ONE
DAY
ERGODIC
THEORY
MEETINGS
PREVIOUS
EVENTS
UNIVERSITY
OF
WARWICK
MONDAY
26TH
MARCH
2018
There will be a one day ergodic theory meeting at the University of
Warwick on Monday 26th March. This is part of the LMS Scheme 3 funded network of
collaborative meetings involving Bristol, Exeter, Leicester,
Loughborough, Manchester, Queen Mary, St Andrews, Surrey and Warwick,
funded by a Scheme 3 grant from the LMS.

1:30pm2:30pm
Barak Weiss (Tel Aviv)
Random walks on homogeneous spaces and diophantine approximation on fractals

2:45pm  3:45pm
Selim Ghazouani (Warwick)
Teichmuller dynamics and piecewise affine circle homemorphisms

4:15pm  5:15pm
John Smillie (Warwick)
The horocycle flow in Teichmuller dynamics
All talks will be in room B3.03 of the Zeeman Building (Mathematics Institute).
For people who arrive in time we will meet in the Common Room around 12:00 to go for lunch in University House (cafeteria style food). We will also go to a restaurant for dinner in the evening.
Details of the talks, including abstracts, may be found
here.
UNIVERSITY
OF
BRISTOL
THURSDAY
25TH
JANUARY
2018
There will be a one day ergodic theory meeting at the University of
Bristol on Wednesday 25th January. This is part of the LMS Scheme 3 funded network of
collaborative meetings involving Bristol, Exeter, Leicester,
Loughborough, Manchester, Queen Mary, St Andrews, Surrey and Warwick,
funded by a Scheme 3 grant from the LMS.

1:30pm  2:30pm
Vasso Anagnostopoulou (Queen Mary)
Nonautonomous bifurcations in skewproduct dynamical systems

2:45pm  3:45pm
Tom Kempton (Manchester)
On the Hausdorff dimension of Bernoulli convolutions

4:15pm  5:15pm
Boris Solomyak (BarIlan RamatGan)
Absolute continuity of nonhomogeneous selfsimilar measures
The talks will take place in the seminar room on the 4th floor of
Howard house. For a map of how to find Howard house
click here
and for information about getting to Bristol university go here.
A buffet lunch will be availible in the 4th floor common room of
Howard house from 12:15 and Coffee and tea will be available from
the same place at 3:45pm. If you require accommodation then here are some local hotels.
QUEEN
MARY
UNIVERSITY
OF
LONDON
WEDNESDAY
13TH
DECEMBER
2017
There will be a one day ergodic theory meeting at QMUL on Wednesday
13th December 2017. This is part of the LMS Scheme 3 funded network of
collaborative meetings involving Bristol, Exeter, Leicester,
Loughborough, Manchester, Queen Mary, St Andrews, Surrey and Warwick,
funded by a Scheme 3 grant from the LMS.

1:00pm  2:00pm (joint with QMUL Probability & Applications Seminar)
Dmitry Dolgopyat (Maryland)
Local Limit Theorem for Nonstationary Markov Chains

2:30pm  3:30pm
Dalia Terhesiu (Exeter)
The Pressure Function for Infinite Equilibrium Measures

4:00pm  5:00pm
Matteo Tanzi (Victoria)
Heterogeneously Coupled Maps. Coherent behaviour and reconstructing network from data
UNIVERSITY
OF
MANCHESTER
MONDAY,
19TH
JUNE
2017
There will be a one day ergodic theory meeting at the University of Manchester on Thursday 19th June 2017. This is part of the LMS Scheme 3 funded network of collaborative meetings involving Bristol, Exeter, Leicester, Loughborough, Manchester, Queen Mary, St Andrews, Surrey and Warwick, funded by a Scheme 3 grant from the LMS.

1:15pm  2:15pm
Asaf Katz (Jerusalem)
Sparse equidistribution in unipotent flows

2:30pm  3:30pm
Liviana Palmisano (Bristol)
Foliations by rigidity classes

4:00pm  5:00pm
Marco Martens (Stony Brook)
Strange invariant measures in onedimensional dynamics
UNIVERSITY
OF
WARWICK
THURSDAY,
20TH
APRIL
2017
There will be a one day ergodic theory meeting at the University of Warwick on Thursday 20th April 2017. This is part of the LMS Scheme 3 funded network of collaborative meetings involving Bristol, Exeter, Leicester, Loughborough, Manchester, Queen Mary, St Andrews, Surrey and Warwick, funded by a Scheme 3 grant from the LMS.

1:30pm  2:30pm
Vadim Kaloshin (Maryland)
On convex planar billiards, Birkhoff Conjecture and whispering galleries

2:450pm  3:45pm
Holly Krieger (Cambridge)
Height functions in complex dynamics

4:15pm  5:15pm
Frederic Paulin (Orsay)
On the ergodic theory of group actions on trees
UNIVERSITY
OF
LOUGHBOROUGH
FRIDAY,
20TH
JANUARY
2017
There will be a one day ergodic theory meeting at Queen Mary University of London on Wednesday 7th December 2016. This is part of the LMS Scheme 3 funded network of collaborative meetings involving Bristol, Exeter, Leicester, Loughborough, Manchester, Queen Mary, St Andrews, Surrey and Warwick, funded by a Scheme 3 grant from the LMS.

1:15pm  2:15pm
Stefano Galatolo (Pisa)
Computer aided results in ergodic theory and existence of noise induced order

2:20pm  3:20pm
Etienne le Masson (Bristol)
Quantum ergodicity and BenjaminiSchramm convergence of hyperbolic surfaces

3:45pm  4:45pm
Mark Pollicott (Warwick)
Validated numerics with periodic points: The dimension of E2 to 100 decimal places
QUEEN
MARY,
UNIVERSITY
OF
LONDON
WEDNESDAY,
7TH
DECEMBER
2016
There will be a one day ergodic theory meeting at Queen Mary University of London on Wednesday 7th December 2016. This is part of the LMS Scheme 3 funded network of collaborative meetings involving Bristol, Exeter, Leicester, Loughborough, Manchester, Queen Mary, St Andrews, Surrey and Warwick, funded by a Scheme 3 grant from the LMS.

2:00pm  3:00pm
Trevor Clark (Imperial)
Renormalization of smooth maps of the interval

3:15pm  4:15pm
Xin Li (QMUL)
Continuous orbit equivalence

4:45pm  5:45pm
Wael Bahsoun (Loughborough)
Mixing rates and limit theorems for random intermittent maps
Abstracts can be found here.
UNIVERSITY OF
WARWICK
THURSDAY,
9TH
JUNE
2016
There will be a one day ergodic theory meeting at the University of
Warwick on Thursday June 9th.
This is part of a series of collaborative meetings between
Bath,
Bristol,
Exeter,
Leicester,
Loughborough,
Manchester, Queen Mary,
Surrey, and Warwick,
funded by a Scheme 3 grant from the London
Mathematical Society.

1:30pm  2:30pm
Michael Bromberg (Bristol)
Bounded rational ergodicity for the cylinder map

2:45pm  3:45pm
Peyman Eslami (Warwick)
Coupling for piecewise expanding maps

4:15pm  5:15pm
Damien Thomine (Orsay)
Potential kernel, hitting probabilities and limit distributions
The talks will take place in room MS.03 in the Zeeman Building
(Mathematics Institute).
For people who arrive in time we will meet in the Common Room around 12:00 to go for lunch in University House (cafeteria style food). Tea and coffee will be available at 3:45pm. We will also go to a restaurant for dinner in the evening.
UNIVERSITY OF
BRISTOL
THURSDAY,
24TH
MARCH
2016
There will be a one day ergodic theory meeting at the University of
Bristol on Thursday 24th March.
This is part of a series of collaborative meetings between
Bath,
Bristol,
Exeter,
Leicester,
Loughborough,
Manchester, Queen Mary,
Surrey, and Warwick,
funded by a Scheme 3 grant from the London
Mathematical Society.

1:30pm  2:30pm
Barbara Schapira (Rennes)
Unipotent flows on infinite volume hyperbolic manifolds

2:45pm  3:45pm
Jens Marklof (Bristol)
Spherical averages in the space of marked lattices

4:15pm  5:15pm
Amie Wilkinson (Chicago)
Geodesics on incomplete, negatively curved cusped surfaces
The talks will take place in the seminar room on the fourth floor of
Howard house. For a map of how to find Howard house click
here and for
information about getting to Bristol university go
here.
Coffee and tea will be available at 3:45pm in the Howard house common room. If you require
accommodation then here are some local
hotels.
UNIVERSITY OF
LEICESTER
FRIDAY,
15TH
JANUARY
2016
There will be a one day ergodic theory meeting at the University of
Leicester on Friday 15th January 2016.
This is part of a series of collaborative meetings between
Bath,
Bristol,
Exeter,
Leicester,
Loughborough,
Manchester, Queen Mary,
Surrey, and Warwick,
funded by a Scheme 3 grant from the London
Mathematical Society.

1:30pm  2:30pm
Marcy Barge (Montana State)
Arithmetical coding and discrete spectrum for Pisot β

2:45pm  3:45pm
Michael Whittaker (Glasgow)
Fractal substitution tilings with applications to noncommutative geometry

4:15pm  5:15pm
Caroline Series (Warwick)
Continuous motions of limit sets
SCHOOL
OF
MATHEMATICAL
SCIENCES
QUEEN
MARY,
UNIVERSITY
OF
LONDON
WEDNESDAY,
21ST
OCTOBER
2015
There will be a one day ergodic theory meeting at Queen Mary, University of London on Wednesday 21st October 2015
This is part of a series of collaborative meetings between
Bath,
Bristol,
Exeter,
Leicester,
Loughborough,
Manchester, Queen Mary,
Surrey, and Warwick,
funded by a Scheme 3 grant from the London
Mathematical Society.

1:30pm  2:30pm
Ian Morris (Surrey)
A lower bound for the matrix pressure function, and applications

2:45pm  3:45pm
Yiwei Zhang (Pontificia Universidad
Católica de Chile, Santiago)
Ergodic optimization and prevalence

4:15pm  5:15pm
Laurent Vuillon
(Université Savoie Mont Blanc)
Palindromic and antipalindromic closures in symbolic
dynamics: from the ThueMorse sequence to Rauzy fractals
UNIVERSITY OF
BRISTOL
THURSDAY,
18TH
JUNE
2015
There will be a one day ergodic theory meeting at the University of
Bristol on Thursday 18th June 2015. This will be part of the series of
meetings between Bristol, Leicester, Liverpool, Loughbourough,
Manchester, Queen Mary, Surrey and Warwick, funded by a Scheme 3 grant
from the LMS.

1:30pm  2:30pm
Ilya Vinogradov (Bristol)
Directions in hyperbolic and Euclidean lattices

2:45pm  3:45pm
Pankaj Vishe (York)
Uniform bounds for Period integrals and sparse equidistribution

4:15pm  5:15pm
Dan Thompson (Ohio State)
Uniqueness of equilibrium states for geodesic flows in manifolds of nonpositive curvature
UNIVERSITY OF
MANCHESTER
TUESDAY,
12TH
MAY
2015
There will be a one day ergodic theory meeting at the University of
Manchester on Tuesday 12th May. This will be part of the series of
meetings between Bristol, Leicester, Liverpool, Loughbourough,
Manchester, Queen Mary, Surrey and Warwick, funded by a Scheme 3 grant
from the LMS.

1:30pm  2:30pm
Balázs Bárány (Warwick)
LedrappierYoung formula for selfaffine measures

2:30pm  3:30pm
Karma Dajani (Utrecht)
A dynamical approach to Ncontinued fraction expansions

4:00pm  5:00pm
Collin Bleak (St. Andrews)
On automorphisms of the Higman groups G_{n,r} and of the full one sided shift on nletters
UNIVERSITY OF
WARWICK
THURSDAY,
9TH
APRIL
2015
There will be a one day ergodic theory meeting at the University of
Warwick on Thursday 9th April. This will be part of the series of
meetings between Bristol, Leicester, Liverpool, Loughbourough,
Manchester, Queen Mary, Surrey and Warwick, funded by a Scheme 3 grant
from the LMS.

1:30pm  2:30pm
Johannes Kautzsch (Bremen)
On the convergence to equilibrium of unbounded observables

2:45pm  3:45pm
Julia Slipantschuk (QMUL)
Spectral structure of transfer operators for expanding circle maps

4:15pm  5:15pm
Benoit Saussol (Brest)
Poisson law for some non uniformly hyperbolic dynamical systems
QUEEN
MARY,
UNIVERSITY OF
LONDON
WEDNESDAY,
3RD
DECEMBER
2014
There will be a one day ergodic theory meeting at the University of
Manchester on Thursday 10th July. This will be part of the series of
meetings between Bristol, Leicester, Liverpool, Loughbourough,
Manchester, Queen Mary, Surrey and Warwick, funded by a Scheme 3 grant
from the LMS.

1:30pm  2:30pm
Jonathan Fraser (Manchester)
How to solve Falconer's distance problem using ergodic theory

2:45pm  3:45pm
Polina Vytnova (Imperial)
Kinematic fast dynamo problem for 2D maps

4:15pm  5:15pm
Jimmy Tseng (Bristol)
Simultaneous dense and nondense orbits
UNIVERSITY OF
MANCHESTER
THURSDAY,
10TH
JULY
2014
There will be a one day ergodic theory meeting at the University of
Manchester on Thursday 10th July. This will be part of the series of
meetings between Bristol, Leicester, Liverpool, Loughbourough,
Manchester, Queen Mary, Surrey and Warwick, funded by a Scheme 3 grant
from the LMS.

1:15pm  2:15pm
Henna Koivusalo (York)
Cutandproject sets bounded distance from lattices

2:30pm  3:30pm
Xiong Jin (Manchester)
Projections and slices of selfsimilar measures

4:00pm  5:00pm
Tom Ward (Durham)
Rigidity and flexibility in topological dynamics of group automorphisms
UNIVERSITY OF
WARWICK
WEDNESDAY,
21ST
MAY
2014
There will be a one day ergodic theory meeting at the University of
Warwick on Thursday 21st May 2014. This will be part of the series
of meetings between Bristol, Leicester, Liverpool, Loughbourough,
Manchester, Queen Mary, Surrey and Warwick, funded by a Scheme 3 grant
from the LMS.

1:30pm  2:30pm
Markus Fraczek (Warwick)
Zeros of the Selberg zeta function and involutions of Maass wave forms

2:45pm  3:45pm
Gunther Cornelissen (Utrecht)
Graph reconstruction and noncommutative geometry

4:15pm  5:15pm
Bogdan Nica (Goettingen)
Boundaries of hyperbolic groups: dynamics and analysis from a noncommutative viewpoint
UNIVERSITY OF
BRISTOL
THURSDAY,
20TH
MARCH
2014
There will be a one day ergodic theory meeting at the University of
Bristol on Thursday 20th March 2014. This will be part of the series of
meetings between Bristol, Leicester, Liverpool, Loughbourough,
Manchester, Queen Mary, Surrey and Warwick, funded by a Scheme 3 grant
from the LMS.

1:45pm  2:45pm
Valerie Berthe (Paris)
Pisot dynamics and beyond

3:00pm  4:00pm
Ana Rodrigues (Exeter)
Ergodicity of avalanche transformations

4:30pm  5:30pm
Alex Clark (Leicester)
Using dynamics of maps to classify spaces
THURSDAY,
9TH
JANUARY
2014
There will be a one day ergodic theory meeting at the University of
Warwick on Thursday 9th January 2014. This will be part of the series of
meetings between Bristol, Leicester, Liverpool, Loughbourough,
Manchester, Queen Mary, Surrey and Warwick, funded by a Scheme 3 grant
from the LMS.
This meeting is part of the
WarwickKeio Seminar in Ergodic Theory, 8th10th January 2014.

2:00pm  3:00pm
Zemer Kosloff (Warwick)
A class of Inhomogeneous Markov shifts without an absolutely continuous invariant measure

3:15pm  4:15pm
Nikita Sidorov (Manchester)

4:45pm  5:45pm
Dong Han Kim (Dongguk University)
Subword complexity and Sturmian colorings of regular trees
UNIVERSITY OF
LOUGHBOROUGH
WEDNESDAY,
20TH
NOVEMBER
2013
There will be a one day ergodic theory meeting at the University of
Loughborough on Wednesday 20th November 2013. This will be part of the series of
meetings between Bristol, Leicester, Liverpool, Loughbourough,
Manchester, Queen Mary, Surrey and Warwick, funded by a Scheme 3 grant
from the LMS.

1:45pm  2:45pm
Romain Aimino (CPT, Marseille)
Recurrence statistics for the RauzyVeechZorich induction map and the Teichmuller flow on the space of translation surfaces

3:00pm  4:00pm
Viviane Baladi (ENS, Paris)
Natural boundary for the susceptibility function of generic piecewise expanding unimodal maps

4:30pm  5:30pm
Konstantin Khanin (Loughborough)
On rigidity for cyclic nonlinear interval exchange transformations
UNIVERSITY OF
BRISTOL
THURSDAY,
8TH
AUGUST
2013
There will be a one day ergodic theory meeting at the University of
Bristol on Tuesday 8th August 2013. This will be part of the series of
meetings between Bristol, Leicester, Liverpool, Loughbourough,
Manchester, Queen Mary, Surrey and Warwick, funded by a Scheme 3 grant
from the LMS.

1:45pm  2:45pm
Jimmy Tseng (Bristol)
Spiraling of lattice approximates and spherical averages of Siegel transforms

3:15pm  4:15pm
Terry Soo (Warwick)

4:30pm  5:30pm
Karoly Simon (Budapest)
Slices of generalized Sierpinski carpets
UNIVERSITY OF
LEICESTER
MONDAY,
1ST
JULY
2013
There will be a one day ergodic theory meeting at the University of Leicester on Monday 1st July 2013. This will be part of the series
of meetings between Bristol, Leicester, Liverpool, Loughbourough,
Manchester, Queen Mary, Surrey and Warwick, funded by a Scheme 3 grant
from the LMS.

1:15pm  2:15pm
Oscar Bandtlow (QMUL)
Spectral structure of transfer operators for analytic expanding circle maps

2:30pm  3:30pm
Richard Sharp (Warwick)
Higher Teichmüller theory, generalised lengths and thermodynamic formalism

4:00pm  5:00pm
Vaibhav Gadre (Warwick)
Word length statistics along random geodesics and the singularity of harmonic measures.
UNIVERSITY OF
MANCHESTER
MONDAY,
13TH
MAY
2013
This part of the series
of meetings between Bristol, Leicester, Liverpool, Loughbourough,
Manchester, Queen Mary, Surrey and Warwick, funded by a Scheme 3 grant
from the LMS.

1:15pm  2:15pm
Nikita Sidorov (Manchester)
The doubling map with asymmetrical holes

2:30pm  3:30pm
Andrew Ferguson (Bristol)
Dimension of the projection and slice of dynamically defined sets

4:00pm  5:00pm
Norbert Peyerimhoff (Durham)
Some spectral applications of McMullen's Hausdorff dimension algorithm
UNIVERSITY OF
WARWICK
FRIDAY,
25TH
JANUARY
2013
There will be a one day ergodic theory meeting at the University of
Warwick on Friday 25th January 2013. This will be part of the series
of meetings between Bristol, Leicester, Liverpool, Loughbourough,
Manchester, Queen Mary, Surrey and Warwick, funded by a Scheme 3 grant
from the LMS.

1:15pm2:15pm Room B1.01
Sara Munday (Bristol)
The derivative of the alphaFareyMinkowski function

2:30pm  3:30pm Room B1.01
Mark Holland (Exeter)
On extremes and recurrence for nonuniformly hyperbolic dynamical systems

4:00pm5:00pm Room B3.03
Mikko Stenlund (Rome "Tor Vergata" and Helsinki)
Dispersing billiards with moving scatterers
QUEEN
MARY,
UNIVERSITY OF
LONDON
WEDNESDAY,
7TH
NOVEMBER
2012
There will be a one day ergodic theory meeting at Queen Mary,
University of London on Wednesday 7th November 2012. This will be part
of the series of meetings between Bristol, Leicester, Liverpool,
Loughbourough, Manchester, Queen Mary, Surrey and Warwick, funded by a
Scheme 3 grant from the LMS.

1:30pm2:30pm
Ian Morris (Surrey)
Unavoidable structures in positivedensity subsets of Euclidean space; or, how I learned to stop worrying and love the weak* topology on L^{\infty} (R^{d})

2:45pm  3:45pm
Kelly Yancey (UrbanaChampaign)
Rigidity in ergodic theory and topological dynamics

4:15pm5:15pm
Anish Ghosh (UEA)
Bounded orbits for flows on homogeneous spaces
UNIVERSITY OF
BRISTOL
MONDAY,
25TH
JUNE
2012
This is part of a series of collaborative meetings between Bristol
University, Liverpool University, Manchester University, Queen Mary,
Surrey University and Warwick University, supported by a Scheme 3
grant from the London Mathematical Society.

2:00pm3:00pm
Olga Lukina (Leicester)
Hierarchy of graph matchbox manifolds

3:30pm  4:30pm
Victor Beresnevich (York)
Badly approximable points with and without restrictions

5:00pm6:00pm
Etienne Ghys (Lyon)
Hardy Lecture: Chirality in Dynamics
UNIVERSITY OF
SURREY
FRIDAY,
4TH
MAY
2012
This is part of a series of collaborative meetings between Bristol
University, Liverpool University, Manchester University, Queen Mary,
Surrey University and Warwick University, supported by a Scheme 3
grant from the London Mathematical Society.

1:15pm2:15pm
Jon Aaronson (Tel Aviv)
IPrigidity and eigenvalue groups

2:30pm  3:30pm
Alan Haynes (Bristol)
Equivalence relations on separated nets arising from toral flows

4:00pm  5:00pm
Francoise Pene (Brest)
Quantitative recurrence for the Lorentz process
UNIVERSITY OF
WARWICK
MONDAY,
9TH
JANUARY
2012
This is part of a series of collaborative meetings between Bristol
University, Liverpool University, Manchester University, Queen Mary,
Surrey University and Warwick University, supported by a Scheme 3
grant from the London Mathematical Society.

1:30pm2:30pm
Corinna Ulcigrai (Bristol)
Timechanges of horocycle flows

2:40pm  3:30pm
Sebastian van Strien (Warwick)

4:00pm  5:00pm
Ya. G. Sinai (Princeton)
Several simple results from number theory
QUEEN
MARY,
UNIVERSITY OF
LONDON
WEDNESDAY,
2ND
NOVEMBER
2011
This is part of a series of collaborative meetings between Bristol
University, Liverpool University, Manchester University, Queen Mary,
Surrey University and Warwick University, supported by a Scheme 3
grant from the London Mathematical Society.

2:00pm3:00pm
Jon Aaronson (Tel Aviv)
Distributional limits in infinite ergodic theory

3:30pm  4:30pm
Martin Rasmussen (Imperial)
An alternative approach to SackerSell spectral theory

4:45pm  5:45pm
Alex Gorodnik (Bristol)
Quantitative ergodic theorems and Diophantine approximation
UNIVERSITY OF
BRISTOL
THURSDAY,
2ND
JUNE
2011
This is part of a series of collaborative meetings between Bristol
University, Liverpool University, Manchester University, Queen Mary,
Surrey University and Warwick University, supported by a Scheme 3
grant from the London Mathematical Society.

1:45pm2:45pm
Arnaldo Nogueira (Marseille)
Absorbing sets of homogeneous subtractive algorithms

3:00pm  4:00pm
Mark Demers (Fairfield)
Escape rates, entropy and Lyapunov exponents in dynamical systems with holes

4:30pm  5:30pm
Vadim Kaloshin (Maryland)
Hausdorff dimension of oscillatory motions for a three body problem
UNIVERSITY OF
MANCHESTER
WEDNESDAY,
30TH
MARCH
2011
This is part of a series of collaborative meetings between Bristol
University, Liverpool University, Manchester University, Queen Mary,
Surrey University and Warwick University, supported by a Scheme 3
grant from the London Mathematical Society.

2:00pm3:00pm
Kenneth Falconer (St Andrews)
Selfaffine fractals and multifractals

3:30pm  4:30pm
Pablo Shmerkin (Manchester)
Multifractal structure of Bernoulli convolutions

4:40pm  5:40pm
Thomas Jordan (Bristol)
Increasing digit sets for infinite iterated function systems
All lectures will take place in the School of Mathematics (Alan Turing Building, The University of Manchester).
UNIVERSITY OF
SURREY
FRIDAY,
4TH
March
2011
This is part of a series of collaborative meetings between Bristol
University, Liverpool University, Manchester University, Queen Mary,
Surrey University and Warwick University, supported by a Scheme 3
grant from the London Mathematical Society.

1:15pm2:15pm
Wael Bahsoun (Loughborough)
Metastability of Certain Intermittent Maps

2:30pm  3:30pm
Yves Guivarc'h (Rennes)
Renewal theorems for products of random matrices and application to
stationary solutions of some stochastic recursions

4:00pm  5:00pm
Kit Nair (Liverpool)
Pointwise ergodic theorems and combinatorial number theory
UNIVERSITY OF
WARWICK
TUESDAY,
1ST
FEBRUARY
2011
This is part of a series of collaborative meetings between Bristol
University, Liverpool University, Manchester University, Queen Mary,
Surrey University and Warwick University, supported by a Scheme 3
grant from the London Mathematical Society.

2:00pm3:00pm
Richard Sharp (Manchester)
Spectral triples and Gibbs measures on Cantor sets

3:30pm  4:30pm
Caroline Series (Warwick)
An ergodic theorem for surface groups

4:40pm  5:40pm
Anders Karlsson (Geneva)
Discrete heat kernels and counting in Cayley graphs
This meeting has support from the LMS under a scheme 3 grant. The
participation of Anders Karlsson has support from the LMS under a
scheme 2 grant.
QUEEN
MARY,
UNIVERSITY OF
LONDON
WEDNESDAY,
3RD
NOVEMBER
2010
This is part of a series of collaborative meetings between Bristol
University, Liverpool University, Manchester University, Queen Mary,
Surrey University and Warwick University, supported by a Scheme 3
grant from the London Mathematical Society.

1:30pm2:30pm
Dalia Terhesiu (Surrey)
Operator renewal theory for infinite measure preserving
systems

2:45pm  3:45pm
Tom Kempton (Warwick)

4:15pm  5:15pm
Frédéric Naud (Avignon)
Lower bounds for the Ruelle eigenvalue sequence
UNIVERSITY
OF
BRISTOL
THURSDAY,
27TH
MAY
2010
This is part of a series of collaborative meetings between Bristol
University, Liverpool University, Manchester University, Queen Mary,
Surrey University and Warwick University, supported by a Scheme 3
grant from the London Mathematical Society.

1:30pm2:30pm
Emmanuel Breuillard (Universite ParisSud 11)
Some applications of random matrix products

2:45pm  3:45pm
Tom Ward (East Anglia)
Uniform distribution of periodic points

4:15pm  5:15pm
Pablo Shmerkin (Manchester)
Thermodynamic formalism for the singular value function
UNIVERSITY OF
SURREY
FRIDAY,
7TH
MAY
2010
This is part of a series of collaborative meetings between Bristol
University, Liverpool University, Manchester University, Queen Mary,
Surrey University and Warwick University, supported by a Scheme 3
grant from the London Mathematical Society.

1:15pm2:15pm
Renaud Leplaideur (University of Brest)
The Central Limit Theorem for Hausdorff dimension of
Gibbs measures

2:30pm  3:30pm
Andrew Ferguson (University of Warwick)
Escape rates for Gibbs measures

4:00pm  5:00pm
Matt Nicol (University of Houston)
Extreme value theory for Sinai dispersing billiards and
a class of piecewise hyperbolic diffeomorphisms.
UNIVERSITY OF
LIVERPOOL
WEDNESDAY,
17TH
FEBRUARY
2010
This is part of a series of collaborative meetings between Bristol
University, Liverpool University, Manchester University, Queen Mary,
Surrey University and Warwick University, supported by a Scheme 3
grant from the London Mathematical Society.

11:00am12:00pm
Richard Sharp (Manchester)
Statistics, matrix groups and hyperbolic geometry

2:00pm  3:00pm
Dzmitry Badzihan (York)

3:30pm  4:30pm
Anish Ghosh (UEA)
QUEEN
MARY,
UNIVERSITY OF
LONDON
WEDNESDAY,
4TH
NOVEMBER
2009

1:302:30pm
Charlene Kalle (Warwick)
Natural extensions and invariant measures for betatransformations

2:45pm  3:45pm
Mark Holland (Exeter)
Extreme events for nonuniformly hyperbolic systems

4:15pm  5:15pm
Krzysztof Fraczek (Torun)
On Markov quasisimilarity of Koopman operators
QUEEN
MARY,
UNIVERSITY OF
LONDON
MONDAY,
22ND
JUNE
2009

1:002:00pm
Karl Petersen (North Carolina)
Some Sturmian symbolic dynamics

2:15pm  3:15pm
Ian Morris (Warwick)
A rapidlyconverging lower bound for the joint
spectral radius via multiplicative ergodic theory

3:45pm  4:45pm
Nikita Sidorov (Manchester)
Betaexpansions and Bernoulli convolutions

5:00pm  6:00pm
Norbert Peyerimhoff (Durham)
The integrated density of states of Laplacians on the Kagome lattice
UNIVERSITY OF
SURREY
FRIDAY,
20TH
MARCH
2009
This is part of a series of collaborative meetings between Bristol
University, Liverpool University, Manchester University, Queen Mary,
Surrey University and Warwick University, supported by a Scheme 3
grant from the London Mathematical Society.

1:15pm  2:15pm
Cor Kraaikamp (Delft)
Metric properties of \alphaRosen fractions
Although Rosen fractions were introduced by David Rosen in the mid 1950ies, it was only in 1995 that Hitoshi Nakada started the investigations into the metrical properties of these Rosen fractions. By its definition, Rosen fractions are generalizations of the classical nearest integer continued fraction expansion.

2:30pm  3:30pm in MS.05
Max Thaler (Salzburg)
On the iteration of the PerronFrobenius operator of a class of
interval maps preserving an infinite measure
The standard approach to distributional limit theorems for interval maps with indifferent fixed points and infinite invariant measure requires the investigation of the asymptotics of \{\sum_{k=0}^{n1} P^k\} where P is the associated PerronFrobenius operator. This program has been carried through successfully for a large class of maps. A natural further step would be to investigate the asymptotics of the sequence \{P^n\} itself. According to the speakers knowledge no general results have been obtained on this subject so far. The purpose of the talk is to consider the problem for specific examples.

4:00pm  5:00pm in MS.05
Anish Ghosh (University of East Anglia)
A dynamical approach to some problems in Diophantine approximation
UNIVERSITY OF
WARWICK
WEDNESDAY,
28TH
JANUARY
2009
This is part of a series of collaborative meetings between Bristol
University, Liverpool University, Manchester University, Queen Mary,
Surrey University and Warwick University, supported by a Scheme 3
grant from the London Mathematical Society.

1:00pm  2:00pm (in MS.04)
Pablo Shmerkin (Manchester)
Average local entropies, convolutions of Cantor measures, and the dimension of projections

2:15pm  3:15pm in MS.05
Dan Thompson (Warwick)
The irregular set for the beta shift carries full topological entropy (= log beta)

4:00pm  5:00pm in MS.05
Ian Melbourne (Surrey)
Weak invariance principle in the domain of attraction of a
stable law for the intermittency map
QUEEN
MARY,
UNIVERSITY OF
LONDON
FRIDAY,
12TH
DECEMBER
2008
This is part of a series of collaborative meetings between Bristol
University, Liverpool University, Manchester University, Queen Mary,
Surrey University and Warwick University, supported by a Scheme 3
grant from the London Mathematical Society.

1:15pm  2:15pm
Dalia Terhesiu (Surrey)
On Young towers with nonintegrable return function

2:30pm  3:30pm
Mike Todd (Porto)
Smooth pressure and Lyapunov spectra for unimodal maps

4:00pm  5:00pm
Mark Pollicott (Warwick)
The accelerated RauzyVeechZorich map and transfer operators
UNIVERSITY
OF
WARWICK
MONDAY,
28TH
JULY
2008
This is part of a series of collaborative meetings between Bristol
University, Liverpool University, Manchester University, Queen Mary,
Surrey University and Warwick University, supported by a Scheme 3
grant from the London Mathematical Society.

1:15pm  2:15pm
Ian Morris (Warwick)
Entropy for maximizing measures of generic functions

2:30pm  3:30pm
Thomas Jordan (Bristol)
Thermodynamic formalism for interval maps

4:00pm  5:00pm
Karoly Simon (Budapest)
Arithmetic difference of random Cantor sets
UNIVERSITY
OF
BRISTOL
FRIDAY,
13TH
JUNE
2008
This is part of a series of collaborative meetings between Bristol
University, Liverpool University, Manchester University, Queen Mary,
Surrey University and Warwick University, supported by a Scheme 3
grant from the London Mathematical Society.

1:15pm  2:15pm
Alex Gorodnik (Bristol)
Rigidity of actions on algebraic spaces

2:30pm  3:30pm
Shaun Bullett (Queen Mary)
Deformations of the modular group as a correspondence

4:00pm  5:00pm
John Smillie (Cornell)
UNIVERSITY
OF
SURREY
FRIDAY,
18TH
APRIL
2008
This is part of a series of collaborative meetings between Bristol
University, Liverpool University, Manchester University, Queen Mary,
Surrey University and Warwick University, supported by a Scheme 3
grant from the London Mathematical Society.

1:15pm  2:15pm
Jens Marklof (Bristol)
Kinetic transport equations for the periodic Lorentz gas

2:30pm  3:30pm
Mike Todd (Porto)
Thermodynamic formalism for interval maps

4:00pm  5:00pm
Péter Bálint (Budapest)
On the mixing properties of hyperbolic billiards
QUEEN
MARY,
UNIVERSITY
OF
LONDON
WEDNESDAY,
31ST
OCTOBER
2007

1:15pm  2:15pm
Henk Bruin (Surrey)
Rarity of onesided Bernoulli systems

2:30pm  3:30pm
Jason Levesley (York)
Towards Khintchinetype theorems on the Cantor set: a problem of
Mahler's

4:00pm  5:00pm
Anne BroiseAlamichel (Orsay)
On the characteristic exponents of the JacobiPerron algorithm
UNIVERSITY
OF
WARWICK
MONDAY,
18TH
JUNE
2007
This is part of a series of collaborative meetings between Liverpool
University, Manchester University, Queen Mary, Surrey University and Warwick
University, supported by a Scheme 3 grant from the London Mathematical Society.

12:00pm  1:00pm
Pablo Shmerkin (Jyvaskyla, Finland)
Resonance between Cantor sets and measures

2:30pm  3:30pm
Anthony Manning (Warwick)
A map of the tetrahedron that describes the sequence of pedal triangles

4:00pm  5:00pm
Nikita Sidorov (Manchester)
Expansions in noninteger bases and dynamics
UNIVERSITY
OF
LIVERPOOL
WEDNESDAY,
25TH
APRIL
2007
This is part of a series of collaborative meetings between Liverpool
University, Manchester University, Queen Mary, Surrey University and Warwick
University, supported by a Scheme 3 grant from the London Mathematical Society.

11:00pm  12:00pm
Helena MihaljevicBrandt (Liverpool)
Landing of dynamic rays of entire transcendental functions

2:00pm  3:00pm
Thomas Jordan (Warwick)
Hausdorff dimension for stationary measures and iteration function systems

4:00pm  5:00pm
Oscar Bandtlow (Queen Mary, University of London)
A generalisation of the Ionescu  Tulcea  Marinescu ergodic theorem and its converse
UNIVERSITY
OF
SURREY
FRIDAY,
2ND
FEBRUARY
2007
This is part of a series of collaborative meetings between Liverpool
University, Manchester University, Queen Mary, Surrey University and Warwick
University, supported by a Scheme 3 grant from the London Mathematical Society.

12:00pm  1:00pm
JeanRené Chazottes (École Polytechnique  CPHT)
Concentration inequalities for dynamical systems

2:30pm  3:30pm
Mark Pollicott (Warwick)

4:00pm  5:00pm
Jane Hawkins (Chapel Hill)
OneDimensional Stochastic Cellular Automata
The talks will take place in room LTA (unless otherwise stated).
Coffee and tea will be available at 11:30am and at 3:30pm in room
31AA04. Wine at 5pm in room 31AA04.
Lunch will be between 1pm and 2pm. There will also be an evening meal
in a local restaurant.
QUEEN
MARY,
UNIVERSITY
OF
LONDON
WEDNESDAY,
1st
NOVEMBER
2006
This is part of a series of collaborative meetings between Liverpool
University, Manchester University, Queen Mary, Surrey University and Warwick
University, supported by a Scheme 3 grant from the London Mathematical Society.

1.15pm  2.15pm
Ian Melbourne (Surrey)
Decay of correlations for the infinite horizon planar periodic
Lorentz gas

2:30pm  3:30pm
Wael Bahsoun (Manchester)
Rigorous numerical approximation of escape rates

4:00pm  5:00pm
Tom Ward (East Anglia)
Growth in entropy rank one
All talks will take place in the School of Mathematical Sciences, Mile
End Road, London E1 4NS
Tea will be available between 3:30pm and 4:00pm.
In the evening there will be a meal at a local restaurant.
MANCHESTER
INSTITUTE
FOR
MATHEMATICAL
SCIENCES
FRIDAY,
28th
APRIL
2006
This is part of a series of collaborative meetings between Liverpool
University, Manchester University, Queen Mary, Surrey University and Warwick
University, supported by a Scheme 3 grant from the London Mathematical Society.

1.30pm  2.15pm
Nikita Sidorov (Manchester)
Iterated function systems with overlaps:
combinatorics and dynamics

2:30pm  3:30pm
Lars Olsen (St Andrews)
Multifractal analysis and fractal properties of
(non)normal numbers

4:00pm  5:00pm
Franco Vivaldi (QMUL)
Minimal modules of periodic orbits
All talks will take place in Room M12 of the Mathematics and Social
Sciences Building on the Sackville Street Site of the University of
Manchester.
UNIVERSITY
OF
WARWICK
FRIDAY,
13th
JANUARY
2006
This is part of a series of collaborative meetings between Liverpool
University, Manchester University, Queen Mary, Surrey University and Warwick
University, supported by a Scheme 3 grant from the London Mathematical Society.

1.00pm  2.00pm
Mark Holland (Surrey)
Mixing properties of Lorenz maps and flows

2:30pm  3:30pm
Jon Aaronson (Tel Aviv)
Exchangeable and Gibbs measures for subshifts
In addition, there is the usual Warwick Friday Colloquium:
 16:00pm  17:00pm
Peter Cameron (Queen Mary)
The random graph and the Urysohn space
The talks will take place in Room B1.01.
UNIVERSITY
OF
SURREY
FRIDAY,
27th
JANUARY
2006
This is part of a series of collaborative meetings between Liverpool
University, Manchester University, Queen Mary, Surrey University and Warwick
University, supported by a Scheme 3 grant from the London Mathematical Society.

12.00pm  1.00pm
Andrew Török (Houston)

2:30pm  3:30pm
Evgeny Verbitskiy (Philips, Eindhoven)
Thermodynamic formalism for Fuzzy Gibbs measures

4:00pm  5:00pm
Carl Dettmann (Bristol)
Open circular billiards and the Riemann hypothesis
The talks will take place in room 10AA0.
QUEEN
MARY
UNIVERSITY OF
LONDON
WEDNESDAY,
2nd
NOVEMBER
2005
This is part of a series of collaborative meetings between Liverpool
University, Manchester University, Queen Mary, Surrey University and Warwick
University, supported by a Scheme 3 grant from the London Mathematical Society.

1.00pm  2.00pm
Mark Pollicott (Warwick)
Pair correlations for sequences

2:15pm  3:15pm
Ian Morris (Manchester)
Maximizing measures and positive Livsic theorems

3:45pm  4:45pm
Alex Clark (North Texas)
The role of size and shape in tilings
The talks will take place in Room 103 on the first floor of the
Mathmatical Sciences Building.
WARWICK
UNIVERSITY
THURSDAY,
8th
SEPTEMBER
2005
This is part of a series of collaborative meetings between Liverpool
University, Manchester University, Queen Mary, Surrey University and Warwick
University, supported by a Scheme 3 grant from the London Mathematical Society.

12.00noon  1.00pm
Henk Bruin (Surrey)
Monotonicity of topological
entropy for multimodal polynomial families

2:30pm  3:30pm
Richard Sharp (Manchester)
Growth rates on covers of
negatively curved manifolds

4:00pm  5:00pm
Carlangelo Liverani (Rome)
Statistical properties of
almost product dynamics
The talks will take place in Room B 3.03
SURREY
UNIVERSITY
MONDAY,
16th
MAY
2005

12.00noon  1.00pm
Xavier Bressaud (Marseilles)
Coupling and speed of decay of correlations

2:30pm  3:30pm
Mark Demers (Georgia Tech)
Markov extensions for some dynamical systems with holes

4:00pm  5:00pm
Bassam Fayad (Paris)
Toral translations and smooth ergodic theory
The talks will take place in room 10AA04
MANCHESTER
INSTITUTE
FOR
MATHEMATICAL
SCIENCES
FRIDAY,
18th
FEBRUARY
2005
This is part of a series of collaborative meetings between Liverpool
University, Manchester University, Queen Mary University of London,
Surrey University and Warwick University,
supported by a Scheme 3 grant from the London
Mathematical Society.

1:15pm  2:15pm
Marta Mazzocco (Manchester)
Algebraic solutions of the Painlevé equations

2:30pm  3:30pm
Ilya Goldsheid (QMUL)
Lyapunov exponents of products of random matrices: a
more constructive approach

4:00pm  5:00pm
Norbert Peyerimhoff (Durham)
Spherical means on higher rank symmetric spaces
All talks will be in Room M12 of the Mathematics and Social Sciences
Building,
Sackville Street Site.
WARWICK
UNIVERSITY
MONDAY,
13th
DECEMBER
2004
This is part of a series of collaborative meetings between Liverpool
University, Manchester University, Queen Mary University of London,
Surrey University and Warwick University,
supported by a Scheme 3 grant from the London
Mathematical Society.

12:00pm  1:00pm
Anthony Manning (Warwick)
Relating exponential growth in a manifold and its
fundamental group

2:30pm  3:30pm
Oliver Jenkinson (QMUL)
An a priori bound on the rate of exponential mixing

4:00pm  5:00pm
Anders Oberg (Uppsala)
All talks will be in Room 3.02 in the Mathematics Institute.
QUEEN
MARY,
UNIVERSITY OF
LONDON
THURSDAY,
15th
JULY
2004
This is part of a series of collaborative meetings between Liverpool
University, Manchester University, Queen Mary University of London,
and Surrey University, supported by a Scheme 3 grant from the London
Mathematical Society.

1:00pm  2:00pm
Julien Bremont (Paris)
Contracting interval exchange transformations
and maximizing measures

2:15pm  3:15pm
Thomas Jordan (Manchester)

3:45pm  4:45pm
Alex Eskin (Chicago)
Billiards in some rational triangles
All talks will be in the Mathematics
Seminar Room (Room 103, first floor of the Mathematical Sciences Building).
LIVERPOOL
WEDNESDAY,
5th
MAY
2004
This is part of a series of collaborative meetings between Liverpool
University, Manchester University, Queen Mary University of London,
and Surrey University, supported by a Scheme 3 grant from the London
Mathematical Society.

2:15pm  3:15pm
Gavin Band (Liverpool)
Realising pseudoAnosov hyperbolic toral automorphisms

3:30pm  4:30pm
Mark Holland (Surrey)
Nonuniformly hyperbolic dynamics and stable manifolds
The talks will take place in Room 514 of the Mathematics
Building.
SURREY
FRIDAY,
26th
MARCH
2004
This is part of a series of collaborative meetings between Liverpool
University, Manchester University, Queen Mary University of London,
and Surrey University, supported by a Scheme 3 grant from the London
Mathematical Society.

11:45am  12:45pm
Oscar Bandtlow (Nottingham)
Computing spectral data of transfer operators

2:30pm  3:30pm
Michael Field (Houston)
Stability of rapid mixing for hyperbolic flows

4:00pm  5:00pm
Sebastian Gouezel (Paris)
Decay of correlations for nonuniformly expanding maps
MANCHESTER
WEDNESDAY,
26th
NOVEMBER
2003
This is part of a series of collaborative meetings between Liverpool
University, Manchester University, Queen Mary, and Surrey University,
supported by a Scheme 3 grant from the London Mathematical Society.

2:30pm  3:30pm
Matthew Nicol (Surrey)
Livsic Theorems for Nonuniformly Hyperbolic Systems

4:00pm  5:00pm
Jens Marklof (Bristol)
The Distribution of Error Terms in Counting Problems
QUEEN
MARY,
UNIVERSITY OF
LONDON
THURSDAY,
12th
JUNE
2003
This is part of a series of collaborative meetings between Liverpool
University, Manchester University, Queen Mary, and Surrey University,
supported by a Scheme 3 grant from the London Mathematical Society.

12:00pm  1:00pm
Richard Sharp (Manchester)
Pair correlations for closed geodesics

2:30pm  3:30pm
Karoly Simon (Budapest Technical University)
Hausdorff dimension and Hausdorff measure for some hyperbolic
attractors in space

4:00pm  5:00pm
Ilya Goldsheid (Queen Mary, University of London)
Rigidity in random walks and random environments
LIVERPOOL
WEDNESDAY,
7th
MAY
2003
This is part of a series of collaborative meetings between Liverpool
University, Manchester University, Queen Mary, and Surrey University,
supported by a Scheme 3 grant from the London Mathematical Society.

2:30pm  3:30pm
Adam Epstein (Warwick)
Rayequivalence classes for matings of quadratic
polynomials

4:00pm  5:00pm
Oscar Bandtlow (Queen Mary, University of London)
Eigenvalue asymptotics of Ruelle transfer operators
MANCHESTER
WEDNESDAY,
5th
MARCH
2003
This is part of a series of collaborative meetings between Liverpool
University, Manchester University, Queen Mary, and Surrey University,
supported by a Scheme 3 grant from the London Mathematical Society.

2:30pm  3:30pm
Oliver Jenkinson (Queen Mary, University of London)

4:00pm  5:00pm
Gwyneth Stallard (Open University)
All talks will be in Room 2.13 of the Mathematics Building, University
of Manchester.
Tea and biscuits will be available between 3:30pm and 4pm.
Lunch will be between 1pm and 2pm (meet in the Brian Hartley
Room, Mathematics Building, just before 1pm).
There will also be an evening meal in a local restaurant.
MANCHESTER
WEDNESDAY,
13th
NOVEMBER
2002

3.00pm  4.00pm
Alistair Windsor (Manchester)
A Weak Mixing Dichotomy for Special Flows

4.30pm  5.30pm
Omri Sarig (Warwick)
Cohomological equations for nonMarkov maps and stochastic
properties of beta expansions
All talks will be in Room 2.13 of the Mathematics Building, University
of Manchester.
Tea and biscuits will be available between 4:00pm and 4:30pm.
Lunch will be between 1:00pm and 2:00pm.
There will also be an evening meal in a local restaurant.
In addition to the above `Ergodic Theory' talks, there will be an
Applied Mathematics Seminar:
This talk will also take place in Room 2.13.
QUEEN
MARY,
LONDON
FRIDAY,
19th
JULY
2002

11.45am  12.45pm
Keith Burns (Northwestern)
Stable ergodicity for skew products and timeone maps of frame
flows

2.45pm  3.45pm
Charles Walkden (Manchester)
Statistical properties for iterated maps that contract on
average

4.15pm  5.15pm
Matt Nicol (Surrey)
Statistical properties of endomorphisms and
compact group extensions
All talks will be in the Mathematics Seminar Room (Room 103, first
floor of the Mathematical Sciences Building)
Coffee will be available between 3.45 and 4.15
Lunch will be between 12.45 and 2.45.
There will also be an evening meal in a local restaurant.
LIVERPOOL
WEDNESDAY,
24th
APRIL
2002
This is part of a series of collaborative meetings between Liverpool
University, Manchester University, Queen Mary, and Surrey University,
supported by a Scheme 3 grant from the London Mathematical Society.

2.15pm  3.15pm
Pieter Collins (Liverpool)
Entropyminimising orbits relative to homoclinic point

3.45pm  4.45pm
Kostya Khanin (HerriotWatt and Cambridge)
All talks will be in Room 2.11 of the Mathematics and Oceanography
Building.
MANCHESTER
WEDNESDAY,
27th
FEBRUARY
2002
This is part of a series of collaborative meetings between Liverpool
University, Manchester University, Queen Mary, and Surrey University,
supported by a Scheme 3 grant from the London Mathematical Society.

2.30pm  3.30pm
Nikita Sidorov (UMIST)
The combinatorics of betaexpansions

4.00pm  5.00pm
Simon Kristensen (York)
Central limit theorems and invariance principles in
ergodic systems
All talks will be in Room 2.13 of the Mathematics Tower.
Lunch will be at 1:00pm in the Hopkinson Room. Meet in the Brian
Hartley Room (6th floor of the Mathematics Tower) shortly before 1pm.
There will also be an evening meal in a local restaurant.
MANCHESTER
WEDNESDAY,
21st
NOVEMBER
2001
This is part of a series of collaborative meetings between Liverpool
University, Manchester University, Queen Mary, and Surrey University,
supported by a Scheme 3 grant from the London Mathematical Society.

2.30pm  3.30pm
Matt Nicol (Surrey)
Statistics of compact group extensions of hyperbolic systems

4.00pm  5.00pm
Gabriel Paternain (Cambridge)
Genericity of positive entropy for geodesic flows on the 2sphere
All talks will be in Room 2.13 of the Mathematics Tower.
Lunch will be at 1:00pm in the Hopkinson Room. Meet in the Brian
Hartley Room (6th floor of the Mathematics Tower) shortly before 1pm.
QUEEN
MARY,
LONDON
THURSDAY,
14th
JUNE
2001
This is part of a series of collaborative meetings between Liverpool
University, Manchester University, Queen Mary and Westfield, and
Surrey University, supported by a Scheme 3 grant from the London Mathematical
Society.

11.30am  12.30pm
Carlangelo Liverani (IHES / Roma Tor Vergata)
RuellePerronFrobenius spectrum for Anosov maps

2.30pm  3.30pm
Mark Pollicott (Manchester)
Ergodic properties of linear actions of 2x2 matrices on the plane

4.00pm  5.00pm
Warwick Tucker (Cornell)
The Lorenz attractor exists
More details, including abstracts, can be found here.
All talks will be in the Mathematics
Seminar Room (Room 103, first floor of the Mathematical Sciences Building)
LIVERPOOL
WEDNESDAY,
4th
APRIL
2001
This is part of a series of collaborative meetings between Liverpool
University, Manchester University, Queen Mary and Westfield, and
Surrey University, supported by a Scheme 3 grant from the London Mathematical
Society.

2.00pm  3.00pm
Yash Puri (UEA)
Arithmetic of numbers of periodic points

3.30pm  4.30pm
Frederic Paccaut (Imperial)
Some piecewise invertible systems
The talks will take place in Room 106 of the Mathematics and
Oceanography Building, Unverisity of Liverpool.
MANCHESTER
MONDAY,
6th
NOVEMBER
2000
This is part of a series of collaborative meetings between Liverpool
University, Manchester University, Nottingham Trent University and
Surrey University, supported by a Scheme 3 grant from the London Mathematical
Society.

2.00pm  3.00pm
Guillaume Havard (Warwick)
Thermodynamic formalism and variations of the Hausdorff dimension
of Julia sets of quadratic polynomials

3.15pm  4.15pm
Frederic Paccaut (Imperial)
Statistical properties of piecewise invertible maps
(Cancelled due to train cancellations, flooding, etc)

4.45pm  5.45pm
Matt Nicol (Surrey)
Topologically transitive euclidean group extensions
The talks will take place in Room 2.14 of the Mathematics Tower,
Unverisity of Manchester, Oxford Road, Manchester.
Tea, coffee and biscuits will be available at 4.15pm in the Brian
Hartley Room.
There will also be an evening meal in a local restaurant.
CAMBRIDGE
TUESDAY,
6th
JUNE
2000
This is part of a series of collaborative meetings between Liverpool
University, Manchester University, Nottingham Trent University and
Surrey University, supported by a Scheme 3 grant from the London Mathematical
Society. Exceptionally, it will be held at the Isaac Newton
Institute, Cambridge.

11.30am  12.30pm
Renato Iturriaga (Newton Institute)
Mane's critical values as energy levels

2.30pm  3.30pm
Mariusz Urbanski (North Texas)
Hausdorff dimension of harmonic measure for selfconformal sets

4.00pm  5.00pm
Tom Ward (East Anglia)
Adelic amoebas and subdynamics
The talks will take place in Room 1 of the Isaac Newton Institute,
20 Clarkson Road, Cambridge CB3 0EH.
There will also be an evening meal in a local restaurant.
MANCHESTER
WEDNESDAY,
17th
MAY
2000
This is part of a series of collaborative meetings between Liverpool
University, Manchester University, Nottingham Trent University and
Surrey University, supported by a Scheme 3 grant from the London Mathematical
Society.

11.30am  12.30pm
Pieter Collins (Liverpool)
Symbolic dynamics and entropy of homoclinic tangles

2.30pm  3.30pm
David Hardcastle (HeriotWatt)
Multidimensional continued fractions

4.00pm  5.00pm
Zaqueu Coelho (Nottingham Trent)
Random times for rotations and associated maps
The talks will take place in Room 2.14 of the Mathematics Building.
Coffee will be available at 11:00am and tea at 3:30pm in the Brian
Hartley Room (6th floor).
MANCHESTER
MONDAY,
22nd
NOVEMBER
1999
This is part of a series of collaborative meetings between Liverpool
University, Manchester University, Nottingham Trent University and
Surrey University, supported by a Scheme 3 grant from the London Mathematical
Society.

11.30am  12.30pm
Charles Walkden (Manchester)

2.30pm  3.30pm
Oliver Jenkinson (IHES)

4.00pm  5.00pm
Matt Nicol (Surrey)
Some results on stable ergodicity
The talks will take place in Room 9.05 of the Mathematics Building.
Coffee will be available at 11:00am and tea at 3:30pm in the Brian
Hartley Room (6th floor).
UMIST
WEDNESDAY,
30th
JUNE
1999
This is part of a series of collaborative meetings between Liverpool
University, Manchester University, Nottingham Trent University and
UMIST, supported by a Scheme 3 grant from the London Mathematical
Society.
 11.00am  12.00pm
Mark Pollicott (Manchester)
Ergodicity of frame flows
 1.30pm  2.30pm
Zainab Kazim (Manchester)
The Box and Hausdorff dimension of General Monotone Sets
 3.00pm  4.00pm
Klaus Schmidt (Vienna and ESI)
Isomorphism rigidity of irreducible Z^{d} actions
All talks will take place in Room N6 of the Mathematics and Social
Science Building, UMIST.
Tea and coffee will be served in Room N2 from 2.30pm to 3.30pm.
NOTTINGHAM TRENT
WEDNESDAY,
28th
APRIL
1999
This is part of a series of collaborative meetings between Liverpool
University, Manchester University, Nottingham Trent University and
UMIST, supported by a Scheme 3 grant from the London Mathematical
Society.

Richard Sharp (Manchester)
Closed geodesics and periods of automorphic forms.

Tan Lei (Warwick)
Orbits correspondence in parabolic implosion.

Mark Shereshevsky (Nizhny Novgorod)
An application of covering spaces to cellular automata.
LIVERPOOL
WEDNESDAY,
24th
FEBRUARY
1999
This is part of a series of collaborative meetings between Liverpool
University, Manchester University, Nottingham Trent University and
UMIST, supported by a Scheme 3 grant from the London Mathematical
Society.
 2.00pm:
Dr. S.R. Bullett (QMW)
Mating polynomial maps with Kleinian groups
 3.45pm:
Dr. S.L. Velani (QMW)
On a problem in simultaneous Diophantine approximation
All talks will take place in the Mathematics &
Oceanography Building, 6th floor, Penthouse.
Refreshments will be available from 1.30 in room 304.
There will be dinner at a local restaurant in the evening.
MANCHESTER
WEDNESDAY,
25th
NOVEMBER
1998
This is part of a series of collaborative meetings between Liverpool
University, Manchester University, Nottingham Trent University and
UMIST, supported by a Scheme 3 grant from the London Mathematical
Society.
 2.30pm:
Gwyneth Stallard (Open University)
Families of Baker domains
 4.00pm:
Nikita Sidorov (UMIST)
Ergodic properties of Erdos measures for the Pisot case and
applications.
Both talks will take place in Room 2:13 of the Mathematics Tower. Tea
and coffee will be available at 3.30pm.
There will be dinner at a local restaurant in the evening.
MANCHESTER
THURSDAY,
6th
AUGUST
1998
This is part of a series of collaborative meetings between Liverpool
University, Manchester University and UMIST, supported by the London
Mathematical Society.
Both talks will take place in Room 2:13 of the Mathematics Tower. Tea
and coffee will be available at 3.00pm . There will be dinner at a local
restaurant in the evening.
In addition to the NWDS talks, there will be a Pure Mathematics Seminar
in the morning:
This talk will also take place in Room 2.13.
For more information, contact:
Richard Sharp
Department of Mathematics
University of Manchester
Manchester
M13 9PL
Tel: 0161275 5835
email: sharp@ma.man.ac.uk