Dynamical Systems Seminar

List of Talks given in 2010-11

Friday, September 3   Tomas Johnson, Cornell University
Dynamics of the universal area-preserving map associated with period doubling
Friday, September 10   Denis Volk, Independent University of Moscow
Skew products with interval fiber
Friday, September 17   Yulij Ilyashenko, Cornell University and Independent University of Moscow
News about complex polynomial foliations
Friday, October 1   Philipp Meerkamp, Cornell University
Bifurcation scenarios in a normal form for singular Hopf bifurcation
Monday, October 18   Victor Kleptsyn, Inttitut de Recherche Mathématique de Rennes (France)
Group actions on the circle
Friday, October 22   Igors Gorbovickis, Cornell University
n-dimensional analog of Fatou bifurcation
Friday, October 29   Erik Bollt, Clarkson University
How can I say that a “toy” model reminds me of observations? A dynamical systems perspective of comparing non-conjugate systems
Friday, November 5   Chris Scheper, Cornell University
A slow-fast analysis of the Gyorgyi and Field models of the Belousov-Zhabotinsky reaction
Friday, November 12   Kathryn Lindsey, Cornell University
Counting minimal components of translation surfaces
Friday, November 19   Amir Mohammadi, University of Chicago
Homogeneous dynamics and number theory
Friday, December 3   Matt Bainbridge, Indiana University
Teichmüller curves in genus three
Friday, February 4   Raluca Tanase, Cornell University
The escaping set for complex Hénon maps
Tuesday, February 15   Barak Weiss, Ben Gurion University of the Negev
Parking garages with optimal dynamics
Friday, February 18   John Hubbard, Cornell University
Limiting dynamics of quadratic polynomials and parabolic blow-ups
Friday, March 4   Tomas Johnson, Cornell University
Rigidity for infinitely renormalizable area-preserving maps
Friday, March 11   Tanya Firsova, Stony Brook University
Critical locus for complex Hénon maps
Friday, April 1   John Hubbard, Cornell University
Kleinian groups: an introduction to OPTi and SnapPea
Friday, April 8   William Thurston, Cornell University
The hidden dimensions of entropy
Friday, April 15   Sylvain Bonnot, University of Toronto
Farey blow-up and cusp singularities
Friday, April 22   Remus Radu, Cornell University
Fingers for cubic polynomials
Friday, April 29   Sarah Koch, Harvard University
Algebraic stability and matings of polynomials
Friday, May 6   Matt Foreman, University of California at Irvine
Classifying measure preserving diffeomorphisms of the torus: symbolic systems and the Anosov-Katok method