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Symplectic Techniques in Topology and Dynamics

Scientific Programme

Invited Speakers and Titles of Talks

Alberto Abbondandolo (Universität Bochum): Periodic orbits of exact magnetic flows on surfaces
Peter Albers (Universität Münster): The (un-) magnetic Polterovich torus in T*S2
Frédéric Bourgeois (Université Paris-Sud): S1-equivariant symplectic homology and linearized contact homology
Jonathan Bowden (Universität Augsburg): Symplectic four-manifolds with circle actions
Alessandra Celletti (Universitŕ di Roma "Tor Vergata"): From symplectic to conformally symplectic KAM theory with applications to celestial mechanics
Alain Chenciner (IMCCE Paris & Université Paris 7): Angular momentum and Horn's problem
Urs Frauenfelder (Seoul National University): Contacting the moon
Andreas Knauf (Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg): New techniques for the N-body problem
Otto van Koert (Seoul National University): From contact geometry to global surfaces of section
James Montaldi (University of Manchester): Classification of symmetries of planar choreographies
Daniel Offin (Queen's University Kingston): Maslov index and some questions of dynamic stability
Rafael Ortega (Universidad de Granada): A fixed-point theorem for area-preserving maps
Gabriella Pinzari (Universitŕ degli Studi di Napoli "Federico II"): A full symplectic reduction for the planetary problem which preserves the symmetry by reflections, with an application
Silvia Sabatini (IST Lissabon): Hamiltonian actions of tori and semi-toric systems of 4-dimensional compact symplectic manifolds
Karl Friedrich Siburg (TU Dortmund): Shortest billiard trajectories in hyperbolic polygons
Sergei Tabachnikov (Pennsylvania State University): Frieze patterns and discretization of a Virasoro orbit
Susanna Terracini (Universitŕ di Torino): Parabolic trajectories in the N-body problem

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