Events

EMS Women in Mathematics Day 2022

The Women in Math Committee (WiM) of the European Mathematical Society is organising an event called “EMS/WiM Day” within the initiative of “May 12th”, a celebration of women in Mathematics in memory of Maryam Mirzakhani. The event consists of scientific talks (at the level of a Colloquium talk) of two distinguished speakers, which will take place online on Friday, 20 May 2022 with the following schedule: 14:45 CEST Welcome 15:00 CEST Tara Brendle (Glasgow University, UK) 16:00 CEST Tere M.

Workshop DinAmicI VII - website

A website for our workshop DinAmicI VII (June 6-9, 2022, at RISM) is now online at https://www.rism.it/events/dinamici-vii. Please join us and register for the workshop, and check the website from time to time as new information will appear.

PhD course by Francesco Cellarosi in Bologna

Between April 11 and May 12, 2022, Francesco Cellarosi will deliver the PhD course “Randomness in Number Theory: dynamical and probabilistic methods”, at the Department of Mathematics of Università di Bologna and on-line via MS Teams. Schedule (All times are 4-6pm Italian time. Room name within the Math Building in parenthesis) April 11 (Seminario VIII Piano) April 13 (Aula VII Piano) April 20 (Bombelli) April 21 (Seminario VIII Piano) April 26 (Seminario VIII Piano) April 28 (Seminario VIII Piano) May 3 (Seminario VIII Piano) May 5 (Seminario VII Piano) May 10 (Bombelli) May 12 (Seminario VIII Piano) Program The course will focus on recent advances concerning the study of random behaviour of number-theoretical sequences.

Workshop DinAmicI VII - save the date

It is a pleasure to announce that our biennial workshop is returning this year. The workshop “DinAmicI VII” is organised in collaboration with the Riemann International School of Mathematics https://www.rism.it/, and will take place in the days 6-9 June, 2022 at Villa Toeplitz (Varese). More information will follow, but for now, save the date!

Fourth DAI Day - website

The website of the Quarta Giornata DinAmica, a.k.a. as Fourth DinAmicI Day, a.k.a. 4th DAI Day, is up and running: https://eventi.unibo.it/dinamiciday4 We hope to have as many participants as possible, ideally in presence, or at least online. We ask everyone interested to register at the website. The organizers

Fourth DAI Day - save the date

The organizers of the Fourth DAI Day are happy to announce that the event will take place on December 17, 2021 in Parma, from morning to afternoon. As is tradition by now, there will be seminars, mostly by young speakers and a general assembly of the community, which might or might not contain the official assembly of the UMI Group DinAmicI. More information will follow, but for now, save the date!

2021 Chapel Hill Ergodic Theory Workshop: Global Online Edition

2021 Chapel Hill Ergodic Theory Workshop: Global Online Edition The activities of the Virtual Ergodic Conference will take place in three consecutive weeks, from June 21 to July 9, 2021. While schedules are thought to adapt most time zones, these are specially fitted to North & South America (week 1), Europe & Africa (week 2) and Asia & Australia (week 3). The format will try to preserve the atmosphere of the Chapel Hill Ergodic Theory Workshops with some adaptations to match current virtual modalities.

Dynamical systems talk in Milano

Seminario Matematico e Fisico di Milano https://www.mate.polimi.it/smf/index.php?settore=home&id_link=10 Monday June 21, 5pm Link zoom Speaker: Jacopo De Simoi (University of Toronto) Title: Dynamical rigidity of convex billiards Abstract: Convex billiards are a classical topic in conservative dynamics. Typically, their dynamics is qualitatively very intricate, since it showcases a coexistence of hyperbolic dynamics and KAM phenomena. Understanding long-term statistical properties of the dynamics with the current technology is essentially an intractable problem. Here I venture in the opposite direction and I will discuss dynamical inverse problems: how much geometrical information can be extracted from the dynamics?

Online Ph.D. course on translation surfaces, June-July 2021

The University of Pisa offers an online Ph.D. course taught by Mauro Artigiani (Universidad del Rosario, Colombia) and Paolo Giulietti (Università di Pisa) titled “Translation Surfaces: From Geometry to Spectral Theory”. Description: Translation surfaces are a generalization of flat tori to higher genuses, with rich and interesting geometrical and dynamical properties. In fact, they can be seen both from a complex geometry point of view, stemming from the works of Teichmüller, Ahlfors and Bers, and also from a Euclidean geometry point of view, connecting to the works of the Russian school on low dimensional dynamics.