Dynamics and integrability of nonholonomic and other non-Hamiltonian systems
In recent years there has been a growing interest towards the integrability of systems which, though not Hamiltonian, retain some link to—or common origin with—Hamiltonian systems. One such field is that of nonholonomic systems. These investigations often rely on—and try to extend— well-understood ideas and techniques from Hamiltonian mechanics. Techniques range from differential geometry—including symplectic and Poisson geometry and Lie group theory—to numerical investigations. The aim of this workshop is to provide a dedicated occasion of encounter and discussion to all researchers which, with different expertise and from different perspectives, are active in these areas.
LIST OF SPEAKERS
Balseiro, Paula (Universidade Federal Fluminense - Brasil)
Bates, Larry (University of Calgary - ) TBC
Bloch, Anthony (University of Michigan - USA) TBC
Bolsinov, Alexey (University of Loughbourogh, UK)
Dragovic, Vladimir (University of Texas at Dallas, USA) TBC
Fedorov, Yuri (Universitat Politechnica de Catalunya - Spain)
Jovanovic, Bozidar (Mathematical Institute of the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts - Serbia)
Krikorian, Raphael (ENSTA-Paris Tech - France)
Levi, Mark (Penn Statte University - USA)
Mandini, Alessia (PUC Rio de Janeiro - Brasil)
Magri, Franco (Universita` degli Studi Milano Bicocca - Italy)
Mamaev, Ivan (Udmurt State University, Russia)
Martín de Diego, David (ICMAT - Spain)
Miranda, Eva (UPC-Barcelona, FSMP - Fondation Sciences Mathématiques de Paris)
Montaldi, James (University of Manchester - UK) TBC
Przybylska, Maria (University of Zielona Góra - Poland)
Zenkov, Dmitry (Northe Caroline State University - USA)
Zung, Nguyen Tien (University of Toulouse - France) TBC
Deadline for registration
November 30, 2017.
Deadline for submitting abstracts for short talks
November 30, 2017.
Due to the shortness of the workshop, there will be a limited number of contributed talks. To submit and abstract please send title and abstract to firstname.lastname@example.org. The scientific committee will select them.