International conference "Analytic theory of differential and difference equations" (dedicated to the memory of Andrey Bolibrukh)
Analytic theory of differential equations is one of the classical fields of mathematics having a rich history. Many of its directions besides their intrinsic interest and importance are quite remarkable for a significant number of fruitful applications in modern mathematics and mathematical physics. One can mention inverse monodromy problems, Painlevé analysis, integrability problems, differential Galois theory, isomonodromic deformations, summability of formal series solutions, theory of normal forms of local objects and others. For the last two hundred years, many famous mathematicians contributed to the analytic theory of differential equations and the area continues to be popular subject for research. A number of major achievements in the field, the most known of which is a negative solution of the 21st Hilbert problem for Fuchsian linear differential systems, belongs to the untimely passed in 2003 Andrey Bolibrukh, a prominent mathematician and a wonderful person.
The conference is dedicated to the memory of Andrey Bolibrukh and timed to the seventieth anniversary of his birth.
The main scope of the conference is a review of recent developments in the analytic theory of differential and difference equations.