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RODIAC Rémy

Date: 
Lun, 04/12/2017 - Ven, 08/12/2017
Site: 
Nom: 
RODIAC
Prénom: 
Rémy
Origine: 
Université catholique de Louvain
Origine: 
Belgique
Thème: 
Homogénéisation
Invitant: 
SANDIER Étienne

BOUFALA Sonia

Situation: 
Permanent
Nom: 
BOUFALA
Prénom: 
Sonia
Site: 
Site: 
Statut: 
Téléphone: 
01 45 17 16 42

DOBBS Neil

Date: 
Mer, 29/11/2017 - Jeu, 07/12/2017
Site: 
Nom: 
DOBBS
Prénom: 
Neil
Origine: 
University College Dublin
Origine: 
Irlande
Thème: 
Système dynamique
Invitant: 
MIHALACHE Nicolae

Theorems and tools in one-dimensional dynamics

Type: 
Site: 
Date: 
06/12/2017 - 13:00 - 15:00
Orateur: 
DOBBS Neil
Localisation: 
University College Dublin
Localisation: 
Irlande
Résumé: 

The first lecture will be an accessible introduction (peut-être en français) to smooth one-dimensional dynamics. After some historical examples and results, we shall consider the dynamics of some maps $f_a : x \mapsto ax(1-x)$ from the quadratic family.

In what follows, we shall investigate typical behaviour from the probabilistic viewpoint. In particular, we shall show, under certain conditions, the existence of probability measures which describe the statistical behaviour of Lebesgue almost every orbit. Time permitting, the Markov extension, together with its utility in proving results concerning continuity of statistical properties, will be presented.

Theorems and tools in one-dimensional dynamics

Type: 
Site: 
Date: 
04/12/2017 - 10:00 - 12:00
Salle: 
P1 011
Orateur: 
DOBBS Neil
Localisation: 
University College Dublin
Localisation: 
Irlande
Résumé: 

The first lecture will be an accessible introduction (peut-être en français) to smooth one-dimensional dynamics. After some historical examples and results, we shall consider the dynamics of some maps $f_a : x \mapsto ax(1-x)$ from the quadratic family.

In what follows, we shall investigate typical behaviour from the probabilistic viewpoint. In particular, we shall show, under certain conditions, the existence of probability measures which describe the statistical behaviour of Lebesgue almost every orbit. Time permitting, the Markov extension, together with its utility in proving results concerning continuity of statistical properties, will be presented.

Theorems and tools in one-dimensional dynamics

Type: 
Site: 
Date: 
29/11/2017 - 14:00 - 16:00
Salle: 
P1 011
Orateur: 
DOBBS Neil
Localisation: 
University College Dublin
Localisation: 
Irlande
Résumé: 

The first lecture will be an accessible introduction (peut-être en français) to smooth one-dimensional dynamics. After some historical examples and results, we shall consider the dynamics of some maps $f_a : x \mapsto ax(1-x)$ from the quadratic family.

In what follows, we shall investigate typical behaviour from the probabilistic viewpoint. In particular, we shall show, under certain conditions, the existence of probability measures which describe the statistical behaviour of Lebesgue almost every orbit. Time permitting, the Markov extension, together with its utility in proving results concerning continuity of statistical properties, will be presented.

NECASOVA Sarka

Date: 
Lun, 29/01/2018 - Ven, 02/02/2018
Site: 
Nom: 
NECASOVA
Prénom: 
Sarka
Origine: 
Académie tchèque des sciences
Origine: 
République tchèque
Thème: 
Collaboration scientifique
Invitant: 
DANCHIN Raphaël
Invitant: 
DUCOMET Bernard

PAICU Marius

Date: 
Mar, 05/09/2017 - Jeu, 07/09/2017
Site: 
Nom: 
PAICU
Prénom: 
Marius
Origine: 
Université Bordeaux 1
Origine: 
France
Thème: 
Analyse des EDP
Invitant: 
DANCHIN Raphaël

FANELLI Francesco

Date: 
Mar, 05/09/2017 - Jeu, 07/09/2017
Site: 
Nom: 
FANELLI
Prénom: 
Francesco
Origine: 
Université Lyon 1
Origine: 
France
Thème: 
Analyse des EDP
Invitant: 
DANCHIN Raphaël

LI Bing

Date: 
Jeu, 09/11/2017 - Mar, 28/11/2017
Site: 
Nom: 
LI
Prénom: 
Bing
Origine: 
Université de technologie de Chine méridionale
Origine: 
République populaire de Chine
Thème: 
Systèmes dynamiques et fractales
Invitant: 
LIAO Lingmin
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