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Ergodic Theory and Dynamical Systems: Perspectives and Prospects

16-20 April 2012

Organisers: Ian Melbourne (Surrey), Mark Pollicott, Richard Sharp (Manchester) and Sebastian van Strien

This will be a large international workshop, including all aspects of ergodic theory and dynamical systems.

The meeting will start with registration on Monday, 16th April 2012 (the 123rd anniversary of the birth of Sir Charles Chaplin).

The meeting will end on the afternoon of Friday, 20th April 2012.

Schedule (and lecture notes)


Posters and Short Communications (and lecture notes)


Current (Confirmed) Participants:


Jon Aaronson
Jose Ferreira Alves
(Artur Avila)
Hale Aytac
Wael Bahsoun
Peter Balint
Vitaly Bergelson
Michael Bjorklund
Mike Boyle
Henk Bruin
Zoltan Buczolich
Alexander Bufetov
Keith Burns
Carlo Carminati
Davoud Cheraghi
Narknyul Choi
Jean-Pierre Conze
Karma Dajani
Welington de Melo
Lorenzo Diaz
Yuejiao Duan
Tanja Eisner
Nazife Erkursun
Bassam Fayad
Andrew Ferguson
Livio Flaminio
Jonathon Fraser
Hillel Furstenberg
Anish Ghosh
Roland Gunesch
Peter Hazard
Mike Hochman
Mark Holland
Esa Jarvenpaa
Maarit Jarvenpaa
Oliver Jenkinson
Thomas Jordan
Shirali Kadyrov
Vadim Kaimanovich
Anders Karlsson
Gerhard Keller
Thomas Kempton
Giancarlo Kerg
Gerhard Knieper
Oleg Kozlovski
(Bryna Kra)
Lingmin Liao
(Miikhail Lyubich)
Anthony Manning
Stefano Marmi
Andras Mathe
Alejandro Meson
Ian Melbourne
Michal Misiurewicz
Ian Morris
Joerg Neunhaeuserer
Amos Nevo
Matt Nicol
Arnaldo Nogueira
Anders Oberg
Norbert Peyerimhoff
Anke Pohl
Mark Pollicott
Alexander Prikhodko
Enrique Pujals
Felipe Ramirez
Benoit Saussol
Klaus Schmidt
Mitsuhiro Shishikura
Pablo Shmerkin
Nikita Sidorov
Domokos Szasz
Philippe Thieullen
Giulio Tiozzo
Mike Todd
Dmitry Turaev
Sebastian van Strien
Mariusz Urbanski
Evgeny Verbistky
Peter Walters
Tom Ward
Benjy Weiss


Scientific Committee:

H. Furstenberg (Jerusalem)
A. Katok (Penn State)
F. Ledrappier (Notre Dame)
E. Lindenstrauss (Jerusalem)
G. Margulis (Yale)
J. Palis (IMPA)
Y. Pesin (Penn State)
Y. Sinai (Princeton)
B. Weiss (Jerusalem)
J-C. Yoccoz (Paris)

1969 Warwick Conference Photograph

Aerial photograph of Maths Houses

See also:
Mathematics Research Centre
Mathematical Interdisciplinary Research at Warwick (MIR@W)
Past Events 
Past Symposia 

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