The conference will take place at Warwick's centre in Venice, June 13th-17th 2011.
It will bring together researchers in topology, dynamical systems, and embeddings of finite-dimensional sets into Euclidean spaces to address the question whether the dynamics on a finite-dimensional attractor of an infinite-dimensional system is any more complicated than the dynamics on the attractor of a finite-dimensional system.
A longer description can be found here.
If you have any questions please contact one of the organisers: James Robinson, Warwick (j dot c dot robinson at warwick dot ac dot uk), José Sanjurjo, Complutense University, Madrid (jose_sanjurjo at mat dot ucm dot es), or Jaime Sánchez-Gabites, Ciudad Real (jaigabites at mat dot ucm dot es).
Jerzy Dydak (University of Tennesse, Knoxville)
Steve Ferry (Rutgers University)
Barnabas Garay (Budapest University of Technology)
Ross Geoghegan (State University of New York at Binghamton)
Craig Guilbault (University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee)
Brian Hunt (Universiy of Maryland)
Jouni Luukkainen (University of Helsinki)
Manuel A. Morón (Complutense University, Madrid)
Hossein Movahedi-Lankarani (Penn State Altoona)
Eric Olson (Reno, Nevada)
Eleonora Pinto de Moura (IUFRJ, Brazil)
Alexander Romanov (Moscow State Institute of Electronics & Mathematics, Technical University)
Francisco Ruiz del Portal (Complutense University, Madrid)
Tim Sauer (George Mason University)
Colin Sparrow (University of Warwick)