This workshop is hosted each spring by the University of Maryland and each fall by Penn State University, and jointly sponsored by the two institutions. The Spring 2000 workshop is partially supported by the University of Maryland Institute for Physical Science and Technology and the National Science Foundation.
The main theme this year is "chaotic nonhyperbolic dynamics". Click here for a schedule of talks (updated March 17). Notice that the conference is preceded by two related talks on Friday, March 17, by J.-C. Yoccoz at 1:30pm and Ya. Sinai at 3:00pm.
This year we are again using the Atlas Mathematical Conference Abstracts service to disseminate abstracts for the talks. Follow this link to peruse abstracts for this meeting.
Click here for lodging information and here for travel information (updated March 14).
WEATHER: Normal temperatures here in March are a daily high of 55 degrees and a low of 35 degrees. Click here for a forecast of Washington DC area weather for the next few days.
The conference organizers are Brian Hunt, Michael Jakobson.
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This meeting is part of a semi-annual series that alternates between the University of Maryland and Penn State University. For information on the fall meeting at Penn State, see the Center for Dynamical Systems web page.
The Institute for Mathematical Sciences, SUNY at Stony Brook, maintains a list of upcoming Dynamics Conferences.