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University of North Texas
May 14 - 17, 2024

The conference will bring together a diverse group of experts in a range of subfields of Dynamical Systems that have many interconnections but that do not usually meet together in the same conference, despite sharing many common tools and related problems. The main themes of the conference are:

  • Complex Dynamics

  • Fractal Geometry

  • Thermodynamic Formalism

  • Open Dynamical Systems

  • Random Dynamical Systems.

The goal is to further strengthen the connections between these areas, discuss new research directions, and develop new collaborations. We will also take the opportunity to celebrate Professor Mariusz Urbański receiving the 2023 Sierpiński Medal.

Registration:  There is no registration fee, and some limited travel support is available. If you are interested to participate, please fill out the registration form by February 29.

Invited speakers:

Centro de Giorgi in Pisa, Italy
May 27-31, 2024


Parameter spaces in complex dynamics to be held at the Centro de Giorgi in Pisa, Italy, May 27-31, 2024. 

 The main theme of the conference are parameter spaces in complex dynamics, and there will be people working both  in dynamics of  one variable and of several complex variables. 

Due to logistical reasons, space is limited, so if you want to participate, it is important to apply  by  registering before March 15, 2024. We will confirm your participation as early as possible after you register, and in any case, before April 1st so you can finalize your travel plans. You can register on the conference webpage ( 

The deadline  to apply for financial support  was January 15, 2024. We will take  decisions confirming financial support  by February 15. There will be a poster session.

On behalf of the scientific and organizing committee:

Ayreena Bakhtawar,  Anna Miriam Benini, Carlo Carminati, Vasiliki Evdoridou, Nuria Fagella.

Provo Library, Provo, Utah
June 11 - 13, 2024

The third Rocky Mountain Conference on Dynamical Systems in memoriam of Todd Fisher will take place on June 11th-13th 2024, at the Provo Libraryin Provo, Utah. 

We have limited funding to cover the lodging for up to three nights. Preference will be given to students and early career mathematicians. The deadline for applying for funding is May 17th.

More information about this conference can be found on this website. 

The organizers: Lennard Bakker, Keith Burns, Davi Obata, Dan Thompson, Ben Webb and Amie Wilkinson.

Confirmed speakers: Lennard Bakker, Jérôme Buzzi, Sylvain Crovisier, Boris Hasselblatt, Krerley Oliveira, Jana Rodriguez Hertz, Davi Obata, Ali Tahzibi and Amie Wilkinson.

Basque Center for Applied Mathematics (BCAM) in Bilbao, Spain
June 12 - 14, 2024

This is an announcement for the workshop “QuMA: Queer and Trans in Mathematical Analysis” at the Basque Center for Applied Mathematics (BCAM) in Bilbao, Spain, from June 12th to June 14th, 2024

The workshop will take place both online and in person, and we encourage submissions of contributed talks, both online and in person. We have limited funding for lodging for students, and registration is free.

Applications for contributed talks, and for limited funding, are open until March 15th, 2024. We want to emphasize that you are free to submit a contributed talk. The general registration deadline is April 12th.

To register for the event, submit a contributed talk, and for more info, please visit our our website. I have attached a high resolution image of our poster, if you'd like to print it and display it at your institution.

Invited speakers:

  • silviana amethyst (she/her)

  • Tarik Aougab (he/him)

  • Ron Buckmire (he/him)

  • Marco Carfagnini (he/they)

  • Padi Fuster Aguilera (she/her/ella)

  • Elizabeth Menezes (she/her)

  • Kyne Santos (she/her/he/him)

  • Sylvie Vega-Molino (she/her)

  • Katrin Wehrheim (they/them)


University of Bologna, Italy
June 24 - 28, 2024

The conference "New Frontiers in Parabolic Dynamics and Renormalization" will take place from June 24 to June 28, 2024 at the University of Bologna in Italy. In addition to showcasing recent developments, we will celebrate Giovanni Forni's contributions to the field on the occasion of his 60th birthday.

The conference webpage with confirmed speakers can be found at

We kindly ask that anyone interested fill out the Pre-registration form on the website as soon as possible. We will post more information about the conference as it becomes available. We are working on securing funding to support participants, especially for junior participants.

Please direct any questions to any of the organizers. We look forward to seeing you in Bologna next year.

The organizing committee: Carlos Matheus, Corina Ulcigrai, David Aulicino, Luca Marchese, Rodrigo Treviño, Stefano Marmi

ICMS, Bayes Centre, Edinburgh
July 1 -5, 2024

The Conference Classical Function Theory in Modern Mathematics at ICMS, Edinburgh, will also celebrate the 70th birthday of Prof. Alexandre Eremenko, a world leader in function theory whose work has had a profound influence on a wide range of disciplines, including the theory of meromorphic functions, differential equations, dynamical systems, geometry (both differential and algebraic), potential theory, holomorphic curves, and theoretical physics.

This workshop will explore applications of classical function theory within modern mathematics. It will bring together researchers from a diverse collection of mathematical fields, whose common ground is that they use function theory to make major progress in their area of study.

  • Lasse Rempe, University of Liverpool

  • Vasiliki Evdoridou, The Open University

  • Eugenia Malinnikova, Stanford University

  • Sergiy Merenkov, City College of New York

  • David Martí-Pete, University of Liverpool

  • Byung-Geun Oh, Hanyang University

Banach Center, Bedlewo, Poland
July 21 - 26, 2024

You are invited to the upcoming conference, "On Geometric Complexity of Julia Sets - V," to be held from July 21-26, 2024, in Będlewo, Poland. This conference promises to delve into a diverse array of topics on Complex Dynamics, with a particular focus on exploring the intricate nature of Julia sets.

For detailed information, please refer to the attached poster and visit our conference website:

We kindly ask all participants, including those who plan to attend virtually, to register by June 16, 2024. Additionally, limited financial support is available for graduate students and early career researchers. The deadline to apply for financial support is May 12, 2024. The registration form, as well as the latest information regarding conference fees, can be found at

Organizing Committee:
A. Dudko, B. Karpińska, L. Pardo-Simón, Ł. Pawelec, F. Przytycki, J. Raissy.

Northwestern University’s Evanston campus
August 5-9, 2024

The conference NU Trends in Ergodic Theory will take place at Northwestern University from the 5th to the 9th of August 2024. The conference will bring together researchers working on many aspects of ergodic theory and its applications to share recent developments. For more information please visit the conference website.

A summer school will take place the week before, from July 29th to August 2nd. The summer school lecturers - Vitaly Bergelson, Sebastián Donoso, Rachel Greenfeld - will each give mini-courses introducing graduate students to ergodic theory and preparing them for the conference.

Applications for financial support for travel and accommodation for both the conference and the summer school  can be made through here:

SUSTech University, Shenzhen, China
August 12 - 17, 2024

The "Advances in Dynamics" conference will be held from August 12, 2024 to August 17, 2024, at SUSTech University (Shenzhen, China). Please  REGISTER HERE before July 1, 2024. Limited financial support may be available for young researchers. Please visit the conference website for more information. You can also find the list of confirmed speakers here.


Scientific Committee 

Danijela Damjanovic (KTH) 

Dmitry Dolgopyat(U.Maryland) 

Patrick Foulon(CIRM) 

Andrey Gogolyev (Ohio State) 

Carlos Gustavo Moreira(IMPA) 

Enrique Pujals(CUNY) 

Federico Rodriguez Hertz (Penn State) 

Jana Rodriguez Hertz (SUSTech) 

Pedro Salomão(SUSTech) 

Lan Wen(Chinese Academy of Sciences) 

Xiangdong Ye(USTC- CAS) 

Organizing Committee
Pablo Carrasco (UFMG)
Stefano Luzzatto (ITCP)
Jana Rodriguez Hertz (SUSTech)
Pedro Salomão (SUSTech)
Carlos Vásquez (PUC Valparaiso)
Jiagang Yang (UFF)
Yiwei Zhang (SUSTech) 


Fields Institute, Toronto, Canada
August 12 - 16, 2024

The Fields Institute will celebrate the centenary of the 1924 International Congress of Mathematicians (ICM) held in Toronto, Canada. The first ICM held in North America, the conference was brought to Toronto by John Charles Fields as part of his vision of mathematics as a unifying force in the traumatic aftermath of World War I. 

John Charles Fields kept an abiding faith in young people as the architects of a better tomorrow. Since the first awarding of the Fields Medal in 1936, the ICM has recognized young mathematicians who have made enormous contributions to their respective areas and inspired countless more to strive for excellence.

Join us as we celebrate the legacy of the 1924 ICM and 100 years of its impact on mathematics – locally and globally. This six-day event will bring living Fields medallists and the international mathematics community back to Toronto for a look at how far mathematics has come and where we may go forward from here.