The ninth Brin Prize in Dynamical Systems has been awarded to our own
Corinna Ulcigrai (University of Zurich)
for her fundamental work on the ergodic theory of locally Hamiltonian flows on surfaces, of translation flows on periodic surfaces and wind-tree models, and her seminal work on higher genus generalizations of Markov and Lagrange spectra.
The award ceremony was planned for 18/04/2020 as part of the 2020 Maryland Spring dynamical systems conference, which has been canceled. It is now planned for April 10, 2021 (as part of 2021 Maryland conference).
(Brin Prize Committee: Viviane Baladi, Giovanni Forni (Chair), Helmut Hofer, Elon Lindenstrauss, Carlangelo Liverani, Hee Oh, Federico Rodriguez Hertz)
There will be nine 4 year PhD position available at the University of Groningen.
Although the research projects are interdisciplinary and across mathematics, physics and astrophysics, at least two of the research topics (number 6 and 9 in the topics list) have a strong mathematical component, with focus on dynamical systems, hamiltonian mechanics and semiclassical analysis.
The deadline for the application is 1 April 11:59 pm / before 2 April Dutch local time. All the activities at the University of Groningen are in English, no knowledge of the Dutch language is required or expected.
Opening for a two-year research fellowship in Dynamical Systems at the University of Pisa. This position is supported by the national grant MIUR-PRIN 2017 “Regular and stochastic behaviour in dynamical systems“.