Dynamical Systems Seminar

Spring Semester 2006
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:
Rainer Klages; please email me if you want to be on
the seminar's mailing list, or perhaps want to give a talk yourself.
Date

Speaker

Title

10th January

Keith M. Briggs
(Mobility Research Centre, BT) 
The
work of George Szekeres on functional equations
[please see here for files of overhead transparencies and handouts] 
16th January
change of day 
Francisco J. Cao
(Universidad Complutense de Madrid) [please note: this talk will take place on Monday at 4pm in room M513] 

24th January

Andrew S. Torok
(Department of Mathematics, University of Houston)


31st January

Joern Davidsen
(Natural Complexity Project, British Antarctic Survey, Cambridge)


7th February

Robert L. Devaney (Department
of Mathematics, Boston University)


14th February
change of date 
Franco Vivaldi (School of
Mathematical Sciences, Queen Mary, University of London)

Arithmetical
properties of some piecewise irrational rotations

21st February
change of date 
Ilya
Goldsheid (School of Mathematical Sciences, Queen Mary, University
of London)

Lyapunov
exponents of random transformations

Friday, 24th
February
special event 
Thomas Prellberg,
organizer (School of Mathematical Sciences, Queen Mary, University of
London)


28th February

Celso Grebogi
(Centre for Applied Dynamics Research, King's College, University of
Aberdeen)


7th March

Stefano Luzzatto (Mathematics
Department, Imperial College)


14th March

Ian
Melbourne (Department of Mathematics and Statistics, University of
Surrey)


21st March
change of time 
Dirk
Hennig (Institute for Theoretical Physics, Humboldt University Berlin) 

28th March

Natalia Janson
(Department of Mathematical Sciences, Loughborough University)


Previous seminars you can find in our archive
Last modified: March 16, 2006