Dynamical Systems Seminar

Autumn Semester 2007
Time:
Tuesday at 4pm (except Special Seminars); tea is available from 3.15pm
in the adjacent common room.
Location: Mathematics Seminar Room (Room 103,
first floor of the Mathematical Sciences Building)
Some general remarks: Everyone
is invited to come to the seminar. Ideally, the talks should be
directed towards discussions of present lines of research rather than
covering as many details as possible in perfectly arranged
presentations.
Organizer: Oscar Bandtlow;
please email me at
if you want to be on
the seminar's mailing list, or perhaps want to give a talk yourself.
Date

Speaker

Title

Thursday, 13 September
outofterm event 
Aleksei V. Chechkin
(Institute for Theoretical Physics, Kharkov Institute of Physics and Technology, Kharkov) 

2 October


9 October

Yuki Yayama
(Department of Mathematics, University of East Anglia) 

16 October

Nikita Ratanov
(Facultad de Economía, Universidad del Rosario, Bogotá) 

23 October

Vasso Anagnostopoulou
(School of Mathematical Sciences, QMUL) 

30 October

Astrid de Wijn
(Department of Earth Science and Engineering, Imperial College London and MaxPlanckInstitut für Physik komplexer Systeme, Dresden) 

Wednesday,
31 October
special event 
Oscar
Bandtlow, organiser
(School of Mathematical Sciences, QMUL) 
OneDay
Ergodic Theory Meeting (supported by the LMS)

6 November

Oscar Bandtlow
(School of Mathematical Sciences, QMUL) 

13 November

Mark Pollicott
(Department of Mathematics, University of Warwick) 
Computing integrals, Lyapunov exponents and entropy rates

20 November

Silvio Queiros
(Unilever R&D Port Sunlight) 

Monday 26 November
special event 
Franco Vivaldi, organiser
(School of Mathematical Sciences, QMUL) 
OneDay Conference on Piecewise Isometries

27 November

Gwyneth Stallard
(Mathematics Department, Open University) 

4 December

Rosemary Harris
(School of Mathematical Sciences, QMUL) 

11 December

Mario di
Bernardo
(Bristol Centre for Applied Nonlinear Mathematics, University of Bristol) 

Previous seminars can be found in our archive.
Last modified: September 29, 2007