Click here for the Schedule of Talks (UPDATED April 3 at 5pm -- please note schedule changes Saturday afternoon and Tuesday morning).
Click here for Directions to the Boyles' house, location of the party Friday at 7:00.The conference photo is a union of the following photos: Part 1, Part 2, Part 2(again), Part 3 .
The preconference Colloquium Talk on Friday, April 3 at 3PM will be given by Anatole Katok.
We expect to provide lodging support at the Quality Inn for conference participants, at shared room rate (if you are willing to share a room, we pay; if you request a single room, we pay half). For this, please contact Dmitry Dolgopyat (firstname.lastname@example.org) by March 5 indicating the nights you want to stay; do not make a reservation directly with the Quality Inn. If you want to share a room and do not have a roommate, we will find one for you.
Click here for directions to the math department by car and a map for parking. Please note that this year's conference is NOT during our campus's spring break, so all parking rules must be followed strictly. We CANNOT reimburse nor waive parking tickets. On weekdays you must use a visitor lot, the closest of which is marked in yellow on the map at the link above. The Math building, where the conference will be, is also in yellow on that map.
Click here for directions to the math department by public transportation.
Click here for directions from the three Washington-area airports. Dulles airport is the most inconvenient of the three area airports.
|This spring's conference coindices with the National Cherry Blossom Festival in Washington DC.|
This workshop has been hosted each fall since 1991 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 email@example.com 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.