with the first lecture at 3:00 pm Friday and last lecture ending by 12:30 pm Sunday.

 

http://www.math.umn.edu/~hampton/MWDS.html


for details and updates. A schedule and list of speakers will be sent out in a second announcement. There is no registration required for the conference. Partial financial support may be possible for conference participants, particularly graduate students, postdoctoral fellows and untenured faculty. For questions about arrangements contact Marshall Hampton  or Richard Moeckel. This conference is supported by a grant from the National Science Foundation.
Maryland-Penn State Dynamics Conference
Sat. March 19-Tues. March 22
Univ. of Maryland, College Park MD
2005 Spring Topology and Dynamical Systems Conference
March 17-19, 2005
Berry College, Rome (Mount Berry) Georgia

INVITED SPEAKERS for this conference include:
Justin Moore, Sergio Macias, Ilijas Farah, Joan Hart^M Charles Hagopian, Jane Hawkins, 
Alejandro Illanes, Dennis Burke, Greg Bell, Sam Nadler, Robert Ghrist, Dani Wise, 
Bruce Kleiner, Emina Alibegovic, Geneveive Walsh 

This conference will include SPECIAL SESSIONS on:
Continuum Theory, Dynamical Systems, General and Set-Theoretic Topology, Geometric Topology and Geometric Group Theory 


STDC 2005 gratefully acknowledges the generous support of the National Science Foundation. The funding from this organization allows us to offer the following: 
SENIOR RESEARCHER AND STUDENT SUPPORT: Limited funding is available on a first come, first served basis to support senior researchers and graduate students without other external funding. Intention to apply for funding (up to $350) should be made at the conference registration desk upon arrival. 

Eric McDowell, Todd Timberlake, John Graham (Local Organizing Committee)
Second National Conference on Nonlinear Systems and Dynamics
Feb 24-26, 2005
Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh, India
Deadline for paper submission, August 15, 2004. 
Details on the website of the conference
Coupled 60
Thursday - Sunday, February 3-6, 2005
University of Houston, TX, USA
Coupled 60 is devoted to the dynamics, classification, and applications of cou\ pled systems. 
A workshop on the dynamics, classification, and applications of coupled systems. Speakers will include 

 
Ian Stewart, Warwick            Phil Holmes, Princeton

John Guckenheimer, Cornell      Marty Golubitsky, Houston

Mike Field, Houston             Pete Ashwin, Exeter

Paul Bressloff, Utah            Jack Cowan, Chicago

Toby Elmhirst, Houston          Bard Ermentrout, Pittsburgh

Kreso Josic, Houston            Nancy Kopell, Boston

Jerry Marsden, Caltech          Matt Nicol, Houston

Lou Pecora, Naval Research Lab  Jon Rubin, Pittsburgh

Mike Thompson, Boston           Andrew Torok, Houston

For more information please go to http://www.math.uh.edu/~josic/coupled60/ 
An online registration form may be found at http://www.math.uh.edu/forms/coupled60.html 
This workshop is funded by the National Science Foundation and the University of Houston. 
Workshop Organizers: Kreso Josic, Matt Nicol, Andrew Torok, Marty Golubitsky
RTNS2005: Recent Trends in Nonlinear Science 2005 (winter school)
24-29 January 2005
Castellon, Spain
Second Winter School of the Spanish Network DANCE (http://www.dance-net.org/

Courses (http://www.rtns2005.uji.es/courses.html): 
* John Franks (Nortwestern University, Illinois, USA) Distortion in Lattice Actions on Surfaces 
* Angel Jorba (Universitat de Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain) Numerical methods for invariant objects (tentative) 
* Marcelo Viana (IMPA, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) Lyapunov exponents 

Registration (http://www.rtns2005.uji.es/registration.html): 
The registration period for RTNS2005 will start in September 15, 2004 and will end in November 2, 2004. The registration price is 300 Euro. It includes attendance, materials and lunch. People registering before October 15, 2004 are entitled to have reduced registration fee which is 250 Euro. 
Note: The number of available places in the school is limited. Final admissions will be by the registration order. 
There will be a number of registration and partial or full accommodation grants for young participants. The deadline for registration which include applications for inscription and/or accommodation grants ends on October 15, 2004. 

Presentation (http://www.rtns2005.uji.es/presentation.html): 
This is the second winter school in Dynamical Systems of the Spanish network DANCE (Dinamica, Atractores y Nolinealidad: Caos y Estabilidad). This winter school will be located in the Department of Mathematics of the Universitat Jaume I, Castellon, Spain. The goal of these winter schools is to train their participants to theory and applications in the field of nonlinear science; with the aim that theory and applications enforce each other. This will be done in an atmosphere of informal discussion and interchange of ideas. The idea of these winter schools is to help young researchers for their basic training and open new fields for the senior ones. These courses have received official recognition in the doctorate programs of Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona and Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya. 
Pan-American Advanced Studies Institute on Differential Equations and Nonlinear Analysis
January 10-21, 2005
Centro de Modelamiento Matematico
Universidad de Chile
Santiago, Chile

This event will be a continuation and an extension of the bi-annual Americas Conference Series on Differential Equations and Nonlinear Analysis, which started in 1994 and has already had five meetings held in Mexico, Brazil, US, Venezuela, and Canada. Its main goal will be to promote the interaction between the analytical and dynamical studies of evolutionary equations on the American continent. The core of the program will consist of a series of intensive mini-courses, during the first week, followed by complementary lectures, talks, short communications, and discussions on latest developments, during the second week.

Harmonic analysis, ergodic theory and probability, in honor of Yitzhak Katznelson
December 12 - 14, 2004
Stanford University
WORKSHOP ON HOLOMORPHIC DYNAMICS
December 6-11, 2004
Mathematics Institute of the University of Warwick
WORKSHOP Workshop "Synchronization and high-dimensional chaos in coupled systems"
November 15 - 16, 2004
Berlin

The workshop will focus on mathematical and physical aspects of dynamical phenomena in coupled systems. The main topics will include: - basic research in synchronized chaos - effect of delay on the synchronization - application of synchronization theory in laser physics and biology - appearance of high-dimensional chaos in coupled systems
Midwest Dynamical Systems Seminar 
October 22-24, 2004
University of Cincinnati
DYNAMICAL NEUROSCIENCE XII:
October 21-22, 2004
San Diego, California
Hyperbolic Geometry and Geometric Analysis Conference
October 15 - 17, 2004 
Wesleyan University 
Middletown, Connecticut 
6th Workshop on NONLINEAR DYNAMICS AND CHAOS
Friday, Oct. 1 - Sunday, Oct. 3, 2004
Courant Institute
Organized by Lai-Sang Young and George Zaslavsky.
Recent Progress in Dynamics
On the occasion of the 60th birthday of Anatole Katok 
September 27-October 1, 2004 
Mathematical Sciences Research Institute in Berkeley
Nonlinear Dynamics, Ergodic Theory and Renormalization
September 20-24, 2004
Lorentz Center Leiden University
VERHULST 200 on Chaos 
September 15-19, 2004 
Royal Military Academy 
Brussels, BELGIUM 
This conference is organized to commemorate the bicentenary of the birth of Pierre-Francois Verhulst, the man who wrote the logistic map and so founded the theory of chaos.
Dynamics Days 2004 
September 13-17 2004
Palma de Mallorca, Spain

Deadlines for submissions: To be considered for an oral presentation, abstracts must be received by the organizers by August 31st. No limit will be placed on the number of posters. 
Geometric and Ergodic Theory of Dynamical Systems 
August 30 to September 3, 2004
ICMC-USP, São Carlos, Brazil 

This workshop is being held to honor the life-long contributions of Carlos Gutierrez and Marco Antonio Teixeira to the field of Dynamical Systems, in the occasion of their 60th birthday. The programme will include many branches of dynamical systems and related fields.
FIFTH INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON CLASSICAL AND CELESTIAL MECHANICS
August 23-28, 2004
Velikie Luki, Russia
Fields of participants interests: dynamical systems, stability and bifurcation theory, chaos, perturbation theory, theory of periodic motions, three-body and N-body problems, dynamics of rigid and flexible body, orbital and attitude dynamics, modeling and simulation of dynamics.
Workshop on Dynamics in Statistical Mechanics 
Le Centre de Recherches Mathematiques 
August 2-6, 2004
Quebec, Canada
Summer School and Conference on Dynamical Systems 
July 19 - August 6, 2004
Trieste, Italy
Activity on Algebraic and Topological Dynamics
May 1, 2004 -- July 31, 2004
Max-Planck-Institut fur Mathematik, Bonn, Germany
Dynamical Systems, Prague 2004
Czech Technical University in Prague
18 - 25 July, 2004 
Prague, Czech Republic
Ornstein Fest
July 20 - 22, 2004
Stanford University
Perspectives in Nonlinear Dynamics 
12-15 July, 2004
Chennai, India
This is one of the satellite conferences for STATPHYS-22 which is being held in Bangalore, July 4-9 2004.
First Joint Canada/France Meeting in Mathematics Sciences 
July 12-15, 2004 
Toulouse, France
ESF Exploratory Workshop " Dynamical Systems: from Algebraic to Topological Dynamics"
July 5-9, 2004
Bonn, Germany
Dynamics of conservative diffeomorphisms of surfaces : a topological viewpoint 
July 1-3, 2004 
Universite de Bourgogne, 
Dijon, France 
session ``L'Etat de la recherche'' (Societe Mathematique de France)
DYNAMICS of COUPLED MAP LATTICES 
June 21 - July 2, 2004
Institut Henri Poincare, Paris

The goal of this two weeks meeting is to bring together scientists working on CML to present major achievements and to discuss open problems in this area. Results and techniques from related areas will also be exposed. The meeting will consist of lectures and motivated discussions sessions. Each invited specialist will present a didactic exposition of major results and possible extensions in a specific area of CML. Lectures from speakers in related areas are intend to enlarge the interest for CML either as models of space-time phenomena or as tools in the analysis of such phenomena.
2ND LATIN AMERICAN CONGRESS OF MATHEMATICIANS
June 20-26, 2004
Cancun, Mexico.
AIMS' fifth conference on Dynamical Systems and Differential Equations
June 16 - 19, 2004
Pomona, CA, USA
Plenary Speakers: Peter Bates, Gunduz Caginalp, Peter Constantin, Mark Lewis, Fanghua Lin,
Stanley Osher, Ka-Kit Tung, Eiji Yanagida, Jean-Christophe Yoccoz
Complex Dynamics: Twenty years after the first viewing of the Mandelbrot set
June 13 - 17, 2004 
Snowbird, Utah
Analysis and Geometry on Random Structures 
May 24-28, 2004. 
Lille, France. 
Please register before: April 10, 2004
Ergodic Theory of Group Actions: Geometry and Probability
May 23-25, 2004
Universite d'Orleans, France
This meeting is dedicated to the memory of Martine Babillot.
MULTIDIMENSIONAL NON-UNIFORMLY HYPERBOLIC DYNAMICAL SYSTEMS 
May 23 to 28, 2004
CIRM, Luminy, Marseille, France. 
Contacts:
Sandro Vaienti,
Xavier Bressaud
Pluri-thematic school around ergodic theory
May 17th 2004 - May 21st 2004
CIRM, Marseille, France

This conference will consist in mostly short courses by specialists about areas of mathematics close to ergodic theory and subject to developments at the boarder line between the two. Topics include Bio-maths, Optimization, Stochastic Differential Equations, Signal Theory, Algorithmic Theory, C* algebras, Number Theory.
Proposals are wellcome (yves.lacroix@univ-tln.fr). 
The conference addresses primarily to ergodic theorists interested in interactions with other branches of mathematics, courses are expected to be oriented so as to both address to non-specialists, and potentialy reveal short term possible interactions.
International Conference "Differential Equations and Related Topics" 
Dedicated to I. G. Petrovskii 
Moscow Lomonosov State University Steklov Mathematical Institute 
May 16 - 22, 2004 
Moscow, Russia 
Ordinary Differential Equations (B. M. Milliontchikov and N. Ch. Rozov) Partial Differential Equations (V. A. Kondratiev, S. I. Pokhozhaev and E. V. Radkevich) Dynamical Systems (D. V. Anosov, S. Yu. Ilyashenko and V. M. Zakalyukin) Mathematical Physics and Mechanics (A. V. Fursikov, S. B. Kuksin, N. N. Ural'tseva, M. I. Vishik) Geometry, Integrable Systems and Solitons (V. M. Bukhshtaber, V. V. Kozlov and V. A. Vasiliev) Operator Theory (A. A. Shkalikov and V. N. Sorokin) Asymptotic Methods and Homogonization (A. S. Shamaev, A. L. Pjatnitskii and V. V. Zhikov) Numerical Methods (N. S. Bakhvalov and G. M. Kobel'kov) 
91st STATISTICAL MECHANICS CONFERENCE
MAY 16-18, 2004
RUTGERS UNIVERSITY, BUSCH CAMPUS, HILL CENTER, ROOM 114
School and Workshop on Dynamical Systems and Applications
May 3-8, 2004
Porto, Portugal
Fractal 2004 
"Complexity and Fractals in the Sciences" 
8th International Multidisciplinary Conference 
4 - 7 April 2004 
Vancouver, Canada
Midwest Dynamical Systems Seminar 
April 2-4, 2004 
University of Michigan (Ann Arbor) 
Discrete Structures and Complex Dynamics 
AMS Sectional meeting #995 
March 26-27, 2004 
Athens, Ohio
Dynamical systems and related topics 
Sat. March 20-Tues. March 23, 2004
University of Maryland, College Park
International Congress on Dynamical Systems in the honour of Prof. Jose Luis Massera
March 11th. -20th., 2004
Montevideo, Uruguay
Scientific Committee: A. Katok, J. Lewowicz, S. Newhouse, J. Palis, D. Ruelle, A. Verjovsky, J.C. Yoccoz. Information, contributions and registration form: http://imerl.fing.edu.uy/congress/ 
Complex Dynamics 
Research Institute for Mathematical Sciences 
Kyoto University 
February 16-20, 2004 
Kyoto, Japan
Recent Trends in Nonlinear Science
February 2-6, 2004
Palma de Mallorca
Complex Analysis and Applications 
Trimester at the Institut Henri Poincare 
November 24, 2003 - February 20, 2004 
Paris, France
Topological and Geometrical Methods of Complex Differential Equations 
Research Institute for Mathematical Sciences 
Kyoto University 
January 19-23, 2004 
Kyoto, Japan
International Workshop on Groups, Geometry and Dynamics 
Technion-Israel Institute of Technology, 
January 5-9, 2004 
Haifa, Israel
Hilbert's Sixteenth and Related Problems in Dynamics, Geometry and Analysis 
In honor of the 60-th anniversary of Yulij Sergeevich Ilyashenko
December 26-29, 2003 
Moscow, Russia
The 8th Asian Technology Conference in Mathematics (ATCM 2003)
December 15-19, 2003
Chung Hua University, Hsin-Chu, Taiwan

The 8th Asian Technology Conference in Mathematics (ATCM2003) aims to 
provide an interdisciplinary forum for teachers, researchers, educators and decision 
makers around the world in the fields of mathematics and mathematical sciences. It 
also provides a venue for researchers and developers of computer technology to 
present their results in using technology in both basic research and pedagogical 
research, and to exchange ideas and information in their latest developments. The 
conference will cover a broad range of topics on the relevancy of technology in 
mathematical research and teaching.
90th Statistical Mechanics Conference 
December 14-16, 2003 
Rutgers University, Hill Center, Room 114
Complex Dynamics in Higher Dimension 
Research Institute for Mathematical Sciences 
Kyoto University 
December 1 - 5, 2003 
Kyoto, Japan
Dynamical Systems
Trimester at the Institut Henri Poincare 
Sep 1- Nov 21, 2003 
Paris, France
International Workshop On Robustness And Partial Hyperbolicity 
November 3 - 8, 2003 
IMPA, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 
The meeting will be held at Hotel Collona Park, Buzios, Rio de Janeiro
Semi-annual Workshop in Dynamical Systems
October 23 - October 26, 2003
Penn State University, University Park, PA
Geometry, Dynamical Systems and Celestial Mechanics - A tribute to Alain Chenciner
October 22 - October 25, 2003
Institut Henri Poincare, Paris
Scientific committee: Jacques Laskar, John Mather, Harold Rosenberg, Carles Simo and 
Jean-Christophe Yoccoz.
Midwest Dynamical Systems Seminar
October 10-12, 2003
IUPUI, Indianapolis, IN
COMPLEX ANALYTIC METHODS IN DYNAMICAL SYSTEMS
August 25 to 29, 2003 
IMPA , Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 
In honor of the 60th birthday of Cesar Camacho
Gordon Conference on Nonlinear Science
August 3-8, 2003
Tilton School, New Hampshire 
An interdisciplinary conference focusing on applications of the methods and 
concepts from nonlinear dynamics to all areas of science. Special emphasis
will be on experimental nonlinear systems, development of new nonlinear 
techniques aimed at addressing scientific issues.
Equadiff2003, An International Conference on Differential Equations
July 22-26,2003
Hasselt,Belgium
Ergodic Theory with Connections to Number Theory 
July 21-25, 2003 
Oregon State University 
Corvallis, Oregon
Summer school on HOLOMORPHIC DYNAMICS 
July 20 to August 9, 2003 
Cortona (ITALY) 
COURSES: 
Introduction to Complex Dynamics: Prof. Ted GAMELIN (UCLA) 
Special topics in Complex Dynamics: Prof. S. Marmi (SNS) 
GRANTS: A number of grants will be available for Ph.D students 
wishing to attend the school. Deadline for application: May 17, 2003 
(for non Italian residents), June 21, 2003 (for Italian residents)
Geometric and Probabilistic Aspects of Dynamical Systems
Symposium year at University of Warwick
April 7-18 2003: Holomorphic Dynamics
July 7-18 2003: Symbolic Dynamics and Ergodic Theory
University of Warwick,England
Recent Trends in Dynamics 2003
July 7-11,2003
Porto, Portugal
New connections between dynamical systems and PDE's 
July 6 to 10, 2003 
American Institute of Mathematics, Palo Alto, California 
This small, focused workshop, sponsored by AIM and the NSF, 
will explore new connections between dynamical systems and PDE's. 
Specific topics include emerging connections between Mather sets and 
viscosity solutions of nonlinear PDE's, recent progress on PDE versions 
of Aubrey-Mather Theory, and KAM theory for dynamical systems and its PDE analogues.
Summer School in Dynamical Systems
June 30-July 4,2003
Porto, Portugal
Dynamics in The Complex Plane 
An international symposium in honour of Bodil Branner
June 19-21,2003
Sxminestationen, Holbfk, Denmark
A Conference on Probability in Mathematics
In honor of Hillel Furstenburg's 65th birthday. 
June 17-19,2003 in Jerusalem, Israel and 
June 22-24,2003 in Be'er Sheva, Israel. 
Topics to include: Stochastic Processes, Topological Dynamics, 
Boundary Theory, Ergodic Theory, and Combinatorial Number Theory.
AIMS' fifth international conference on Dynamical System and Differential Equations 
June 16-19, 2004
California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, California
The conference covers all major research areas in analysis and dynamics. 
Equally emphasized are real-world applications in terms of modeling and 
computations. The conference will provide a unique international forum 
for the international community of mathematicians and scientists working 
in analysis, differential equations, dynamical systems, and their applications 
to real world problems in the forms of modeling and computation. The aim 
of this conference is to bring the worldwide senior experts as well as young 
researchers together to report recent achievements, exchange ideas, and 
address future trends of research, in a relaxing but stimulating environment.
5th Dublin Differential Equations Conference
June 10-14, 2003
Dublin City University, Dublin, Ireland
The conference covers applications of differential equations and will 
include special workshops on functional differential equations, modeling 
of plasmas, photonic waveguides and biological systems.
SIAM Conference on Applications of Dynamical Systems
May 27-31,2003
Snowbird,Utah,USA
Perspectives in Analysis 
May 26-28, 2003
KTH, Stockholm, Sweden
James H. Simons Conference on Quantum and Reversible Computation
May 25-31,2003
Stony Brook,NY,USA
Dynamical Systems
May 25-29,2003
Denton,Texas,USA
The Fourth International Conference on DYNAMIC SYSTEMS AND APPLICATIONS
May 21-24, 2003
Morehouse College, ATLANTA, Georgia, U.S.A
Spring 2003 Meeting of the Maryland-Penn State Workshop on Dynamical Systems
March 22-25 (Saturday through Tuesday)
Department of Mathematics, University of Maryland
Spring Topology and Dynamical Systems
March 20-22,2003
Lubbock,Texas
Fractal Geometry and Stochastics
March 17-22,2003
Friedrichroda,Germany
Joint Mathematics Meeting
January 15-18,2003
Baltimore,Maryland
Dynamics Days Arizona
January 8-11,2003
Scottsdale,Arizona,USA
International Conference on Dynamical Systems and Geometry,
to Celebrate the Sixtieth Anniversary of Alberto Verjovsky

January 6-11,2003
Cuernavaca, Mexico
88th Statistical Mechanics Conference
Celebrating the seventieth birthday of Elliot Lieb

December 15-17,2002
Rutgers University,NJ,USA
Workshop on Dynamics and Randomness
December 9-13,2002
Universidad de Chile, Santiago, Chile
Geometric and Probabilistic Aspects of Dynamical Systems
Symposium year at University of Warwick
December 9-13 2002: Real and Complex One-dimensional Dynamics
University of Warwick,England
Complex Dynamics
October 26-27,2002
Indiana University,Bloomington,IN
5th Workshop on Nonlinear Dynamics and Chaos
October 25-26, 2002
Courant Institute,New York,NY
Dynamical systems
In honor of the 60th birthday of John Mather
October 14-15 Penn State,2002
October 17-20 Princeton,2002
Dynamical Systems and Related Topics
October 12-15,2002
Penn State University,PA,USA
International Conference on Dynamical Methods for Differential Equations
September 4-7, 2002
Medina del Campo, Valladolid, Spain
ICM 2002 
August 20-28,2002
Beijing,China
Complex Analysis
August 14-17,2002
Shanghai Jiao-Tong University,China
New directions in Dynamical Systems 2002.
(ICM Satellite Conference)
First week: August 5-9, 2002, Ryukoku University.
Second Week: August 11-15, 2002, Kyoto University.
Kyoto, Japan.
Workshop on Geometry,Dynamics and Mechanics
in honour of the 60th birthday of J.E.Marsden

August 7-11,2002
Let's Face Chaos Through Nonlinear Dynamics
30 June - 14 July 2002
CAMTP, University of Maribor, Slovenia
XXII Dynamics Days Europe 2002
July 15--19, 2002
University of Heidelberg,Germany
Biomathematics Euro Summer School
Dynamical Systems in Physiology and Medicine 

July 8-19,2002
Urbino,Italy
The Tenth International Symposium on Dynamic Games and Applications
July 8-11,2002
Saint Petersburg,Rusia
Dynamic Equations on Time Scales 
July 8-19,2002
Univ. of Wyoming, Laramie, Wyoming
The 5-th Americas Conference on Differential Equations and Nonlinear Dynamics
July 7-12,2002
Edmonton,Canada
Workshop on piecewise isometries
June 2-15,2002
Marseille,France
Probability and Conformal Mappings
2001-2002
Institut Mittag-Leffler,Sweden
The Fourth International Conference on "Dynamical Systems and Differential Equations"
May 24-27,2002
University of North Carolina at Wilmington, Wilmington , NC 28403, U.S.A.
NATO Advanced Study Institute "Synchronization:Theory and Application"
May 20-31, 2002
Yalta, Crimea, Ukraine
Special Research Trimester on Dynamical Systems
February 1 - April 30, 2002
Pisa,Italy
Midwest Dynamical Systems Meeting
April 5-7, 2002
University of North Carolina at Asheville,NC
Maryland - Penn State Workshop on Dynamical Systemsand Related Topics
March 23-26
University of Maryland, College Park
Spring Topology and Dynamics Conference
March 21-23,2002
University of Texas, Austin, Texas
FRACTAL 2002
"Complexity and Fractals in the Sciences"
7th International Multidisciplinary Conference

March 17-20,2002
Granada,Spain
Workshop on Hamiltonian Dynamical Systems
11-15 February 2002
Imperial College, London, UK
DynamicSummer: Topics in Nonlinear Dynamics
January 21 to February 1, 2002
The Australian National University, Canberra, Australia
Fundamental Mathematics Today
December 26-29 ,2001
Sant Petersburg,Russia
AMS Joint Mathematics Meeting: Special Session in Symbolic Dynamics
January 6-9, 2002
San Diego, California
86th Statistical Mechanics Conference
December 16-18,2001
Rutgers University,NJ,USA
Quantum and Classical Integrability and Infinite Dimensional Systems
December 2-8,2001
International Centre for Mathematical Sciences, Edinburgh, UK
Dynamical Systems of Billiard Type
AMS Western Sectional Meeting
November 10-11, 2001
Irvine, California
Workshop on Applications of Dynamical Systems
November 8-13, 2001
University of Florida,FL,USA
The 2001 Ahlfors-Bers Colloquium 
October 18-21,2001
University of Connecticut ,CT
AMS Sectional Meeting Program
October 13-14, 2001
Williamstown, MA, Special Session on Number Theory, Holomorphic Dynamics
and Algebraic Dynamics
Dynamical Systems and related topics workshop
October 11-14, 2001
Penn State University,PA
Midwest Dynamical Systems Meeting 
October 5-7,2001
University of Colorado at Boulder,CO,US
Modeling and Identification of Continuous Nonlinear
Dynamical Systems

September 23 - 26,2001
Freiburg ,Germany
Ergodic Theory and Dynamical Systems
August 31st - September 5th, 2001
Villetaneuse, France
Foliations and Geometry 2001
August 2-11,2001
Pontificia Universidade Catolica,Rio de Janeiro,Brazil
Second Workshop on the Conley Index.
Sherbrooke (Quebec), Canada
August 15-18, 2001.
School and Workshop on Dynamical Systems
IN HONOUR OF M. HERMAN

Miramare - Trieste, Italy
30 July - 17 August 2001
International Conference on Dynamics of Continuous
Discrete and Impulsive Systems

July 27-31,2001
London, Ontario, Canada
Nonlinear Evolution Equations and Dynamical Systems
July 24-31,2001
Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Cambridge, UK
Experimental Chaos Conference 2001
July 22-26,2001
Potsdam, Germany
Joint International AMS-Sociematique de France Meeting.
Special sessions in: Lyon, France, July 17-20, 2001.
Dynamical Sytems
July 15-21,2001
Mathematisches Forschungsinstitut Oberwolfach,Germany
Symmetry in Nonlinear Mathematical Physics
July 9-15, 2001
Institute of Mathematics of NAS of Ukraine, Kyiv (Kiev), Ukraine
The International Conference On Differential Equations and
Dynamical Systems with Applications.

July 3-8,2001
Lhasa,Tibet,P.R.China
Progress in Nonlinear Science
Dedicated to the 100th Anniversary of Alexander A. Andronov.

2-6 July, 2001.
Nizhny Novgorod, Russia.
PRODYN in Göttingen
June 25 - July 6.
Georg-August-Universität Göttingen.
Workshop: Global Analysis of Dynamical Systems
in honour of Floris Takens on his 60th Birthday

June 24-29, 2001.
Lorenz Center, Leiden University, The Netherlands
Complex Analysis & Dynamical Systems.
June 19-22, 2001.
ORT Braude College (Karmiel) and
Emmy Noether Research Institute at Bar-Ilan University (Ramat-Gan).
Beijing International Conference on Dynamical Systems and Ordinary Differential Equations
June 18 - June 22, 2001
Peking University, China
Gordon Conference on Nonlinear Science.
June 17-22,2001
Mt Holyoke College, MA, USA
Graphs and Patterns in Mathematics and Theoretical Physics.
A Conference to Celebrate Dennis Sullivan's 60th Birthday

June 14-21, 2001.
SUNY Stony Brook.
From Dynamical Systems to PDE'S
Symposium in memory of Jurgen Moser
June 11-15,2001
Zurich,Switzerland
Nonlinear Dynamics and Chaos
June 8-10,2001
Burwalls Conference Centre, University of Bristol UK
FRACTALS IN GRAZ 2001
Stochastics - Analysis - Dynamics - Geometry

Technical University of Graz, June 4-9, 2001.
Equivalence of dynamical systems under smooth changes of variables
and rigidity

June 4 -8,2001
University of Missouri at Columbia,USA
International Conference on Partial Hyperbolicity.
In honor of the 60th birthday of Charles Pugh.

Northwestern University, May 29 - June 2, 2001.
Sixth SIAM Conference on Applications of Dynamical Systems.
SIAM, Snowbird, UT, USA. 
May 20-24, 2001.
SPT2001 - Symmetry and Perturbation Theory
May 6-13, 2001 
Cala Gonone (Sardinia, Italy)
The 85th Statistical Mechanics Conference.
Rutgers University, 
May 6-8, 2001.
Conference on Topics in Ergodic Theory, Probability, and Analysis
In honor of Jacob Feldman

Penn State University, April 20-22, 2001.
Midwest Dynamical System Seminar
March 30 - April 1, 2001.
Northwestern University, Evanston Illinois.
4th Workshop on Nonlinear Dynamics and Chaos
Courant Institute of MAthematical Sciences.
March 23-24 2001.
HAMSYS-2001
March 19-24, 2001.
Guanajuato, Mexico.
Semi-annual Workshop on Dynamical Systems and Related Topics
March 17-20 (Saturday-Tuesday), 2001
University of Maryland, College Park
Systemes Dynamiques, l'odyssee dynamique
January 29 - March 2 2001
CIRM, Marseille France
Around Dynamics.
A Conference to Celebrate Jack Milnor's 70th birthday.

March 9-11, 2001.
SUNY Stony Brook.
Random Walks 2001.
Special Semester

February - July, 2001.
Erwin Schroedinger Institute, Vienna.
84th Statistical Mechanics Conference
To celebrate the 65th birthdays of David Ruelle and Yasha Sinai.

Rutgers University, Hill Center, December 17-19, 2000.
WORKSHOP ON DYNAMICS AND RANDOMNESS
Departamento de Ingeniertica and Centro de Modelamiento Matematico, Universidad de Chile.
December 11-15, 2000.
Singularity Theory 
Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences, 
Jul 24 - Dec 22 2000
Southwest Regional Workshop in Dynamical Systems
16 November (late afternoon) to 19 November 2000
University of Southern California
Workshop on Fractal and Modeling in Structural and Dynamical Analysis
Centre de recherches mathematiques (CRM),
Montreal, Canada, 
November 11-14, 2000.
Semi-annual Workshop in Dynamical Systems and Related Topics
Penn State University. Atherton Hotel, October 26-29, 2000.
Perturbative Methods in Partial Differential Equations and Dynamical Systems
October 22-28, 2000
Cagliari, Italy
Geometric and Symbolic Dynamical Systems 
October 21-22, 2000
San Francisco, California
CONFERENCE "ADRIEN DOUADY"
October 20-21, 2000
Centre de recherches mathematiques, Universite de Montreal, Canada.
Swedish-Russian conference on Combinatorics and Dynamics
October 3-8, 2000
KTH, Stockholm, Sweden
Workshop on Applications to wave propagation theory and dynamical systems. 
Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Cambridge, United Kingdom, 
September 25-29, 2000.
Fall 2000 Midwest Dynamical System Seminar
30th Anniversary Conference

University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio. 
September 22-24, 2000
Fractal Geometry: Mathematical Techniques, Algorithms and Applications.
De Montfort University, Leicester, United Kingdom, 
September 19-22, 2000.
New Developments in Dynamical Systems
Research Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Kyoto University, Kyoto, Japan. 
September 18-22, 2000.
Dynamical Systems and Differential Geometry.
Research Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Kyoto University, Kyoto, Japan. 
September 6-8, 2000.
Regular and Unstable Motions in Hamiltonian Systems.
Palazzo Argiletum, University of Rome Tre, Italy. 
September 6-9, 2000.
Dynamical Systems and Ergodic Theory
August 21--30, 2000
Katsiveli (Crimea, UKRAINE)
SIAM Dynamical Systems Pacific Rim Conference (DS00)
Maui Marriot Hotel, Lahaina, Maui, Hawaii, USA, 
August 10-12, 2000.
International Confer ence on Dynamical Systems
IMPA, Rio de Janeiro, 19-28 July, 2000
Young researchers'Symposium @ ICMP2000 
Imperial College, London 
17 - 22 July 2000
CBMS Lecture Series
The existence and non-existence of periodic orbits in smooth dynamical systems. 

Principal lecturer: Krystyna Kuperberg
Math Department at Mercer University, Macon, GA, USA, 
July 10-14, 2000.
Dynamical Systems
International Centre for Mathematical Sciences, Edinburgh, 
10-14 July, 2000
Second International Conference "Control of Oscillations and Chaos" (COC'2000)
St Petersburg, Russia, 
July 5-7, 2000.
Symposium on Syn chronization of Chaotic Systems
3 - 5 July, 2000
Trieste, Italy
NEEDS 2000 14th Workshop on Nonlinear Evolution Equations and Dynamical Systems.
Hotel Yucelen, Gokova, Turkey, 
June 29 - July 7, 2000.
Conference on Differential Equations and Dynamical Systems 
in honor of Waldyr Oliva.

Instituto Superior Tecnico. Lisbon, Portugal, 
June 26-30, 2000.
Twentieth European D ynamics Days
25 - 29 June 2000
University of Surrey, Guildford, UK
CAD-2000
PhD Euroconference on Complex Analysis and Holomorphic Dynamics 

Platja d'Aro (Catalunya), Spain, 7-11 June, 2000.
Nonlinear Analysis, 2000. 
Courant Institute, NY, USA, 
May 28 - June 2, 2000.
A Kleinian Groups and Complex Dynamics Day
for the Celebration of Linda Keen's 60th Birthday

Graduate Center of CUNY May 19, 2000.
International Conference on Dynamical Systems and Differential Equations
18-21 May, 2000
Kennesaw State University, Kennesaw, GA, USA.
Nonlinear Phenomena in Complex Systems:
Chaos, Fractals, Phase Transition, Self-organization

Minsk, Belarus, May 16-19, 2000.
International Conference on Dynamical Systems
8-13 May 2000
University of Porto, Porto, Portugal
Scientific Committee: M. Benedicks, J. Palis, Ya. Sinai, S. van Strien, J. C. Yoccoz. Organizing Committee: Z. Coelho, M. J. Costa, A. A. Pinto, M. Pollicott. 
83rd Statistical Mechanics Conference
7-9 May, 2000. 
Rutgers University, Hill Center, Rm 114.
School on Dynamical Systems
2-6 May 2000
University of Porto, Porto, Portugal
Speakers: C. Bonatti, M. Pollicott, M. Viana, J.-C. Yoccoz. Organizing Committee: Z. Coelho, M. J. Costa, A. A. Pinto, M. Pollicott. The closing date for submitting requests for participation is 31 January 2000.
FRACTAL 2000, "Complexity and Fractals in the Sciences"
April 16-19 2000 
Singapore.
Semi-annual Workshop in Dynamical Systems and Related Topics
March 18-21, 2000
University of Maryland, College Park
Jointly sponsored with Penn State University.
Return times, Entropy and Complexity
March 13th to 17th, 2000
Marseille - Luminy (France)
Regional AMS Meeting, Special Session: Uniformly and Partially Hyperbolic Dynamical Systems 
11-12 March 2000
UC Santa Barbara
Midwest Dynamical Systems Meeting
March 9-12, 2000
Gainesville, Florida
AMS Winter Meeting. Special Session on Holomorphic Dynamics and Related Areas 
Washington DC January 19-22 2000.
International Conference on Celestial Mechanics In honor of Don Saari's 60th birthday
Northwestern University, December 15-19, 1999
October 21-24, 1999 
State College, PA 
Jointly sponsored by Penn State and the University of Maryland
Midwest Dynamical System Seminar 
October 8-10, 1999
Northwestern University, Evanston Illinois.
Nostradamus '99 
October 7-8, 1999
Technical University Zlin, Czech Republic
AMS Sectional Meeting 
September 25, 26, 1999
Salt Lake City, Utah
Topology and Dynamics: Rokhlin Memorial 
August 19-25, 1999
St. Petersburg, Russia
1999 AMS Summer Research Institute in Smooth Ergodic Theory and Applications 
July 26 - August 13, 1999
University of Washington, Seattle, WA
Theory of Fixed Points and its Applications 
July 26-30, 1999
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Dynamics Days Asia-Pacific: First International Conference on Nonlinear Sciences 
13 - 16 July 1999
Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong
4th Int'l Summer School/Conference "Let's Face Chaos through Nonlinear Dynamics" 
June 27- July 11, 1999
CAMTP, University of Maribor, Maribor, Slovenia
AMS Sectional Meeting
September 25, 26
Salt Lake City, Utah
The Session is entitled "Ergodic and Number Theory" and there are some slots left for talks. It is organized by Bob Burton, bob@orst.edu and Tom Schmidt, toms@math.orst.edu. Email them for more information
Euroconference in Mathematics on Crete: Holomorphic Dynamics 
June 26- July 2,1999
Crete, Greece
Dynamics Days Europe 
June 20 - June 23, 1999
Villa Olmo, Como Italy
Third International Conference on Dynamical Systems and Applications 
May 26-29, 1999
Atlanta, U.S.A.
Fifth SIAM Conference on Applications of Dynamical Systems 
May 23-27, 1999
Snowbird, Utah
Fourth Joint Mathematics Meetings, AMS-SMM, Special Session on Smooth Dynamical Systems
May 19-22, 1999
University of North Texas, Denton
European Math Society Lectures on "Real and Complex Dynamics" by M. Lyubich
  • May 17 - 22 Russian Academy of Sciences, St. Petersburg
  • May 31 - June 4 Universitat de Barcelona
  • June 14 - 18 Technical University of Denmark
Midwest Dynamical Systems Conference: Honoring Bob Williams on his 70th Birthday 
April 16-18, 1999
University of Michigan
Great Lakes Geometry Conference
April 16-17, 1999
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Complex Dynamics: The University of Arkansas Annual Lectures in the Mathematical Sciences 
April 15-17, 1999
Fayetteville, Arkansas
Workshop on Smooth Ergodic Theory 
March 29-31, 1999
Lisbon, Portugal
Differential Equations and Physics in Fractals
March 22-26, 1999
Cambridge, England
Spring 1999 Maryland/Penn State Dynamical Systems Conference
March 20-23 (Saturday-Tuesday), 1999
University of Maryland, College Park, MD
International interdisciplinary workshop: CHAOS IN BRAIN ?
March 10-12, 1999
Bonn, Germany
London Mathematical Society, Spitalfields Day 
March 5, 1999 
Cambridge, England
Workshop on Multi-Dimensional Complex Dynamics
February 6-7, 1999
Indiana University, Bloomington
Issac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences: Special Programme in Fractals and Mathematics
January-April, 1999
Cambridge, England
Summer School on Sandpiles, random systems and random walks 
27 January to 5 February 1999
Stellenbosch, South Africa
Princeton University/IDA Center for Communications Research Symposium on Dynamical Systems 
January 29-31, 1999
Fine Hall, Princeton University, Princeton, N.J. 
14 invited speakers: Dolgopyat, Forni, Kaloshin, Katznelson, Kosygin, Krichever, Lyubich, Margulis, Milnor, Ornstein, Shub, Smillie, Veech, Xia. 
For more information contact I. Sinai or J. Mather thru Ddona@princeton.edu or L.Neuwirth at lpn@ccr-p.ida.org (609) 279-6231.
Beyond Quasiperiodicity: Complex Structures and Dynamics 
January 11 - January 15, 1999
Dresden, Germany
Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences, EC Summer School, Multifractals - Mathematics and Applications 
January 4 - January 8, 1999
Cambridge, England
Dynamical Systems Special Session, 1998 Fall Western Sectional Meeting of the AMS 
November 14 - 15, 1998
Tucson, Arizona
Fractal 98, Complexity and Fractals in the Sciences 
October 25-28, 1998
Valletta, Malta
Semi-annual Workshop in Dynamical Systems and Related Topics 
October 8-11, 1998
Atherton Hotel, State College, PA
Midwest Dynamical System Seminar 
September 25-27, 1998
Northwestern University 
Evanston Illinois
Nostradamus '98 
September 22-23, 1998
Zlin, Czech Republic
Continuation Methods in Fluid Dynamics (ERCOFTAC and EUROMECH colloquium 383) 
September 6-9, 1998
Aussois, France
Fourth International Conference on Difference Equations and Applications 
August 27 - 31, 1998
Poznan, Poland
Workshop on Dimension like Characteristics of Dynamical Systems 
July 12-15, 1998
Dresden, Germany
Dynamical Systems and Small Divisors 
June 13-20, 1998
Cetraro (Cosenza, Italy)
Questions de mesures et dimension en dynamique holomorphe 
May 25-29, 1998
Luminy, France
Laminations and Foliations in Dynamics, Geometry and Topology 
May 18-24, 1998
SUNY at Stony Brook, Stony Brook, NY
International Conference on Dynamical Systems 
May 18-22, 1998
Kiev, Ukraine
Global Analysis 30 Years Later 
March 25-28, 1998
University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH
Semi-Annual Workshop in Dynamical Systems and Related Topics
March 21-24, 1998

University of Maryland, College Park, MD
Symbolic Dynamics Workshop 
March 19-20, 1998
University of Maryland
Spring Topology and Dynamics Conference 
March 12-14, 1998
George Mason University, Fairfax, VA
1997 Fall Central Sectional Meeting of the AMSSpecial Session on Low Dimensional Dynamics 
October 24-26, 1997
Milwaukee, WI
Semi-annual Workshop in Dynamical Systems and Related Topics
October 23-26, 1997
Penn State University, State College, PA
AMS Special Session on Complex and algebraic dynamics and applications
October 17-19, 1997
Atlanta, GA
The Dynamics and Topology of Low Dimensional Flows
October 17-19, 1997

Georgia Tech, Atlanta, GA
Workshop on One-Dimensional Dynamics
October 8-30, 1997

Banach Center, Warsaw, Poland
Conference celebrating the life and work of Lars Ahlfors
September 19-21, 1997
Stanford University
Emerging Applications of Dynamical Systems 
Institute for Mathematics and Its Applications
September 1997 - June 1998
IMA, University of Minnesota
ALAPEDES Annual Meeting
 September 7 - 10 1997 (inclusive) 
Waterford Institute of Technology 
Waterford, Ireland
Non-holonomic constraints in dynamics26-29 August 1997
University of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Symposium on Discrete Dynamical Systems in honor of Wieslaw Szlenk
August 25-28, 1997

Barcelona, Spain  
The 7th Jyväskylä International Summer School,
Courses and a workshop in topics in modern dynamical systems.
August 4-22, 1997

Jyväskylä, Finland
International Conference on Differential Equations and Dynamical Systems
August 1-4, 1997

University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada
4th Quadriennal International Conference on Dynamical Systems
July 29 - August 8, 1997

IMPA, Rio de Janeiro, Brasil
Workshop on the Conley Index Theory
June 16-27, 1997
Stefan Banach International Mathematical Center, Warsaw, Poland
 
Conference in Honour of Vladimir Arnol'd
June 15-21, 1997 
The Fields Institute for Research in Mathematical Sciences, Toronto, Canada
New York Journal Of Mathematics Conference
June 8 - 14, 1997

Skidmore College, Saratoga, NY
Congreso Internacional de Dinamica No-lineal.
June 1st To June 14th. 
Cuernavaca, Mexico
Sixth Viennese Workshop on Optimal Control, Dynamic Games and Nonlinear Dynamics Theory and Applications in Economics and OR/MS Information 
May 21-23, 1997
Vienna, Austria.
Fourth SIAM Conference on Applications of Dynamical Systems 
May 19-22, 1997
Snowbird Ski and Summer Resort, Snowbird, Utah
International Conference on Random Dynamical Systems
April 28 - May 2, 1997
Bremen, Germany
Dynamical Systems and Related Topics Workshop
April 26 - April 29, 1997
University of Maryland at College Park
Seventh Midwest Geometry Conference
April 11 --- April 13
University of Kansas, Lawrence Kansas
Southwest Dynamical Systems Conference
April 11 - 13, 1997
University of North Texas, Denton, TX
The 1997 Spring Topology and Dynamics Conference
April 10-12, 1997
University of Southwestern Louisiana
Fractal 97 
"Fractals in the Natural and Applied Sciences" 
4th International Multidisciplinary Working Conference 
8 - 11 April 1997
Denver, Colorado, USA
A Workshop in Complex Dynamics in Higher Dimensions
March 22-23, 1997
Indiana University, Bloomington Indiana 
 
Variational Methods in Hamiltonian Dynamics
March 21-23, 1997
Princeton University, Princeton, NJ
1997 Spring Southeastern Sectional Meeting of AMS, Special Sessions on 
Symbolic DynamicsDynamical Systems and Fractal Geometry, and Chaotic Dynamics
March 21-22, 1997
Memphis, TN
International Conference on Modern Ergodic Theorems
16-22 March, 1997
Technion, Haifa, Israel
Midwestern Dynamical Systems Spring Meeting
February 28-March 2, 1997
University of Texas, Austin
The Kra Festival A Conference on Complex Analysis In honor of Irwin Kra's 60th birthday 
February 15-17, 1997
SUNY at Stony Brook, NY
Winter School in Dynamical Systems 
January 12-17, 1997
Institute for Advanced Studies, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
International Conference on Dynamical Systems at Indian Institute of Science 
January 10 - 15, 1997
Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India
1997 Joint Mathematics Meeting of the AMS,  
Special Session on Interactions Between Ergodic Theory and Number Theory January 8-11, 1997
San Diego, CA
Workshop on Time-Reversal Symmetry in Dynamical Systems 
December 9-20, 1996
Mathematics Research Centre, University of Warwick
Symposium on Planar Vector Fields 
November 24 - 27,1996
Lleida, Spain
1996 Fall Western Sectional Meeting of AMSSpecial Session on Dynamical Systems 
November 16-17, 1996
Pasadena, CA
Midwest Dynamical System Seminar 
November 15 - 17, 1996
Northwestern University
Issues in the Computation of Bifurcations and Singularities in Dynamical Systems 
October 16-20, 1996
Geometry Center at the University of Minnesota
1996 Fall Southeastern Sectional Meeting of AMS, Special Session on Dynamical Systems and Continuum Theory 
October 11-12, 1996
Chattanooga, TN
Workshop in Dynamical Systems and Related Topics 
October 3-6, 1996
The Pennsylvania State University, State College, PA
European Research Conference on: "Chaotic Phenomena in Nuclear Physics" 
September 28 - October 3, 1996
Capsis Beach Hotel, Aghia Pelaghia, Crete, Greece
International Workshop On Dynamical Systems And Geometry 
July 31th - August 9th, 1996
PUC - Rio, Brasil
9th Summer School/4th Panhellenic Conference in Complexity & Chaotic Dynamics 
22 July - 2 August 1996
Patras, Greece 
Most of the lectures will be in greek
Topological Methods in Differential Equations and Dynamical Systems 
July 17-20, 1996
Jagiellonian University Conference Centre, Kraków, Poland
Dynamics Days 1996 
July 10-13, 1996
Ecole Normale Superieure de Lyon
Contemporary Problems in the Theory of Dynamical Systems 
July 1-7, 1996
Nizhny Novgorod, Russia 
  
Classification Problems in C*-algebras and Dynamics 
June 30-July 4, 1996
Mount Holyoke College, South Hadley, Massachusetts
Summer School on Conformal Geometry and Geometric Function Theory 
June 25-29, 1996
Segovia, Spain
Dynamical Zeta Functions, Nielsen Theory & Reidemeister Torsion '96 
June 24 - July 5, 1996
Stefan Banach International Mathematical Center, 25 Mokotowska Str., 00-950 Warsaw, Poland
Informal conference on Multidimensional Cocycles 
June 6-7, 1996
George Washington University
International Conference on Dynamical Systems and Differential Equations 
May 29 - June 1, 1996
Southwest Missouri State University
Symposium on Differential Equations, Dynamical Systems and Applications Information 
June 4-5, 1996
Delft University of Technology, Delft, The Netherlands.
AMS-BeNeLux International Meeting, Special Session on Dynamical Systems
May 22-24, 1996
Antwerp, Belgium
Fractals and Dynamical Systems. Annual meeting of the MAA, Metro New York section. 
May 5, 1996
CW Post Campus, Nassau County, NY
Midwest Dynamical Systems Conference 
April 26-28, 1996
University of Michigan
Second annual Midwestern conference on complex dynamics in higher dimension 
April 19 - 21, 1996
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Symbolic Dynamics Workshop 
March 28-29, 1996
and 
Dynamical Systems and Related Topics Workshop
March 30-April 2, 1996
University of Maryland at College Park
First AU-UAB Miniconference in Dynamics 
March 22, 1996
University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB).
The 1996 Joint Spring Topology Conference and Southeast Dynamical Systems Conference. 
March 7-9, 1996
Ball State University, Muncie, Indiana.
DYNAMICAL SYSTEMS: QUO VADIS ? 
March 1 - 3, 1996
University of California, Los Angeles.

 

MICHAEL BRIN PRIZE IN DYNAMICAL SYSTEMS

Professor Michael Brin of the University of Maryland has endowed an international prize for outstanding work in the theory of dynamical systems and related areas. The prize will be given for specific mathematical achievements that appear as a single or a series of publications in refereed journals, proceedings or monographs.

The goal of the prize is to recognize mathematicians who have made substantial impact in the field at an early stage of their careers. Normally the recipients should be no more than twelve years from Ph.D.

The prize includes an award of $15000. Expenses for the recipient's trip to the award ceremony will also be covered from the prize endowment fund.

The prize will be awarded biennially by an international committee of experts. The inaugural committee includes the following members:


Jean Bourgain, Institute for Advanced Studies, Princeton katok_a@math.psu.edu
John N. Mather, Princeton University jnm@Math.Princeton.edu
Yakov Pesin, Penn State University pesin@math.psu.edu
Marina Ratner, University of California at Berkeley ratner@Math.Berkeley.edu
Marcelo Viana, IMPA, Rio de Janeiro viana@impa.br
Benjamin Weiss, Hebrew University of Jerusalem weiss@math.huji.ac.il

Nominations for the prize will be made by committee members. The committee will seek informal input from the mathematical community concerning potential candidates for the prize.

The first prize will be awarded in March 2008 at the Spring 2008 Maryland meeting of the semi-annual Workshop in Dynamical Systems and related topics dedicated to Professor Brin sixtieth birthday.

Subsequent prizes will be awarded in the fall of each odd year starting form 2009. The venue for presentation of those awards has been fixed as the Fall Penn State meeting of the semi-annual Workshop in Dynamical Systems and related topics but it may change in the future. Award ceremony will include a one-hour lecture about the winner's work by a leading expert in the area. This lecture will be later published in Journal of Modern Dynamics.