TMU-ICTP School and Conference on Dynamical Systems and Ergodic Theory | (smr 3200)
Starts 5 May 2018
Ends 10 May 2018
Central European Time
Tehran - Islamic Republic of Iran
Dynamical Systems and Ergodic Theory constitute a vibrant and exciting eld of current research in pure mathematics, with lots of connections to other areas such as probability theory, differential geometry, ODEs, and potential applications to such diverse areas as natural and biological sciences, economics, engineering, climate and disease modeling and many others. It can be thought of as a modern development of classical theories of Differential Equations and the fundamental concepts and guiding ideas go back more than a century to pioneering thinkers such as Poincaré, Birkhoff and Kolmogorov. Its interest and importance has only grown in time and several Fields Medals have been awarded in the area.
The ICTP-TMU School on Dynamical Systems and Ergodic Theory will consist of introductory mini-courses aimed specifically at masters and beginning PhD students who are expected to have an excellent general mathematics background but not necessarily any previous experience of the particular topics covered in the courses. The mini-courses will be complemented by a series of research-level seminars, given by internationally renowned scholars in the eld, and aimed at more advanced PhD students and local faculty and researchers. All students and researchers are welcome to all the lectures.
Scientific Committee S. LUZZATTO, ICTP, Italy M. NASSIRI, IPM, Iran A. TAHZIBI, ICMC, Brazil
Lecturers C. BONATTI, Dijon, France P. ESLAMI, Warwick, UK C. LIVERANI, Rome, Italy
Speakers J.F. ALVES, Porto, Portugal P. BERGER, Paris, France O. BUTTERLEY, ICTP, Italy S. LUZZATTO, ICTP, Italy M. POLLICOTT, Warwick, UK M. TSUJII, Kyushu, Japan