The Mathematics Department at Warwick has a strong research group in Ergodic Theory and Dynamical Systems reflecting a reputation built up over several decades and continuing into the present. Warwick is the base for the leading journal in the field, Ergodic Theory and Dynamical Systems published by Cambridge University Press.
Members in the Department working in this area have a wide range of interests. These include ergodic theory, smooth dynamical systems, thermodynamic formalism, 1-dimensional real and complex dynamics, statistical properties of derterministic systems, KAM and Hamiltonian systems, applications to geometry, fractal geometry, number theory and noncommutative geometry, dynamics applied to physical systems, dynamics applied to biology, dynamics and computation, numerical methods for stochastic differential equations.
There are weekly seminars on Tuesdays, as well as learning seminars organised around specific topics. Graduate students may be admitted as regular students in the department or through the MIR@W programme.