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7th Bremen Summer School Symposium 'Dynamical Systems - Pure and Applied'

The staff of the Laboratory of Topological Methods in the Dynamics Alexey Kazakov and Evgeniya Samylina, as well as students of the Department of Fundamental Mathematics took part in the 7th Bremen Summer School Symposium «Dynamical systems - pure and applied» (Bremen, Germany)  in August 5-9.

7th Bremen Summer School Symposium 'Dynamical Systems - Pure and Applied'

Participants of the conference presented papers devoted to various topics in theory of dynamical systems: bifurcations theory, theory of Lorentz attractors and quasi attractors:

Yuliya Bakhanova, Alexey Kazakov «Applying of 1D mappings to study Shilnikov spiral attracors in strongly dissipative three-dimensional flows»;
Andrey Bobrovsky, Ivan Korenkov, Klim Safonov,  Alexey Kazakov  «On the boundary between Lorenz attractor and quaisattractor in Shimizu-Morioka system»;
Alexander Gonchenko, Evgeniya Samylina  «On the region of existence of discrete Lorenz attractor in a nonholonomic Celtic stone model»
Dmitry Sukharev, Tatyana Burdygina «Bifurcation analysis of two-dimensional dissipative cubic Henon maps».

The School agenda included several mini-courses by leading scientists: Ansgar Jüngel (TU Vienna, Austria), Tanja Eisner (University of Leipzig, Germany), Alex Kontorovich (Rutgers University, USA).

More information about the School is available on its website.