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 2001 workshop is partially supported by the University of Maryland Department of Mathematics and Institute for Physical Science and Technology and the National Science Foundation.
The Fall 2000 meeting at Penn State was held October 26-29, 2000. The Center for Dynamical Systems at Penn State will host a special conference on Topics in Ergodic Theory, Probability and Analysis in honor of Jacob Feldman in April 2001. For information see the Center for Dynamical Systems web page. You can also peruse our past meeting programs.
John Franks will give the Department of Mathematics Colloquium on Friday, March 16 at 3:00pm. There will be a party Chez Boyle Friday evening for John Franks and arriving conference participants. The conference will be held in the Mathematics Building, and will begin Saturday morning March 17 and end around noon on Tuesday, March 20.
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The conference organizers are Michael Brin, Mike Boyle, and Brian Hunt.
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