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Wednesday 8 January

Lectures will be held in Room D1.07

11:00-12:00 Jon Aaronson (Tel Aviv University) Absolute normalization of Birkhoff sums in infinite ergodic theory
12:00: LUNCH (common room)
2:00-3:00 Simon Baker (Manchester University) Small bases that admit countably many expansions

4:45-5:45 Oliver Jenkinson (QMUL) Joint spectral radius and ergodic optimization
6:00 DINNER (common room)

Thursday 9 January

Morning Lectures will be held in: Room B1.01

9:30-10:30 Sara Munday (York University) Diophantine approximation and colouring
11:00-12:00 Keio student talks TBA
12:00 LUNCH (common room)

Afternoon Lectures will be held in: Room B3.02
[LMS Scheme 3 Ergodic Theory meeting:]

2:00-3:00 Zemer Kosloff (Warwick University) A class of inhomogeneous Markov shifts without an absolutely continuous invariant measure
3:15-4:15 Nikita Sidorov (Manchester University) Open maps: from 1D to 2D
4:45-5:45 Dong Han Kim (Dongguk University) Subword complexity and Sturmian colorings of regular trees
6:00 DINNER (common room)

Friday 10 January

Lectures will be held in Room MS.04

9:30-10:30 Richard Sharp (Warwick University) Convergence of orbital measures for geodesic and hyperbolic flows
11:00-12:00 Alan Haynes (York University) Equivalence classes of cut-and-project nets
12:00 LUNCH (common room)

2:00-3:00 Ian Melbourne (Warwick University) An operator renewal equation for continuous time dynamical systems
3:30-4:30 Hitoshi Nakada (Keio University) On the duality between piecewise rotations of the circle and interval exchange maps