We are hosting a 3-day conference "Thermodynamic formalism - Applications to geometry and number theory" in memory of Prof. Dr. B. O. Stratmann (1957-2015).
Invited speakers are K. Baranski, K. Dajani, K. Falk, J. Fraser, C. Kraaikamp, M. Lapidus, D. Meyer, E. Mihailescu, J. Parker, S. Patterson, A. Pohl, M. Roy, J. Schmeling, M. Stadlbauer, S. Velani, S. Winter, M. Zähle, A. Zdunik.
For further information please visit the conference website.
The Winter School and Symposium is mainly sponsored by the
Collaborative Research Centre
TRR 181 "Energy
Transfer in Atmosphere and Ocean" funded by DFG.
For further information please go to www.wis-fluids.math.uni-bremen.de
With the goal of increasing the internationality of the Mathematics Programs at University of Bremen and California Polytechnic State University (San Luis Obispo), funding from MINTernational was used to promote an exchange between the two universities. As part of this, Arne Mosbach and Malte Steffens traveled to California from January 21st - February 9th, 2017 and Prof. Dr. Tony Samuel held a course on dynamical systems at the University of Bremen from November 22nd - 27th and December 19th - 23rd, 2016. We wish to thank MINTernational for their help in making this possible.
The main themes of this Winter School will be dynamics on the borderline of order and chaos, symbolic dynamics for hyperbolic surfaces with cusps and applications to Laplace eigenfunctions, contemporary theoretical concepts of dynamical chaos, and dynamics of non-hyperbolic iterated function systems. The Winter School will be aimed at a graduate level, consisting of mini-lecture courses, seminar talks and open problem sessions.
Invited speakers are A. Adam, N. Begun, K. Falk, M. Gonchenko, S. Gonchenko, A.J. Homburg, T. Jäger, G. Keller, P. Kunde, R. Lauterbach, S. Munday, A. Pohl, K. Shinohara, S. Tikhomirov, D. Turaev, E. Verbitskiy and J. Yorke.
For further information please go to www.wis-chaos.math.uni-bremen.de
This scientific network is funded by the Scientific Network Program of the German Research Council. Four consecutive annual workshops will be organized in the years 2012-2015. The network consists of dynamicists from the universities of Bremen, Jena, Erlangen, Vienna and Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ).
1st Workshop:
Skew product dynamics and multifractal analysis,
1-5 October 2012, Luisenthal, Germany.
2nd Workshop:
Complexity and dimension theory of skew product systems,
16-20 September 2013, Erwin-Schrödinger-Institute Vienna, Austria.
3rd Workshop:
Dynamical Systems and Dimension Theory,
8-12 September 2014, Wöltingerode, Germany.
4th Workshop:
Workshop on Fractals, Dynamics and Quasicrystals,
5-9 October 2015,
Wöltingerode, Germany.
The main themes of this Winter School/Symposium will be Analysis and Diffusion on Fractals, Non-linear Dynamics (Diffusion and Symmetry, Spatial and Temporal Chaos, Stability of Non-linear Waves) and Quasicrystals. The Winter School will be aimed at a graduate level, consisting of mini-lecture courses, seminar talks and open problem sessions. The Symposium will be research based.
Invited speakers are M. Beck, U. R. Freiberg, B. Hambly, K. Hattori, J. Kellendonk, M. Keßeböhmer, J. Kigami, S. Kombrink, D. Lenz, I. Melbourne, E. J. Pearse and S. Zelik.
For further details and information please go to www.wis-dfnd.math.uni-bremen.de
Differentiable Ergodic Theory, Dimension Theory and Stable Foliations- (ID 1440c)
Organisers: Eugen Mihailescu (Bucharest), Bernd Stratmann (Bremen)
Participants: M. Urbanski, J. Schmeling, A. Zdunik, B. Saussol, E. Mihailescu, Y. Coudène, M. Kessebohmer, M. Gröger, V. Mayer, J. Jaerisch, B. Bárány, A. Soós, A. Zielicz
The mini-workshop brought together experts in thermodynamical formalism, hyperbolic dynamics and dimension theory from several countries. All participants gave interesting 1-hour talks, and there was also an open problem session, where directions for future work and many open problems were discussed. Among the topics presented/discussed in the workshop were ones related to dimension theory and probability measures on fractals, various types of hyperbolicity, systems with overlaps, complex dynamics and iterated function systems.
The main topics of this Winter School are dynamical aspects of Kleinian Groups and Holomorphic Dynamics. The goal of the meeting is to revive the interest in the so-called 'Sullivan Dictionary'.
For further information: http://wisdict.math.uni-bremen.de
The main topics of this Winter School are Multifractal Analyis, Number Theory and Hyperbolic Geometry. It is part of the activities of the DFG Scientific Network - Skew Product Dynamics and Multifractal Analysis. It is aimed at young postdoctoral researchers (postdocs) and Ph.D. students.
This winter school is part of the activities of the Scientific Network - Skew Product Dynamics and Multifractal Analysis.
For further information: http://wisdyn.math.uni-bremen.de/
Thermodynamic Formalism, Geometry and Stochastics - (ID 1201c)
Organisers: B. O. Stratmann (Univ. Bremen) - M. Urbanski (UNT, Denton, US) - A. Zdunik (Univ. Warszawa, Poland)
Participants: K. Baranski, Ch. Dupont, M. Kesseböhmer, V. Mayer, E. Mihailescu, M. Pollicott, F. Przytycki, M. Roy, J. Schmeling, D. Simmons, B. Skorulski, B. Stratmann, H. Sumi, M. Urbanski A. Zdunik, R. Zweimüller
The workshop will be on recent progress in the area of thermodynamic formalism, an area which is central in the theory of dynamical systems. The fundamental ideas, techniques and methods associated with thermodynamic formalism have their origins in the pioneering work of Ruelle, Sinai, Bowen, Dobroushin and others, who from the late sixties until the mid seventies adapted key methods from statistical physics, in particular the theory of gas lattices, to the context of continuous dynamical systems on compact metric spaces. It was also during this period that important concepts such as topological pressure, the variational principle, equilibrium states and Gibbs states made their decisive breakthrough.
Dresden University of Technology Dresden, Germany.
Session 57 ('Hyperbolic Dynamics and Smooth Ergodic Theory '): Organized by Eugen Mihailescu and Bernd O. Stratmann.
(Organised by Uta Freiberg, Daniel Lenz)
Jean Bellissard (Georgia Institute of Technology)
"Metrics on tiling spaces and Riemannian Geometry of Metric Spaces"
Alexander Teplayev (University of Connecticut)
"Diffusions and spectral analysis on fractals".
Peter Grabner (TU Graz)
"Complex Dynamics and Fractal Zeta Functions"
Bernd Stratmann (Uni Bremen)
"Fractal geometry and applications"