The 23rd Fall meeting of the Semi-annual Workshop in Dynamical Systems and Related Topics will take place on October 11 - 14, 2012.
All lectures will be at the Mathematics Department (McAllister building)
at the Penn State University Park
This workshop first met at Penn State University in the spring of 1991. It has been hosted by Penn State University each fall since then, and each spring since 1992 by the University of Maryland, and is jointly sponsored by the two institutions. The basic funding of the workshop is provided by an NSF grant. Additional funding for this meeting, is provided by the Center for Dynamics and Geometry at Penn State.
A SPECIAL SESSION dedicated to the 70th birthday of JEAN-PAUL THOUVENOT
will take place on SATURDAY, October 13 and feature talks on the topics related to his work.
Special Session Speakers:
Mike Boyle, University of Maryland
Anatole Katok, Penn State
Svetlana Katok, Penn State
Francois Ledrappier, University of Notre Dame
Karl Petersen, University of North Carolina
Terry Soo, University of Victoria
Invited Talks for general sessions:
Keith Burns, Northwestern University
Danijela Damjanovic, Rice University
Rafael de la Llave, Georgia Institute of Technology
Dmitry Dolgopyat, University of Maryland
John Franks, Northwestern University
Sheldon Newhouse, Michigan State University
Andrew Torok, University of Houston
There will also be short talks by recent Ph.D.'s and graduate students.
Conference staff assistant:
Hope Shaffer ( email@example.com , 814-863-9017)
Requests for reimbursement of local expenses will be considered by the organizers.
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