1. Graduate students and postdocs,

2. People working on complex dynamics in one variable, and

3. People working on several complex variables non-dynamically.

Whenever possible, topics will be explained first in one-dimension and then the techniques will be extended to higher dimensions.

MINI-COURSES by:

Eric Bedford (Institute for Math Sciences at Stony Brook)

Jeffrey Diller (University of Notre Dame)

Charles Favre (Ecole Polytechnique)

John Hubbard * (Cornell University)

Mattias Jonsson (Universtiy of Michigan)

Kyounghee Kim (Florida State University)

Mikhail Lyubich * (Institute for Math Sciences at Stony Brook)

Martin Sombra * (ICREA - Universitat de Barcelona)

* To be confirmed

ORGANIZERS:

Ivan Chio

Scott Kaschner

Juan Rivera-Letelier

Roland Roeder

STRUCTURE:

Monday-Tuesday: Learning talks by and for graduate students and postdocs. Topics and material to be provided.

Wednesday-Friday: Mini-courses by experts in the field, directed to graduate students, postdocs, and researchers.

TRAVEL SUPPORT:

Available for US-based people from the National Science Foundation grant DMS-1348589. Priority will be to graduate students, postdocs, and other early career mathematicians. Please apply by March 31st for full consideration.

To participate, please write to SCVdynamics2020@gmail.com indicating:

1. What days you would like to attend;

2. If you are asking for travel support.

Graduate students and postdocs, also indicate:

3. If you would like to give a learning talk on Monday and Tuesday;

4. Your advisor/mentor.

Reminder: if you are offered support and plan to fly to the meeting, you must fly on a US-based airline to be reimbursed for your flight.