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Symplectic Techniques in Topology and Dynamics 2015

Scientific Programme

Invited Speakers and Titles of Talks

Alain Albouy (IMCCE Paris): The most classical way to be Hamiltonian in two different ways
Thomas Bartsch (Universität Giessen): Point vortex dynamics
Yuri Chekanov (Center for Continuous Mathematics Education, Independent University Moskau): The homotopy type of the space of contact structures on certain 3-manifolds
Alain Chenciner (IMCCE Paris & Université Paris 7): Non-avoided crossings for n-body balanced configurations in R^3 near a central configuration
Rafael de la Llave (Georgia Institute of Technology): A posteriori theorems, fast and validadted algorithms, analyticity properties
Jacques Féjoz (Université Paris-Dauphine): On bounded motions in the N-body problem
Leonor Godinho (IST Lisboa): Polygons, hyperpolygons and beyond
Andreas Knauf (Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg): New techniques for the N-body problem
Sinem Onaran (Hacettepe Üniversitesi Ankara): Nonloose transverse knots
Rafael Ortega (Universidad de Granada): Dynamics of a ping-pong model
Burak Özbağcı (Koç University Istanbul): Contact open books with exotic pages
Álvaro Pelayo (UC San Diego): Integrable systems in the semiclassical limit
Tudor Ratiu (EPF Lausanne): The Flaschka transformation as a momentum map
Felix Schlenk (Université de Neuchâtel): Non-existence of intermediate symplectic capacities via symplectic folding, following Richard Hind
Susanna Terracini (Università di Torino): A variational approach to colliding solutions in celestial mechanics
Susan Tolman (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign): Non-Hamiltonian actions with isolated fixed points
Kai Zehmisch (WWU Münster): Magnetic two-spheres

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