Non-uniformly hyperbolic days


Description.  Non-Uniformly Hyperbolic Days is a meeting that focuses on different aspects related to non-uniformly hyperbolic systems. We expect to gather 20 to 30 researchers on the subject to create a working atmosphere and to facilitate scientific interactions.  The program will consist of mini-courses in the mornings, and usually one talk in the late afternoon, thus leaving time for discussions and collaboration. We will encourage informal seminars, and open problem sessions.


Minicourses

Pierre BERGER (CNRS-Paris 13)
Abundance of one-dimensional non-uniformly hyperbolic attractors for surface endomorphisms.

David DAMANIK (Rice)
Non-uniformly hyperbolic Schrödinger equations.

Ian MELBOURNE (Surrey)
Mixing and decay of correlations for non-uniformly hyperbolic flows.


We invite everyone to participate.


Registration.
 In order to give appropriate facilities we ask each participant to register before December 20
here.


Financial support. Limited funds are available to cover travel and/or living expenses. To apply please register before December 6
here.


Organizing Committee
Alvaro CORONEL - PUC, Chile
María  Isabel CORTEZ - USACH, Chile
Juan RIVERA-LETELIER - PUC, Chile

 

 
 

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