Dynamical Systems and Related Topics Workshop
April 26 - April 29, 1997
University of Maryland at College Park
All talks are in Math 3206 unless otherwise noted.
Friday (Mathematics Department Colloquium)
3:00 John Milnor, SUNY at Stony Brook
Monotonicity for cubic maps
8:00 Party at Mike Boyle's house
Saturday
8:15 Coffee, Bagels, Registration in Room 3201 (Department Lounge)
9:00 Opening Remarks
9:15 Jacek Graczyk, Michigan State Univ.
Box mappings in polynomial dynamics
10:15 BREAK
(Engineering Classroom Building, Room 1202--NOTE CHANGE FROM PREVIOUS)
10:45 Marco Martens, SUNY at Stony Brook
Real one-dimensional renormalization
1:30 Sergei Novikov, Univ. of Maryland
Completely integrable Hamiltonian systems: algebraic model
2:45 David Hamilton, Univ. of Maryland
Conjugation in complex dynamics
3:45 BREAK
4:15 Fabien Durand, CNRS Inst. de Math. de Luminy
Bratteli diagrams and substitutions
8:00 Party at Michael Jakobson's house
Sunday
8:30 Coffee and Bagels in Room 3201 (Department Lounge)
9:15 Gena Levin, Hebrew Univ. of Jerusalem
On the topology and dynamics of real and complex polynomials
10:15 BREAK
10:45 Shunji Ito, Tsuda Coll.
Unitary substitutions and domain exchange transformations
with fractal boundaries
1:30 Elisabeth Pecou, CNRS Nice
Dynamical cocycles in the Artin braid group
Star Flex: the Next Generation
(parallel sessions; 30 minute talks)
2:45 (Room B0423) Anthony Quas, Cambridge Univ.
Ergodic Properties of Mirror Models
(Room B0421) Sam Lightwood, Univ. of Maryland
An embedding theorem for Z^2 subshifts
3:25 (Room B0423) Serge Yaskolko, Penn State Univ.
Coincidence of various dimensions associated with metrics
and measures on metric spaces
(Room B0421) Tatiana Foth, Penn State Univ.
Relative Poincare series on the complex hyperbolic spaces
3:55 BREAK
4:25 (Room B0423) Maki Furukado, Tsuda Coll.
Complete residue systems and fractals
4:25 (Room B0421) Vadim Kaloshin, Princeton Univ.
The Hilbert 16-th problem and an estimate for cyclicity of
an elementary polycycle
5:05 (Room B0423) Hiromi Ei, Tsuda Coll.
Decomposition theorem of invertible substitutions
(Room B0421) Radu Orendovichi, Penn State Univ.
On a Morse-Smale endomorphism related with coupled lattice
maps
Monday
8:30 Coffee and Bagels in Room 3201 (Department Lounge)
9:15 Jenny Harrison, Univ. of California/Rockefeller Univ.
Limits of Stokes' theorem
10:15 BREAK
10:45 Anatole Katok, Penn State Univ.
Measure-theoretic rigidity of centralisers and
isomorphisms for algebraic actions of Z^k and R^k.
1:45 Karoly Simon, Univ. of Miskolc/Univ. of Washington
Hausdorff dimension of some non-linear horseshoes in R^3
3:00 Colleen Cutler, Univ. of Waterloo
Computing pointwise dimension by conditioning in time series
4:00 BREAK
4:30 Charles Tresser, IBM Thomas J. Watson Research Center
Sine circle maps with given rotation interval
Tuesday
8:30 Coffee and Bagels in Room 3201 (Department Lounge)
9:15 Marek Rychlik, Univ. of Arizona
Algebraic integrability of rational and algebraic maps
10:30 Huyi Hu, Michigan State Univ.
Decay of correlations for piecewise smooth maps with
indifferent fixed points
11:45 Howie Weiss, Penn State Univ.
A complete multifractal analysis of Gibbs measures with
applications to ergodic theory