Events

Third DAI DAY - save the date

Dear DinAmicI, We’re happy to announce that the next DAI DAY will take place on December 5, 2020 in Lecce. It is a tremendous occasion for you to attend dynamical seminars and the scientific assembly of the group, and to spend a weekend in a beautiful city. We hope to see you all in Lecce, but in the difficult times we all are living, the event will also be streamed.

PhD Course in Padua (via zoom): Introduction to Floer Homology

Title of the course: “Introduction to Floer Homology” Lecturer: Marco Mazzucchelli (CNRS & ENS Lyon) Syllabus: Lecture 1: Crash course in algebraic topology: singular homology and cohomology, DeRham cohomology. Lecture 2: The Morse homology theorem. Lecture 3: Variational principle for Hamiltonian periodic orbits, action spectrum, the Conley-Zehnder index. Lecture 4: Construction of the Floer homology groups for aspherical manifolds I. Lecture 5: Construction of the Floer homology groups for aspherical manifolds II, proof of the Arnold conjecture on the fixed points of generic Hamiltonian diffeomorphisms.

One-year postdoc at University of Rome Tor Vergata

Opening for a 1-year postdoctoral position at University of Rome Tor Vergata on “Variational and PDE methods for the study of Hamiltonian systems and the Hamilton-Jacobi equation”. All info: pica.cineca.it/uniroma2/f3-2021-0012 Deadline: 24th June 2021 For further information contact: sorrentino@mat.uniroma2.it.

School "Modern Aspects of Dynamical Systems" officially postponed

The school “Modern Aspects of Dynamical Systems” organized by Fondazione CIME to be held in Cetraro (Cosenza, Italy) at Grand Hotel San Michele, (see the first announcement here) has now been officially postponed to next year. The new dates are August 2-7, 2021. Procedures for the applications will be decided and communicated by Fondazione CIME. For more information please contact one of the directors: Claudio Bonanno (Università di Pisa), Alfonso Sorrentino (Università di Roma “Tor Vergata”) and Corinna Ulcigrai (Universität Zürich).

May-12 online event: Celebrating Women in Math (9 June 2020, 15:00)

The Department of Mathematics of University of Rome Tor Vergata invites you to attend the following event, organized as part of the international project “May 12” (https://may12.womeninmaths.org/). Lecture in honour of Maryam Mirzakhani: Speaker: Lucia Caporaso (Roma Tre University) Title: Varieties of Varieties after Mirzakhani. Date: 9 Giugno 2020, ore 15 Web page (on which it will be posted the link for the streaming): https://www.mat.uniroma2.it/may12.php The lecture will be followed by the screening of the documentary film : “Secrets of the surface: the mathematical vision of Maryam Mirzakhani” by George Csicsery.

Ph.D. course in Padova: Introduction to Floer Homology

Ph.D. Course in Padova INTRODUCTION TO FLOER HOMOLOGY by Marco Mazzucchelli (ENS Lyon) https://www.math.unipd.it/~dottmath/corsi2020/Mazzucchelli.pdf First lecture: 28th February 2020 To register: https://dottorato.math.unipd.it/current-activity/courses

School "Modern Aspects of Dynamical Systems" - registrations are now open

This is to announce that registrations to the Fondazione CIME school “Modern Aspects of Dynamical Systems”, 20-24 July 2020, are now open until April 30th, 2020. Here it is the first announcement of the school with more information. To register please apply on the website https://web.math.unifi.it/users/cime/

School "Modern Aspects of Dynamical Systems" - 20-24 July 2020

This is the first announcement of the school “Modern Aspects of Dynamical Systems” organized by Fondazione CIME to be held in Cetraro (Cosenza, Italy) in the period 20-24 July 2020. The venue of the school will be Grand Hotel San Michele. The school is directed by Claudio Bonanno (Università di Pisa), Alfonso Sorrentino (Università di Roma “Tor Vergata”) and Corinna Ulcigrai (Universität Zürich). The school will consist of the following courses:

Winter school: Implicit Function Theorems in Geometry and Dynamics

Announcement of the Winter School: “Implicit function theorems in Geometry and Dynamics” which will take place on February 19 - 22, 2020 at Schloss Rauischholzhausen, a castle which is the congress hotel of the University of Gießen https://schloss.faber-management.de/. The aim of the school is to present to master and PhD students two incarnations of the implicit function theorem that have strong influences on contemporary research, namely the implicit function theorem of Nash and Moser, and the implicit function theorem in scale calculus and polyfold-theory as developed by Hofer, Wysocki and Zehnder.