School of Mathematics, Fry Building
University of Bristol
Organisers: Viveka Erlandsson (Bristol), John Mackay (Bristol), Jens Marklof (Bristol)
The Clay Mathematics Institute and Heilbronn Institute for Mathematical Research are organising a virtual two-week summer school on "Dynamics and Geometry", hosted by the School of Mathematics at the University of Bristol. This will be the third in a series of UK postgraduate mathematics summer schools, jointly funded by the Clay Mathematics Institute and the Heilbronn Institute for Mathematical Research.
Dynamics and Geometry are two intertwined areas of mathematics that have seen revolutionary breakthroughs in recent years. In this summer school world-leading experts will speak about some of these developments, alongside problem sessions and other opportunities for discussion and interaction.
Mini Course Lecturers
Francisco Arana-Herrera (Stanford), Counting simple closed hyperbolic geodesics on surfaces
Elise Goujard (Bordeaux), Masur-Veech volumes of strata of moduli spaces of differentials
Ursula Hamenstädt (Bonn), Geometric flows with uniform hyperbolic localizations and applications
Yair Minsky (Yale), Fibered 3-manifolds
Amir Mohammadi (UC San Diego), Random walks and rigidity
Barak Weiss (Tel Aviv), Horocyclic and horospherical dynamics on the moduli space of translation surfaces
Alex Eskin (Chicago), Actions on non-abelian groups and measure rigidity (video)