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The next one day ergodic theory meeting (funded by the LMS scheme 3 grant between Birmingham University, Bristol University, Exeter University, Loughborough University, Manchester University, Queen Mary, St. Andrews University, and Warwick University ) will be at Exeter on Wednesday the 15th June, organised by Demi Allen and Mark Holland.
Schedule and further details of the meeting are at https://sites.google.com/view/demi-allen-mathematics/one-day-ergodic-theory-meeting-exeter-15-june-2022.
We are holding an online conference, “Homogeneous Dynamics and Related Topics Exeter.” The conference aims to present a range of current research in homogeneous dynamics and related areas and to connect speakers and participants to discuss these topics.
If you have some interest in dynamics, number theory, or geometry, please feel free to attend a talk or two.
- Vitaly Bergelson (Ohio State)
- Florin Boca (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
- Alexander Gorodnik (University of Zürich)
- Dmitry Kleinbock (Brandeis)
- Min Lee (Bristol)
- Seonhee Lim (Seoul National University)
- Jens Marklof (Bristol)
- Andreas Strömbergsson (Uppsala)
- Barak Weiss (Tel-Aviv)
- Shucheng Yu (Uppsala)
Date/Time: 16 May 2022 (Monday) — 19 May 2022 (Thursday), 1 PM — 4:30 PM BST (British Summer Time)
Platform: Zoom (link will be sent to registered participants in due course)
Organizers: Nathan Hughes and Jimmy Tseng
Registration: Free but required. The registration form is linked on the conference website.
Conference website: https://sites.google.com/view/hdrtexeter
Kyle Wedgewood will be hosting a meeting of the “Maths in Life Sciences” (MiLS) research network on June 14th and 15th 2022 at the University of Exeter on the topic of:
The links above gives the current schedule and details of how to register.
We are happy to welcome Demi Allen who has recently joined the Department. She is a Lecturer in Mathematics at the University of Exeter. Her main research interests are in Metric Number Theory, Diophantine Approximation and Fractal Geometry, all of which relate to purer aspects of Dynamical Systems.