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Algorithms in Complex Dynamics and Mapping Class Groups

November 2 -3, 2019, ICERM at Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island.

The Conference will be held at ICERM located at Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island.

Abstract

Thurston maps are orientation-preserving branched covering maps of the two-sphere to itself for which the orbits of the branch points form a finite set. They arise in the classification of complex dynamical systems.

Here is the link: https://icerm.brown.edu/events/ht19-3-acdm/

 

Complex Dynamics in Southern Hemisphere

 January 6 - 10, 2020, Facultad de Matemáticas , Universidad Católica UC, Santiago, Chile

The aim of the workshop is to bring together experts working in holomorphic dynamics in low dimensions and the exchange of new ideas for research directions.

Organizing Committee:
Daniel Coronel , UNAB , Chile; Jan Kiwi, PUC, Chile, Luna Lomonaco , IME-USP, Brazil

Renormalization and Universality in Conformal Geometry, Dynamics, Random Processes, and Field Theory: February 3 - June 5, 2020

 February 3 - June 5, 2020, Stony Brook University, Simons Center for Geometry and Physics ( SCGP )

The goal of the program is to bring together mathematicians and physicists working on various aspects of renormalization in dynamical systems. The idea of ​​renormalization group emerged in Quantum Field Theory. Later, in the 1960s, it became a major tool in Statistical Mechanics in the analysis of phase transitions and critical phenomena. One can say that the ideas of renormalization group have revolutionized the field. This development culminated in Wilson's expansion based on his ideas on intrinsic relation between physical parameters in different scales.

In the 1970s the renormalization ideology was transferred to Dynamics in the context of Universality discoveries by Feigenbaum, Coullet and Tresser, and has since become one of the most powerful tools of understanding small scale structure of a large variety of systems. It has become particularly well (and rigorously) developed in the Conformal context, in particular, in the geometric problems related to the celebrated MLC Conjecture on the local connectivity of the Mandelbrot set.

Today, the renormalization ideas have penetrated deeply into many areas of Mathematics and Physics, but an explicit relation between various areas often remains elusive. One of our goals is to look for a unifying approach that would cover various manifestations of the renormalization.

Organizers:
Kostya Khanin, University of Toronto, Canada; Misha Lyubich, Stony Brook University


There are a few workshops associated with this program: Analysis, Dynamics, Geometry and Probability: March 2-6, 2020 http://scgp.stonybrook.edu/archives/29488
Renormalization retrospective: Feigenbaum Memorial Conference: May 28-29, 2020 http://scgp.stonybrook.edu/archives/30373
which will serve as an introduction to the SCGP Workshop:  Many Faces of Renormalization: June 1-5, 2020 http://scgp.stonybrook.edu/archives/30366

Probability, Analysis and Dynamics, Bristol, UK

April 7-9, 2021, Bristol, UK

These are the third conferences in which they are also capable of conveying their message to the audience from various regions of these fields. Beside the leading senior figures we also invite them to show their lion's claws.

Please register at the conference site:   http://www.bris.ac.uk/pad21/