Recent advances in Hamiltonian dynamics and symplectic topology
Recent advances in the study of Hamiltonian systems have been made possible thanks to a fruitful interaction between diverse ideas and techniques coming from dynamical systems, nonlinear analysis, PDE theory and symplectic topology.
The Winter school “Recent advances in Hamiltonian dynamics and symplectic topology” aims at outlining these interactions, and consist of four courses (6 hours each) lectured by well-known experts in the field.
● M.-C. Arnaud (UAPV) Tonelli Hamiltonians and their integrability.
● G. Benedetti (Uni Leipzig) Systolic inequalities in contact and symplectic geometry.
● A. Fathi (Georgia Tech) T.B.A.
● V. Humilière (IMJ-PRG) Action selectors from symplectic topology and applications.
Speakers will outline a panorama of the state of the art, with emphasis on their recent contributions to the field. The School is aimed at PhD and all researchers interested in Hamiltonian dynamical systems and related topics. Contributed talks concerning the themes of the School are welcome and will be selected by the Committee.
The school will cover lodging expenses of a limited number of participants. We invite interested people to send an e-mail to this address:
The Organizing Committee
O. Bernardi, F. Cardin, G. Pinzari, L. Zanelli (University of Padova)
A. Sorrentino (University of Rome “Tor Vergata”)
A. Florio (Université d’Avignon)