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Moscone North/South, Moscone Center, San Francisco, CA
January 3-6, 2024

AMS Special Session on Ergodic Theory, Symbolic Dynamics, and Related Topics, I
The proposed section will focus on measurable and topological dynamical systems, with an emphasis on symbolic systems. Symbolic systems can be used to discretize more general systems, and the analysis of symbolic systems has found useful applications in many fields (e.g., combinatorics, theoretical computer science). Symbolic systems are also of independent interest. The section will focus on symbolic dynamics and will also include related topics such as ergodic theory and measurable dynamics.
Room 105, The Moscone Center

Andrew T Dykstra, Hamilton College
Shrey Sanadhya, Ben Gurion University of the Negev, Israel

Details (speakers and schedule)

Registration to JMM 2024 can be done here.

Tata Institute of Fundamental Research (TIFR), Mumbai, India and (IISER), Pune, India
January 1 - January 12, 2024

A conference on `Randomness, Geometry and Dynamics', jointly organized by the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research (TIFR), Mumbai, India and the Indian Institute of Science Education and Research (IISER), Pune, India from January 1 - January 12, 2024. 
This is the flagship conference of the School of Mathematics at TIFR Mumbai, organized once every four years. It will be a two week program this time-- the theme for the first week is `Probability and geometric group theory' and for the second week is `Dynamics'. 
There will be poster sessions for students/postdocs. See link for more details:
We request interested participants to send an email to as soon as possible. 
Confirmed speakers:

Second week (dynamics) Jan 8-12, 2024

 Uri Bader (Weizmann Institute, Israel)

Araceli Bonifant (University of Rhode Island, USA) 
Aaron Brown (Northwestern University, USA)

Davoud Cheraghi (Imperial College, UK)

Laura DeMarco (Harvard University, USA)

Tien-Cuong Dinh (NUS, Singapore)

Dzmitry Dudko (Stony Brook University, USA)

Romain Dujardin (Sorbonne University, France)

Charles Favre (École Polytechnique, France) 
David Fisher (Rice University, USA)

Tsachik Gelander (Weizmann Institute, Israel)

Seonhee Lim (Seoul National University, South Korea)

Luna Lomonaco (IMPA, Brazil)
Mikhail Lyubich (Stony Brook University, USA)

Shahar Mozes (Hebrew University, Israel)

Amos Nevo (Technion, Israel)

Carsten Petersen (Roskilde University, Denmark)

Dierk Schleicher (Aix-Marseille University, France) 
Dylan Thurston* (Indiana University Bloomington, USA)

Barak Weiss (Tel Aviv University, Israel)

First week (geometric group theory, probability, hyperbolic geometry) Jan 1 - 5, 2024
Mladen Bestvina (University of Utah, USA)

Martin Bridson (Oxford University, UK)

Cornelia Drutu (Oxford University, UK)

Koji Fujiwara (Kyoto University, Japan)

Subhojoy Gupta (IISc, India)

Ursula Hamenstädt (Universität Bonn)

Dawid Kielak (Oxford University, UK)
Alex Lubotzky (Hebrew University, Israel)

Kathryn Mann (Cornell University, USA)
Yair Minsky (Yale University, USA)

Alan Reid (Rice University, USA)

Karen Vogtmann (University of Warwick, UK) 

Anirban Basak (ICTS, India)
Riddhipratim Basu (ICTS, India)

Sourav Chatterjee (Stanford University, USA)

Shirshendu Ganguly (UC Berkeley, USA)

Nina Holden (Courant Institute, USA)

Manjunath Krishnapur (IISc, India)
Scott Sheffield (MIT, USA)
S. R. S. Varadhan (Courant Institute, USA)

Yilin Wang (IHES, France)
Ofer Zeitouni (Weizmann Institute, Israel) 


Marseille cedex 9, FRANCE
December 4 - 8, 2023

The main conference will focus on renormalization in dynamics, geometry, and number theory. In many areas of dynamics and geometry, the ideas of renormalization and self-similarity play a crucial role. These ideas involve rescaling dynamical or geometric phenomenon to observe behaviors at multiple scales.

In this conference we will focus on the following problems:

  • Geometric models of digit algorithms
  • Symbolic models of unipotent dynamics
  • Renormalization in Interval exchanges and dynamical systems
  • Number theory and circle and sphere packings

For more information:

Tsaghkadzor, Armenia
November 20-25, 2023

The main theme of the conference is the interface of real and complex dynamics, real and complex geometry and analysis. The talks of the conference will present recent results on this interface that belong to the area of dynamical systems and to related areas in real and complex geometry and analysis; including holomorphic foliations, finite-dimensional integrable systems, billiards and mathematical physics.

The goal of the conference is to bring together leading experts in the field, along with researchers in the early stage of career and graduate students.

Additional information is available here.

Harvard University Science Center Hall D
October 27–28, 2023

A showcase of mathematics in interaction with physics, computer science, biology, and beyond.

This conference will be held in hybrid format, both in person and via Zoom Webinar.

Registration is required.

In-person registration (link).

Zoom Webinar registration (link).


  • Michael R. Douglas (Harvard CMSA)
  • Dan Freed (Harvard Math & CMSA)
  • Mike Hopkins (Harvard Math)
  • Cumrun Vafa (Harvard Physics)
  • Horng-Tzer Yau (Harvard Math)

Further details and a schedule are available at:

University of Illinois Chicago
October 20 - 22, 2023

The 2023 Midwest Dynamical Systems Conference will take place on Oct. 20-22 at the University of
Illinois Chicago. The conference starts at 3pm on Friday 10/20 and ends around noon on Sunday

Aaron Calderon (U Chicago)
Jacopo De Simoi (U Toronto)
Meg Doucette (U Chicago)
Adi Glücksam (Northwestern)
John Johnson Jr. (Ohio State)
Sarah Koch (Michigan)
Kathryn Mann (Cornell)
Jacob Mazor (Stony Brook)
Alex Wright (Michigan)

 Travel and accommodations support is available for US-based participants from the National Science
Foundation grant DMS-2230827. Priority will be given to graduate students, postdocs, and other early
career mathematicians. Please apply by October 15th for full consideration.   

 The conference website has more details, including how to apply for financial support:

Please let us know if you have any questions by emailing

Søminestationen in Holbæk, Denmark
October 19 - 22, 2023

The dynamics learning workshop and Ph.D. course will feature a mini-course MLC and tools to study the problem, by Dzmitry Dudko and Michail Lyubich, Stony Brook University. The focus of the workshop is on parabolic implosion with applications in holomorphic dynamics.

To our great regret, this will be the last of our long series of combined workshops and Ph.D. courses at Søminestationen in Holbæk, because Roskilde University have decided to give up the lease of the place.


The workshop takes place at Søminestationen in Holbæk, Denmark.  Søminestationen in Holbæk is a meeting facility operated by the University of Roskilde. Housing meals and lectures will all take place at the facility.


It is not possible to officially register until the beginning of August. When registration opens, please check back.


Scientific Committee: Christian Henriksen, Signe Emalia Jensen, Carsten Lunde Petersen and Eva Uhre.

Organizers: Carsten Lunde Petersen, Christian Henriksen, Signe Emalia Jensen and Eva Uhre

The Fields Institute for Research in Mathematical Sciences, Toronto
August 21 - 25, 2023

The idea of renormalization emerged in the 1960s in mathematical physics, and revolutionized the field of Statistical Mechanics, where it has become the main tool in the analysis of phase transitions and critical phenomena. In the 1970s, renormalization ideology was transferred to Dynamics due to independent discoveries of universality phenomena by Feigenbaum and Coullet & Tresser. It has since become one of the most powerful tools of understanding small scale structure of a large variety of dynamical systems. Renormalization 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.

This workshop will bring together top experts in the study of renormalization in Dynamics to map out the current state of the art and the new directions in this exciting and rapidly developing field.

Confirmed Speakers

Dr. Pierre Berger, Sorbonne University
Dr. Davoud Cheraghi, Imperial College London
Dr. Dima Dudko, Stony Brook University
Dr. Gabriela Estevez, UFF
Dr. Tanya Firsova, Kansas State University
Dr. Selim Ghazouani, UCL 
Dr. Natasha Goncharuk, Texas A&M University
Dr. Igors Gorbovickis, University of Bremen 
Dr. Sasa Kocic, University of Mississippi
Dr. Mikhail Lyubich, Stony Brook University 
Dr. Marco Martens, Stony Brook University 
Dr. Liviana Palmisano, KTH 
Dr. Enrique Pujals, CUNY
Dr. Jonguk Yang, University of Zurich

Organizing Committee:  Konstantin Khanin - University of Toronto;  Michael Yampolsky - University of Toronto

Helsinki, Finland
August 14 - 18, 2023

We are excited to invite you to join the in person "Quasiworld Workshop'', held August 14th to 18th, 2023, in Helsinki, Finland.  The conference brings together the broad community
of complex dynamics, geometric group theory, analysis on metric spaces and random geometry, and focuses on the interactions between these fields. The conference dinner will also
celebrate the 60th birthday of Mario Bonk, his numerous profound research contributions in the field, and his vast service to the community.

The registration is now open:

We also have limited funds to support participation in the event, primarily for early career participants. The deadline to request such funds is April 28th 2023:

Our speakers include:
  *  Kari Astala (University of Helsinki)
  *  Zoltán Balogh (University of Bern)
  *  Walter Bergweiler (Kiel University)
  *  Chris Bishop (Stony Brook University)
  *  Marc Bourdon (University of Lille)
  *  Luca Capogna (Smith College)
  *  Alice Chang (Princeton University)
  *  Alex Eremenko (Purdue University)
  *  Peter Haïssinsky (CNRS)
  *  Ursula Hamestädt (University of Bonn)
  *  Jun Kigami (Kyoto University)
  *  Bruce Kleiner (CIMS)
  *  Pekka Koskela (University of Jyväskylä)
  *  Urs Lang (ETH)
  *  Sergiy Merenkov (CCNY)
  *  Jason Miller (University of Cambridge)
  *  Mathav Murugan (UBC)
  *  Dimitrios Ntalampekos (Stony Brook University)
  *  Kevin Pilgrim (Indiana University Bloomington)
  *  Pietro Poggi-Corradini (Kansas State University)
  *  Kai Rajala (University of Jyväskylä)
  *  Steffen Rohde (University of Washington)
  *  Nages Shanmugalingam (University of Cincinnati)
  *  Yilin Wang (IHES)

You may contact us at, if you have any questions.

The organizers
Sylvester Eriksson-Bique, Mikhail Hlushchanka, Annina Iseli, Daniel Meyer, Dimitrios Ntalampekos, Pekka Pankka, Kirsi Peltonen,
Eero Saksman


Urgench State University (Uzbekistan)
August 4-9, 2023

NSF IRES: Advanced Studies Institute in Analysis on Fractal Spaces and Dynamical Systems

The Advanced Studies Institute (ASI) with funding from the NSF will host the conference in Uzbekistan on August 4-9, 2023 to be held at Urgench State University. The ASI will engage advanced graduate students in active learning and research at the frontiers of knowledge in broader areas of Analysis and Dynamical Systems. The ASI will serve as a catalyst for future international collaborations that promote, encourage and engage students from underrepresented groups including female students. The ASI lecturers are Mario Bonk (UCLA), Sergey Merenkov (City College of New York and CUNY Graduate Center), Mikhail Lyubich (SUNY Stony Brook), Dzmitry Dudko (SUNY Stony Brook), Pekka Pankka (University of Helsinki, Finland), and Sabya Mukherjee (Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, India).

The research focus of the ASI will be on contemporary topics in Analysis on Fractal Spaces and Dynamical Systems. Contemporary mathematics has become a truly international endeavor and hence it is important that students grasp this early on and start cementing their international network of researchers. The ASI, through its lectures and research related activities, will serve as a platform to incorporate the latest developments in these areas into education and research for graduate students. We will focus on supporting advanced graduate students and active researchers from a wide variety of colleges and universities in the U.S. The cultural component includes traveling to the ancient Silk Road cities of Tashkent, Samarkand, Bukhara and Khiva to learn about the cultural and scientific heritage of Uzbekistan.

For more information contact Dr. Zair Ibragimov at or apply directly on the website link below