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College de France, Paris
May 29 - 31, 2017

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 information is available at

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

New Jersey City University, 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 Institute for Theoretical Studies, Engelberg, Switzerland
February 5-11, 2017


- 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.

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 at x3817

Sponsored by:

CUNY Graduate Center, New York
January 20, 2017


For questions please contact SERGIY MERENKOV (

IUPUI (Indianapolis, IN)
November 4-6, 2016

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

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

Søminestationen in Holbæk, University of Roskilde, Denmark
September 29, 2016 - October 2, 2016

With last year being an exception, we resume the tradition of a yearly workshop 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
until Thursday September 15.

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.


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 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:

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