Workshop in Ergodic Theory & Symbolic Dynamics (with a view towards Number Theory)

13-15 September 2017
Queen Mary, University of London

 



All talks will take place at the David Sizer Lecture Theatre, Francis Bancroft Building, Queen Mary, University of London.



SPEAKERS

Demi Allen (University of York)
Simon Baker (University of Warwick)
Balázs Bárány (Budapest University of Technology and Economics)
Carlo Carminati (Università di Pisa)
Émilie Charlier (Université de Liège)
Alex Clark (University of Leicester)
Christiane Frougny (Université Paris-Diderot)
Uwe Grimm (Open University)
Mark Holland (University of Exeter)
Toby Hall (University of Liverpool)
Thomas Jordan (University of Bristol)
Natalia Jurga (University of Warwick)
Luca Marchese (Université Paris 13)
Mark Pollicott (University of Warwick)
Stéphane Seuret (Université Paris-Est Créteil)
Nikita Sidorov (University of Manchester)
Wolfgang Steiner (Université Paris-Diderot)
Polina Vytnova (University of Warwick)

REGISTRATION

Registration is now open; if you plan to attend, please send a quick email to v.anagnostopoulou@qmul.ac.uk to register.


SCHEDULE

The schedule can be found here.

Click here for titles & abstracts.


LOCAL INFORMATION

To travel within London, we recommend using the underground. Here is a tube map and TFL's Journey Planner. You can just buy an Oyster card from any station when you arrive and top it up with £20. Within Zones 1-2, Oyster cards automatically cap the daily charge at £6.6. By comparison, a Day Travelcard will cost £12.30.

All talks will take place at the David Sizer Lecture Theatre, Francis Bancroft Building, Queen Mary, University of London. Bancroft Building is just a short walk from Mile End station (Hammersmith / District line). Alternatively, you can walk from Stepney Green station (Hammersmith / District line). Here is a map of the campus. Bancroft Building in at 31.

To travel to Princes Gardens in South Kensington (where most participants will be staying), just get the westbound District Line from Mile End to South Kensington station, then follow the map to Princes Gardens.


ORGANISERS

Vasso Anagnostopoulou (v.anagnostopoulou@qmul.ac.uk)
Oliver Jenkinson (o.jenkinson@qmul.ac.uk)


Supported by a London Mathematical Society Conference grant