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Dynamical Systems and Fractal Geometry

May 14-17, 2024

University of North Texas

The conference will bring together a diverse group of experts in a range of subfields of Dynamical Systems that have many interconnections but that do not usually meet together in the same conference, despite sharing many common tools and related problems. The main themes of the conference are:

  • Complex Dynamics

  • Fractal Geometry

  • Thermodynamic Formalism

  • Open Dynamical Systems

  • Random Dynamical Systems.


The goal is to further strengthen the connections between these areas, discuss new research directions, and develop new collaborations. We will also take the opportunity to celebrate Professor Mariusz Urbański receiving the 2023 Sierpiński Medal.

Invited speakers:

Scientific Committee:

Organizing Committee:

Contributed talks:  We have a limited number of slots for 20-minute contributed talks. In addition, there will be a session of 5-minute “lightning talks”.

Career panel:  There will be a 45-minute career panel, intended mainly for junior participants. Confirmed panelists:

Conference dinner:  There will be a conference dinner on Thursday, May 16, at which we will celebrate Mariusz Urbański receiving the 2023 Sierpiński Medal.

Registration:  There is no registration fee, and some limited travel support is available. The deadline for registration is February 29.

Registration is now closed.

Sponsors:  We gratefully acknowledge support from the National Science Foundation and the University of North Texas.


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