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Dynamical Systems: Geometric and Statistical Properties

Monday 15 - Friday 19 July 2024

Local organizers: Mark Pollicott and Richard Sharp


This workshop will be concerned with both geometric and statistical properties of dynamical systems. The basic themes includes the study of hyperbolic systems, thermodynamic formalism, equilibrium and Gibbs states, resonances, closed orbits and zeta functions. The geometric applications include geometric group theory, hyperbolic geometry, fractal geometry and many other related topics. The statistical properties include decay of correlations, Central Limit Theorems and other ergodic properties.

Time and Location

The workshop will start at 2:00pm on Monday, 15 July 2024 and finish at lunchtime on Friday, 19 July 2024. The meeting will take place in the Zeeman Building, Warwick University, Coventry CV4 7AL. Lectures will be held in MS.01 (Monday and Tuesday) and MS.02 (Wednesday, Thursday and Friday), on the ground floor of the Zeeman Building, near the main entrance.


To date, the following speakers have confirmed their participation:

  • Jairo Bochi (Penn State)
  • Keith Burns (Northwestern)
  • Semyon Dyatlov (MIT)
  • Alena Erchenko (Dartmouth)
  • Anton Gorodetski (UC Irvine)
  • Victor Kleptsyn (Rennes)
  • Jialun Li (Ecole Polytechnique, Paris)
  • Frederic Naud (Sorbonne)
  • Wenyu Pan (Toronto)
  • Yakov Pesin (Penn State)
  • Federico Roderiguez Hertz (Penn State)
  • Dan Thompson (Ohio State)
  • Giulio Tiozzo (Toronto)
  • Masato Tsujii (Kyushu)
  • Mariusz Urbanski (U.N.T)
  • Disheng Xu (Guangdong)
  • Agnieszka Zelerowicz (UC Riverside)
  • Zhiyuan Zhang (Imperial)


Please register using the link here. The number of participants is limited. A place is guaranteed for invited participants. If you have not been invited, you may still register and you will be informed whether we can give you a place.


Accommodation will be arranged by the Mathematics Research Centre (MRC) and participants will be contacted directly by the MRC ( opens in a new window) in due course. In case of doubt, please contact Mark Pollicott (


Support for this workshop will include contributions from ERC, EPSRC and the Foundation Compositio.

Further information:
For more information on this meeting please contact Mark Pollicott (