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Conference “Analysis and Dynamics”: in honour of Luigi Chierchia’s 60th Birthday

Analysis and Dynamics 
Conference in occasion of Luigi Chierchia's 60th Birthday

Marina di San Gregorio, Lecce  

12-15 October 2017 

http://ricerca.mat.uniroma3.it/users/procesi/ConvegnoLuigi60.html

 

Invited speakers:

G. Benettin  (Universita di Padova)
W. Craig (Mc Master University)
A. Delshams (​Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya)
A. Fathi (GeorgiaTech University)
J. Fejoz (UniversiteParis Dauphine & Observatoire de Paris)
V. Gelfreich (Warwick University)
M. Guzzo (Universita di Padova)
H. Ito  (Kanazawa University)
V. Kaloshin  (University of Maryland)
T. Kappeler (Universitat Zurich)
S. Kuksin  (Universite Paris 7)
C. Liverani (Universita di Roma Tor Vergata)
D. Mac Laughlin (University of Arizona)
L. Niederman (Universite Paris 11 & Observatoire de Paris)
F. Pusateri (Princeton University)
T. Seara (​Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya)
L. Stolovitch (Universite de Nice Sophia Antipolis)
G. Tarantello (Universita di Roma Tor Vergata)
S. Terracini (Universita degli Studi di Torino)
D. Treshev (Steklov Mathematical Institute)
J. You (Nanjing University)

Winter school “Recent advances in Hamiltonian dynamics and symplectic topology”, Padova, February 2018

Winter school “Recent advances in Hamiltonian dynamics and symplectic topology”,  February 12 to 16, 2018, University of Padova. For more information see:

https://events.math.unipd.it/hamschool2018

The school will cover lodging expenses of a limited number of participants. Interested people are invited to send an e-mail to this address:

hamschool2018@gmail.com

Organizing committee:

O. Bernardi, F. Cardin, G. Pinzari, L. Zanelli (University of Padova)
A. Sorrentino (University of Rome “Tor Vergata”)
A. Florio (Université d’Avignon)

Workshop “Dynamical Systems and Perturbations”, Saint Petersburg, October 2017

The workshop “Dynamical Systems and Perturbations”, in occasion with Sergei Pilyugin 70th birthday, will take place at the Euler International Mathematical Institute, Saint-Petersburg, on 2-4 October 2017.

The following sessions are planned:
– shadowing theory of approximate trajectories
– hyperbolicity and structural stability
– spaces of dynamical systems and generic dynamics
– evolutionary equations
– group actions
– parameter identifiable systems
– free topics.

Limited financial support is available on request.

Website of the conference: www.Pilyugin70.spb.ru
email: dsap.pilyugin70@gmail.com

Scientific and Organizing Committee:
Natalia Ampilova (St.Petersburg State University)
Vyacheslav Grines (HSE Nizhny Novgorod)
Yuliy Ilyashenko (HSE, MSU, Cornell)
Anastasia Rodionova (St.Petersburg State University)
Stanislav Smirnov (St.Petersburg State University/University of Geneva)
Sergey Tikhomirov (St.Petersburg State University)

Postdoc at Exeter

Postdoctoral position in Dynamical Systems at the University of Exeter

This post is available from 01 November 2017 for 36 months to support the work of Mark Holland.

The University of Exeter is a Russell Group university that combines world-class research with very high levels of student satisfaction. Exeter has over 21,000 students from more than 130 different countries and is in the top 1% of universities in the world with 98% of its research rated as being of international quality. Our research focuses on some of the most fundamental issues facing humankind today.

This post is funding by the EPSRC on a project titled: “A geometric view of extremes in dynamical systems.”

Predicting high impact extreme events, such as severe weather and climatic events is a major challenge. Using innovative mathematical techniques this project will determine phenomenological mechanisms that lead to the occurrence of extremes, and develop a theory that can be used to predict when such events occur in physical modelling applications. Using dynamical systems theory, the project will use geometrical features of the underlying mathematical models to determine the future extreme behaviour.

The post will include:

Original research contributing to the above project. The successful applicant will be able to present information on research progress and outcomes, communicate complex information, orally, in writing and electronically and prepare proposals and applications to external bodies. 

Training & collaboration: the successful applicant will collaborate across disciplines and will actively participate in seminars, workshops and conferences in the subject area.

Applicants will possess a relevant PhD in the general area of Mathematics and be able to demonstrate sufficient knowledge in the discipline and of research methods and techniques to work within established research programmes.

To view the Job Description and Person Specification document please click here.

For further information please contact Mark Holland by e-mail m.p.holland@exeter.ac.uk

The College is working towards department Silver Athena SWAN awards as a commitment to providing equality of opportunity and advancing the representation of women in STEM/M subjects: science, technology, engineering, mathematics and medicine.

The University of Exeter is an equal opportunity employer.  We are officially recognised as a Disability Confident employer and an Athena Swan accredited institution.  Whilst all applicants will be judged on merit alone, we particularly welcome applications from groups currently underrepresented in the workforce

Postdoc in Porto

Applications are invited for a postdoctoral position (BPD) in Ergodic Theory and Dynamical Systems within the project PTDC/MAT-CAL/3884/2014 funded by the FCT (Portuguese Science and Technology Foundation).

Applicants must hold a PhD in Mathematics or in a related field, preferably obtained less than 6 years ago and have research experience in at least one of the main research areas of the project.

The initial contract will be for 12 months, possibly extended to 15 months. The expected starting date is October 1, 2017 though some flexibility may be possible. The monthly salary is 1495 euros (tax free). There are no compulsory teaching duties associated with this position.

The successful candidate will be based at the Centre for Mathematics of the University of Porto (Faculty of Sciences) and work under the supervision of one of the senior members of the project, Jorge Milhazes Freitas, Jorge Rocha, José Ferreira Alves or Maria Carvalho.

Applications can be submitted from August 1, 2017 and the deadline is August 29, 2017.

Applications should be sent by e-mail to recrutamento@fc.up.pt with copy to jfalves@fc.up.pt. They should contain the reference FCUP-PTDC/MAT-CAL/3884/2014-BPD in the subject field and include the following:

– Letter of motivation;
– Proposed work plan (research statement);
– CV (including list of publications);
– Copy of PhD certificate;
– A physical address for correspondence;
– Any other documents considered relevant by the applicant.

Applicants should also arrange for two letters of recommendation to be sent directly to the above e-mail addresses.

For information about the project, please see the website:
https://cmup.fc.up.pt/main/content/probabilistic-methods-chaotic-dynamics
Questions can be addressed to José F. Alves <jfalves@fc.up.pt>.

*Disclaimer:*

This announcement is for informational purposes only and does not in any way supersede or replace the official call, published at:

http://www.eracareers.pt/opportunities/index.aspx?task=global&jobId=92335

The project Probabilistic Methods in Chaotic Dynamics (PTDC/MAT-CAL/3884/2014) is funded by FCT (Portugal) with national funds through the programme “projeto 3599 – Promover a Produção Científica, o Desenvolvimento Tecnológico e a Inovação – Não Cofinanciada.”