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Professor John Smillie



John Smillie

Professor of Mathematics

Office: B1.21
Phone: +44 (0)24 76523490
Email: J dot Smillie at warwick dot ac dot uk


Teaching Responsibilities 2021/2022:

Term 1: MA4M7 Complex Dynamics

Research Interests:
Translation surfaces and complex dynamics in higher dimensions

Recent publications:

(with M. Bainbridge and B. Weiss) Dynamics of the horocycle flow on the eigenform locus

to appear in Memoirs of the AMS, arXiv: 1603.00808

(with E. Bedford and L. Guerini), Hyperbolicity and Quasi-hyperbolicity of Polynomial Diffeomorphisms in C2

to appear in: Pure and Applied Mathematics Quarterly, arXiv: 1601.06268.

(with E. Bedford and T. Ueda), Parabolic Bifurcations in Complex Dimension 2, Communications in Mathematical Physics,

350(1), (2017) 1-29.

(with E. Bedford), A symbolic characterization of the horseshoe locus in the Henon Family, Ergodic Theory and Dynamical Systems (2016)

Submitted for publication:

(with J. Chaika and B. Weiss) Tremors and horocycle dynamics on the moduli space of translation surfaces. arXiv: 2004.04027

(with J. Chaika and O. Khalil) On the space of ergodic measures for the horocycle flow on strata of Abelian differentials. arXiv: 2104.00554