Past Events

2009-2010

Apr 30

Dmitry Dolgopyat, University of Maryland

Dynamics of bouncing balls
Fine Hall 401 / -
Apr 15

Alex Kontorovich, Brown University and IAS

Applications of Expansion and Equidistribution to Number Theory
Fine Hall 401 / -
Apr 08

Jean-René Chazottes, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, École-Polytechnique

Concentration inequalities for dynamical systems
Fine Hall 401 / -
Apr 01

Vitaly Bergelson, Ohio State University

Independence properties of weakly mixing systems and polynomial pattersn in large sets
Fine Hall 401 / -
Mar 26

Ilya Goldsheid, Queen Mary, University of London

The Oseledets basis for products of non-identically distributed independent random matrices
Fine Hall 401 / -
Mar 11

John Pardon, Princeton University

Random polygons in plane convex sets
Fine Hall 401 / -
Mar 05

Pablo Shmerkin, The University of Manchester

The dimension of self-affine sets: past, present and future.
Fine Hall 401 / -
Mar 04

Francesco Cellarosi, Princeton University

On the limit curlicue process for theta sums
Fine Hall 401 / -
Feb 25

Vlad Vysotsky, University of Delaware

Limit theorems for sticky particle systems and positivity of integrated random walks
Fine Hall 401 / -
Feb 18

Zeev Rudnick, Tel-Aviv University, IAS

Nodal sets for eigenfunctions of the Laplacian and lattice points on circles and spheres
Fine Hall 401 / -
Dec 11

Michael Boshernitzan, Rice University

Diophantine Properties of Dynamical Systems and IETs
Fine Hall 401 / -
Dec 03

Boris Rozovsky, Lefschetz Center for Dynamical Systems, Brown University

Unbiased Random Perturbations of Navier-Stokes Equation
Fine Hall 401 / -
Nov 20

Elon Lindenstrauss, Princeton University

A brief survey of effective equidistribution results in Gamma\G
Fine Hall 401 / -
Nov 19

Lai-Sang Young, Courant Institute for Mathematics, NYC

Ergodicity of some boundary driven integrable Hamiltonian chains
Fine Hall 401 / -
Oct 22

Mikko Stenlund, Courant Institute, NYU

A pair correlation bound implies the Central Limit Theorem for Sinai Billiards
Fine Hall 401 / -
Oct 15

Jeremy Kahn, SUNY at Stony Brook

A priori bounds for bounded-primitive renormalization
Fine Hall 401 / -
Oct 08

Ilya Vinogradov, Princeton University

Nearest neighbor distances for several rotations
Fine Hall 401 / -
Oct 01

Yakov Sinai, Princeton University

The decay of Fourier modes in solutions of Navier-Stokes systems
Fine Hall 401 / -