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Geometry and Dynamics Seminar

Tuesdays 14:15-15:30
Research I Seminar Room

The Geometry and Dynamics seminar is a research seminar in Dynamical Systems and Geometry, widely understood, including complex one-dimensional dynamics, hyperbolic geometry, geometric group theory, and ergodic theory.

Fall Semester 2012 Schedule

Date Time Speaker Title
Monday
Apr 9
14:15 Dierk Schleicher
Jacobs University
Turning Newton's method into an efficient root finder
Tuesday
Sep 11
14:15 Russel Lodge
Jacobs University
The twisted rabbit and beyond
Tuesday
Sep 18
14:15 Sabyasachi Mukherjee
Jacobs University
Thermodynamic formalism and Hausdorff dimension of some Julia sets I
Tuesday
Sep 25
14:15 Sabyasachi Mukherjee
Jacobs University
Thermodynamic formalism and Hausdorff dimension of some Julia sets II
Tuesday
Oct 2
14:15 Brennan Bell
Manchester University
Cantor sets and Priestley spaces
Tuesday
Oct 9
14:15 Daniel Meyer
Jacobs University
Mating of polynomials
Tuesday
Oct 16
14:15 Russell Lodge
Jacobs University
Explicit computations of the pullback on curves
Tuesday
Oct 30
14:15 Alexandros Gelastopoulos
Jacobs University
Non-isomorphism of the (1/2,1/2) and (1/3,1/3,1/3) shifts
Tuesday
Nov 6
14:15 Dierk Schleicher
Jacobs University
Yoccoz puzzles and local connectivity of (quadratic) Julia sets
Tuesday
Nov 13
14:15 Khudoyor Mamayusupov
Jacobs University
The spider algorithm
Tuesday
Nov 20
14:15 Mikhail Hlushchanka
Jacobs University
The arithmetic of dynamical systems
Friday
Nov 23
13:30 John Hubbard
Cornell University
Parabolic blowups and limits of dynamical systems
Tuesday
Nov 27
14:15 Darka Labavic
Jacobs University
Caveats in modelling coarse-grained descriptions of a bistable frustrated unit

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