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Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis
November 18-20, 2022

The 2022 Midwest Dynamical Systems Conference will be November 18-20 at IUPUI.   The conference starts at 3pm on Friday 11/18 and ends around noon on Sunday 11/20. 


 Travel and accommodations support is available for US-based people from the National Science Foundation grant DMS-2230827. Priority will be to graduate students, postdocs, and other early career mathematicians. Please apply by October 5th for full consideration.   

 We have arranged for some rooms in hotels near campus to be available at a discounted rate.   Reservations must be made before 10/19/2022.   

 Please see the conference website for more details, including how to apply for financial support and how to book the hotel rooms: 

Please email if you have any questions. 

Penn State University Park campus
NOVEMBER 3 - 6, 2022

The 33rd Fall meeting of the Workshop in Dynamical Systems and Related Topics will take place on NOVEMBER 3 - 6, 2022. 
It will be dedicated to 75th birthdays of Michael Brin and Yakov Pesin.

All lectures will be held at the Mathematics Department (114 McAllister Building) at the Penn State University Park campus.

The workshop will feature:
A SPECIAL SESSION  dedicated to the 75th birthday of YAKOV PESIN organized by Jairo Bochi (, Vaughn Climenhaga (vclimenh@Central.UH.EDU),
and Svetlana Katok ( on Friday, November 4.

A SPECIAL SESSION "Collaborations of female researchers in dynamical systems and related areas of geometry, topology and number theory" organized by
Zhenqi Wang ( in the morning session on Saturday, November 5.

The 4th MICHAEL BRIN DYNAMICAL SYSTEMS PRIZE FOR YOUNG MATHEMATICIANS will be presented in the afternoon session on Saturday, November 5 followed by a
talk by the winner.

If you decided to participate in the workshop, please, register at your earliest convenience by filling out the registration form and submitting it electronically.

Rio de Janiero, Brazil
10/24/2022 - 10/28/2022

October 2022 marks the 70th anniversary of IMPA's foundation. Over those seven decades, the institute established itself as an international center of excellence in mathematical research, with a strong impact in all of Latin America, namely through its track record in the training of young researchers from the region and other parts of the world. IMPA's wide range activities go much beyond, encompassing the publication of books and other educational materials, the training of school teachers, the technological collaboration with the Brazilian industry, the organization of nationwide school olympiads, and the active popularization of mathematics.

To mark the occasion, we are holding an international conference which will take place at IMPA's headquarters in Rio de Janeiro, from October 17 to 21, 2022. The conference will feature a large number of distinguished international participants, including Fields Medalists and Nobel laureate as invited speakers.

IMPA Conference 70 Years
IMPA, Rio de Janeiro, October 17 – 21

International Conference on Dynamical Systems – Celebrating the 60th Birthday of Marcelo Viana
IMPA, Rio de Janeiro, October 24 – 28

Complex Dynamics in the Tropics  Celebrating the 60th Birthday of Carsten Lunde Petersen
IMPA, Rio de Janeiro, November 27 – December 03

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
October 24 - 28, 2022

For the last several decades, the Dynamics group at IMPA has been organizing international conferences on a roughly quadrennial basis. In this year’s edition we take the occasion to celebrate the 60th birthday of Marcelo Viana. 

Following the tradition of previous events, this will be a broad meeting, covering most active topics and attracting many of the very best researchers in the field. We expect plenty of interesting new developments to be presented at the conference.


Invited speakers 

Anton Zorich (Paris-Jussieu) – Abstract
Artur Avila (IMPA and Zürich)
Carlangelo Liverani (Rome Tor Vergata)
Carlos Gustavo Moreira (IMPA)
Dmitry Dolgopyat (Maryland)
Federico Rodriguez-Hertz (Penn State)
Jiagang Yang (UFF)
Karina Marín (UFMG) – Abstract
Khadim War (IMPA)
Konstantin Khanin (Toronto)
Lorenzo Díaz (PUC-Rio)
Luna Lomonaco (IMPA)
Miguel Walsh (Buenos Aires)
Mikhail Lyubich (Stony Brook)
Pedro Duarte (Lisbon)
Rafael Potrie (CMAT)
Silvius Klein (PUC-Rio)
Stefano Marmi (SNS-Pisa)
Sylvain Crovisier (Paris-Saclay)
Tiago Pereira (USP-ICMC)
Vadim Kaloshin (IST Austria)

University at Albany SUNY, Albany, NY
September 16-17, 2022

This is the first announcement for the 2022 NAN conference.

Main speaker: Sijue Wu, University of Michigan

The Northeast Analysis Network (NAN) brings together once a year the Mathematical Analysis communities from New York, Connecticut, and other states. The NAN conference, rotating between the University of Rochester, Syracuse University, the University of Connecticut, and the University at Albany and held this year at the latter, is a forum for researchers at all career stages (finishing graduate students; post-docs; tenured and tenure-track faculty) to showcase their recent work, share ideas, and discover new synergies.

Two 50-minute lectures by a leading analyst, called the Excelsior Lectures after the New York state motto, serve as a catalyst for each edition. The first lecture is of expository nature and accessible to junior mathematicians and non-experts. This year, the Excelsior Lecturer is Sijue Wu from the University of Michigan.  The conference will include an outreach workshop (likely on the topic of tips and strategies for hiring and employment in academia), during lunchtime on September 17. There will be a conference dinner on the evening of September 16.

Partial financial support is available for junior mathematicians on a first-come, first-served basis thanks to the NSF grant DMS-1900688.

More information can be found on the conference website -

Schloss Elmau , Krün Germany
August 21 - 27, 2022

The goal of Simons Symposium on Algebraic, Complex and Arithmetic Dynamics is to formulate a vision for future developments in complex, algebraic, and arithmetic dynamics, with a focus on methods coming from complex dynamics. Organizers aim to take stock of recent developments in complex dynamics, but also explore the important role that complex methods play in questions of more algebraic or arithmetic nature.

Laura DeMarco, Harvard University
Mattias Jonsson, University of Michigan

Alfréd Rényi Institute of Mathematics, Budapest
June 20 - 23, 2022

This conference, celebrating the 100th anniversary of the birth of Alfréd Rényi, aims to represent modern probability, graph theory and networks, information theory, dynamical systems, number theory, and other fields in Rényi's spirit.  Plenary speakers and parallel sessions will explore the interconnections between these and other areas of pure and applied mathematics and show how Rényi's way of approaching mathematics as a whole determined the shape of these areas.

Organizers: László Lovász (HAS), Imre Csiszár (Rényi), Gergely Harcos (Rényi), Gyula O. H. Katona (Rényi), András Stipsicz (Rényi), Domokos Szász (TU Budapest), Bálint Tóth (Bristol and Rényi)

 Several topics of the conference (dynamical systems, entropy and dimensions, classical and quantum information theory, statistical physics) are of interest for the dynamics  community. The event is sponsored among others by the Bernoulli Society, by the IMS  and by the Anatole Katok Center for Dynamical Systems and Geometry.
All information about the event is available at the web page: 

Harvard University, Cambridge, MA
June 15-17, 2022

This conference is sponsored by Harvard University, Northwestern University, Rice University, Indiana University, the Clay Mathematics Institute, and the National Science Foundation  Grant DMS-1952662. There are funds available for participant support, which will be allocated in keeping with NSF guideline – students, recent PhDs, underrepresented groups, and
with no other federal support get priority.  Requests for support should be sent to the email address: 

For all other inquiries, please write to

Conference Poster

Laura DeMarco (Harvard University)
Sarah Koch (University of Michigan)
Ronen Mukamel (Brigham and Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical School)
Kevin Pilgrim (Indiana University)

Anton Zorich, CNRS-Université Pierre et Marie Curie
Benson Farb, University of Chicago
Danny Calegari, University of Chicago
Dennis Sullivan, Stony Brook University
Etienne Ghys, ENS Lyon
Hee Oh, Yale University
Laura DeMarco, Harvard University
Michael Freedman, Microsoft
Peter Sarnak, Princeton University
Serge Cantat, Université de Rennes I

Main conference June 15-17, 2022
Additional informal activities for former students: June 18, 2022

Institut Henri Poincaré in Paris, France
May 30 - June 4, 2022

We are pleased to announce our upcoming conference: "Self-similarity of groups, trees and fractals" taking place May 30th-June 4th, 2022 at the Institut Henri Poincaré in Paris as part of the special trimester "Groups acting on fractals, hyperbolicity and self-similarity".

A list of plenary speakers includes:
Laurent Bartholdi Georg-August Universität
Collin Bleak, University of St Andrews
Adrien Le Boudec, CNRS / ENS Lyon
Jeremie Brieussel, Université de Montpellier,
Yves de Cornulier, CNRS / Université Lyon 1
Bruno Duchesne, Université de Lorraine
Dominik Francoeur, ENS Lyon
Josh Frisch, Caltech
Alejandra Garrido, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
Rostislav Grigorchuk, Texas A&M University
Victor Guba, Vologda State University
Yair Hartman, Ben-Gurion University
Kate Juschenko, University of Texas at Austin
Vadim Kaimanovich, University of Ottawa
Yash Lodha, University of Vienna
Mikhail Lyubich, Stony Brook University
Nicolas Matte Bon, CNRS / Université Lyon 1
Francesco Matucci, Università degli Studi di Milano-Bicocca
Ivan Mitrofanov, CNRS / ENS Paris
Nicolas Monod, EPFL Lausanne
Volodia Nekrashevych, Texas A&M University
Marialaura Noce, University of Göttingen
Mikael de la Salle, CNRS / ENS Lyon
Omer Tamuz, Caltech
Alexander Teplyaev, University of Connecticut
Anitha Thillaisundaram, University of Lincoln
Matthew Zaremksy, University at Albany
Tianyi Zheng, UC San Diego

More information can be found at our  website:
Registration form:

Ann Erschler
Paul-Henry Leemann
Tatiana Nagnibeda
Rachel Skipper

MSRI, Berkley, CA
May 2 - 6, 2022

This workshop will focus on complex dynamics in one and several variables. We will bring together experts in rational dynamics, transcendental dynamics, and dynamics in several complex variables in order to get new perspective and foster discussions in a warm and stimulating atmosphere. A special focus will be put on the interactions between one dimensional and higher dimensional complex dynamics, and on connections with adjacent areas of mathematics.

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