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Geometric & Probabilistic Aspects of Dynamical Systems

Organisers: Adam Epstein, Oleg Kozlovski, Omri Sarig,
Sebastian van Strien, Peter Walters.

Activities will take place over the whole year and there will be a number of Workshops held in the university vacations as follows.

9-13 2002:

Real and Complex One-dimensional Dynamics, organised by Oleg Kozlovski and Sebastian van Strien.

4-12 2003:

Holomorphic Dynamics, organised by Adam Epstein.

7-18 2003:

Symbolic Dynamics and Ergodic Theory, organised by Omri Sarig and Peter Walters.
Topics will include finite and countable state Markov systems, adic transformations, interval exchange transformations, and applications of symbolic dynamics to geometric measure theory, number theory, hyperbolic geometry, etc.

21-25 2003:

Geometric Aspects of Dynamical Systems, organised by Oleg Kozlovski and Sebastian van Strien.
Topics will include non-hyperbolic systems, and the structure of attractors.

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We welcome people to come for longer visits than a workshop. PhD students are particularly welcome to attend for longer periods. A programme of mini courses on a wide range of topics - from April to June 2003 - should make such a long visit very attractive. Financial support is available through Marie Curie Fellowships, the ESF Prodyn programme and the EPSRC.

The Symposium is jointly funded by the EPSRC and the ESF programme PRODYN.

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