Our group established weekly seminar on dynamical systems and mathematical physics, which is running jointly with the departments of mathematical physics, statistics and automatic control under the name Oberseminar . Information about the seminar as well as abstracts of passed and forthcoming lectures can be found on the following web-page:
http://www.maths.lth.se/seminars/dapo.html
Education of PhD students
Our group is actively participating the educational programme
Topics in Modern Mathematics and its Applications recently established
at Mathematical Center, Lund Univ. In particular, the following courses
for PhD and advanced graduate students are planned
Population dynamics, 5 credits.
Nevanlinna functions and spectral theory, 5 credits.
Analytic functions, 5 credits.
International cooperation
Prof. A. Katok (Penn State,
USA), Prof. Ya. Pesin (Penn State, USA)
cooperation on non-uniformly hyperbolic systems (Pesin Theory) and
general smooth dynamical systems, in particular the interplay of
geometry and measure theory
Prof. F. Ledrappier (Paris, France), Prof. S.
Troubetzkoy (Marseille, France)
cooperation on local properties of invariant measures
Prof. B. Hasselblatt (Tufts, USA)
cooperation on the regularity of invariant measures
Prof. M. Ni-col (Surrey, UK),
Prof. K. Burns (Northwestern, USA)
cooperation on partial hyperbolic systems, in particular in
constructing non-volume-preserving stable ergodic attractors
Prof. V. Afraimovich (Mexico), Prof. E. Ugalde
(Mexico), J. Urias
(Mexico)
cooperation on return time statistics and the connection to
dimension theory
Prof. H.G. Bothe (Berlin, Germany)
cooperation on geometric aspects of dynamical systems
Prof. R. Winkler (Vienna, Austria), Prof. M.
Goldstern (Vienna,
Austria)
cooperation on Monte--Carlo--methods arising from dynamical systems
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Prof. S. Troubetzkoy (Marseille, France)
cooperation on non--hyperbolic systems, billiards, interval
translation maps and non--invertible systems with singularities
Prof. L. Barreira (Lisbon, Portugal) cooperation
on multifractal analysis
Prof. Ai-Hua Fan (Amiens, France), Prof. B. Saussol
(Amiens,
France)
cooperation on multifractal analysis, multiperiodic functions and
applications to number theory and harmonic analysis
Prof. B. Kra (Penn State)
cooperation on ergodic theory and connections to number theory and
on circle diffeomorphisms
Prof. S.Albeverio, Institute of Applied
Mathematics, Bonn
cooperation on singular aspects of operator theory and exactly
solvable models
Prof. S.Naboko, Dept. of Math. Phys., St.Petersburg
Univ.
cooperation on spectral theory of self-adjoint operators, in
particular spectral theory of matrix pseudodifferential operators
Prof. S.T.Kuroda and Dr. K.Watanabe, Gakushuin
Univ., Tokyo
cooperation on operator theory, scattering theory and
supersingular perturbations
Prof. B.Pavlov, The Univ. of Auckland
cooperation on the theory of self-adjoint operators, especially in
applications to the theory of low-dimensional and complex systems
Prof. J.Janas, Institute of Mathematics, Krakow,
cooperation on spectral theory of Toeplitz operators
Prof. H. Solari, Univ. of Buenos Aires
cooperation on Population Dynamics and Stochastic models
Prof. Ale Jan Homburg, Amsterdam
cooperation on Bifurcation Theory
Prof. Heinz Langer, Wien
cooperation on Generalized Nevenlinna Functions
Prof. Leszek Sirko, Warszawa
cooperation on Quantum Graphs
Prof. Vadim Kostrykin, Mainz
cooperation on Quantum Graphs