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Ergodic Theory, Algorithms and Rigorous Computations

3-7 April 2017

Organising Committee: W.Bahsoun (Loughborough), S.Galatolo (Pisa), M.Pollicott (Warwick), B.Saussol (Brest) and S.Vaienti (Toulon)

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Images from Gary Froyland and Kathrin Padberg-Gehle
(2009) and Gary Froyland, Naratip Santitissadeekorn,
and Adam Monahan (2010).

Local Organisers:
W.Bahsoun and M.Pollicott

Confirmed Speakers:
Viviane Baladi (IMJ-PRG, CNRS)
Michael Dellnitz (Paderbon)
Mark Demers (Fairfield)
Gary Froyland (New South Wales)
Georg Gottwald (Sydney)
Sébastien Gouëzel (Nantes)
Pierre-Antoine Guihéneuf (IMJ-PRG)
Oliver Jenkinson (QM-UL)
Carlangelo Liverani (Rome Tor Vergata)
Artur Lopes (UFRGS)
Kathrin Padberg-Gehle (Lüneburg)
Ian Melbourne (Warwick)
Francoise Pène (Brest)
Richard Sharp (Warwick)
Philippe Thieullen (Bordeaux)
Mike Todd (St. Andrews)
Cecilia González Tokman (Queensland)
Warwick Tucker (Uppsala)
Polina Vytnova (Warwick)

This meeting is supported by a Leverhulme Trust Network grant.

Timetable and Abstract:
The lastest timetable and abstracts can be found here

Participant List:
A preliminary list of participants can be found here

Facilities on Campus:
A link to opening times (including for Sunday, 2 April) for cafes and restaurants on Campus can be found here (Alternatively one can take a bus or taxi to restaurants in Kenilworth).

Overview:
In the past 15 years there has been remarkable progress in studying statistical properties of hyperbolic dynamical systems by using functional analytic techniques and coupling methods. In parallel, new computer assisted proofs and algorithms have been developed to compute SRB measures, almost invariant sets/coherent structures, dimensions of attractors, and other important dynamical quantities. This workshop aims to bring together both pure and computationally-oriented ergodic theorists in order to bridge cutting-edge theoretical discoveries with new and interesting computational developments.

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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Contact:
Mathematics Research Centre
Zeeman Building
University of Warwick
Coventry CV4 7AL - UK
E-mail:
mrc@maths.warwick.ac.uk