This conference will cover a broad scope of topics in Dynamical Systems, Mathematical Physics, and other areas related to the pioneering research of Yakov G. Sinai. Invited speakers include:
|M. Aizenman||P. Bleher||A. Bufetov||L. Bunimovich|
|N. Chernov||W. E||C. Fefferman||S. Friedlander|
|I. Goldsheid||M. Goldstein||S. Jitomirskaya||D. Jakobson|
|V. Kaloshin||A. Katok||K. Khanin||Yu. Kifer|
|S. Klainerman||L. Koralov||J. Lebowitz||J. Mather|
|J. Mattingly||S. Newhouse||S. Novikov||V. Oseledets|
|N. Pavlovic||Ya. Pesin||D. Ruelle||A. Soshnikov|
|T. Suidan||T. Spencer||M. Shub||J. Yorke|
The Mathematics Department Colloquium at 3pm on Friday March 17 will be given by G. Margulis, and conference talks will begin the next morning.
UPDATED Monday March 13: Click here for the schedule of talks, including links to available abstracts. You can also click here for abstracts in alphabetical order by speaker.
On the evening of Saturday March 18, Michael Jakobson will host a party. The conference banquet will be Sunday March 19 at 7:30pm at the Inn and Conference Center on campus, and the cost will be $50 (for graduate students, $25). Directions to these events will be provided at the conference.
IMPORTANT: If you wish to attend the banquet, we need to know your menu choice in advance. Dinner includes salad, rolls, dessert, coffee and tea; a cash bar will be available. Entree choices are:
Travel support is limited, but traditionally we pay half the cost of a hotel room for each participant. Those who share a room with another participant stay free, while those who want their own room pay the other half.
The conference hotel is the
Quality Inn and Suites, College Park.
NOTE: Please park only in designated spaces at the hotel to avoid towing charges.
To make a reservation from our block of rooms, do not contact the hotel directly; please contact the organizers at firstname.lastname@example.org with the following information:
Click here for travel information, including
directions to the hotel and the
The organizers for the Spring 2006 conference are Leonid Bunimovich, Dmitry Dolgopyat, Brian Hunt, Michael Jakobson, Gregory Margulis, and Yakov Pesin. If you are interested in attending or have any questions about the conference, please contact the local organizers (Dolgopyat, Hunt, Jakobson) at email@example.com.
This workshop has been hosted each fall since 1990 by Penn State University and each spring since 1992 by the University of Maryland, and is jointly sponsored by the two institutions. The Maryland meeting is supported by our Department of Mathematics and by the National Science Foundation.
To be added to the electronic mailing list for this and future workshops at Maryland, send a message to firstname.lastname@example.org with the line "subscribe dswslist" in the message body.
You can click here for past programs of the Maryland conferences, information on Dynamics and Chaos at Maryland, and the home page of the Center for Dynamics and Geometry at Penn State, which contains information on the Penn State meetings.