Resonances of complex dynamics

ICMS, 15 South College Street, Edinburgh, EH8 9AA

9-13 July 2018

Scientific organisers

Simon Albrecht, University of Liverpool 
Lasse Rempe-Gillen, University of Liverpool 
Gwyneth Stallard, Open University

Additional organisers

Patrick Comduehr, University of Kiel
Alexandre Eremenko, Purdue University
Dierk Schleicher, Jacobs University, Bremen

This workshop will enable progress in one-dimensional complex dynamics and connected areas, such as function theory, dynamics of quasiregular mappings, higher-dimensional complex dynamics, fractal geometry and continuum theory, by focusing on fundamental interactions between them. There will be a particular focus on influences and resonances of the iteration of transcendental functions with this diverse set of areas. Leading experts will present overviews of such connections, and discuss outstanding problems of major significance where this point of view might lead to fundamentally new insights. The workshop will celebrate the 60th birthday of Professor Walter Bergweiler, one of the world leaders in transcendental dynamics, whose work has had a profound influence on a range of mathematical disciplines.

Arrangements

Invited speakers and participants will receive an email invitation from ICMS in March 2018.

PUBLIC APPLICATION

There will be a limited number of places available at this workshop for public applicants. If you wish to attend, please complete this application form. The closing date for applications is Friday 20 April 2018.  All applications will be reviewed by the scientific organisers and applicants notified of decisions after that date.

Programme

Confirmed participants

Krzysztof Barański, University of Warsaw
Anna Benini, University of Barcelona
Mario Bonk, UCLA
Arnaud Chéritat, Institut de Mathématiques de Toulouse
William Cherry, University of North Texas
Igor Chyzhykov, Lviv University
Neil Dobbs, University College Dublin
Bob Devaney, Boston University
David Drasin, Purdue University
Núria Fagella, Universitat de Barcelona
Walter Hayman, Imperial College London (emeritus)
Aimo Hinkkannen, University of Urbana
Bogusława Karpińska, Warsaw University of Technology
Masashi Kisaka, Kyoto University
Janina Kotus, Warsaw University of Technology
James Langley, University of Nottingham
Mikhail Lyubich, Stony Brook University
Daniel Meyer, University of Liverpool
Daniel Nicks, University of Nottingham
Mary Rees, University of Liverpool
Phil Rippon, Open University
Pascale Roesch, Institut de Mathématiques de Toulouse
Sebastian van Strien, Imperial College London
Mitsuhiro Shishikura, Kyoto University
Mariusz Urbański, University of North Texas
Yuefei   Wang, Chinese Academy of Sciences
Larry Zalcman, Bar-Ilan University
Jianhua Zheng, Chinese Academy of Sciences
Anna Zdunik, University of Warsaw