6th Pingree Park Dynamics Workshop
Foundations and Frontiers in Symbolic Dynamics
Pingree Park, Colorado, USA, July 17-20, 2017

The 2017 Pingree Park Dynamical Systems Workshop will be held at the Pingree Park Campus of Colorado State University on the dates July 17-20, 2017. (Pingree Park Campus Info)
The workshop will be on topological dynamics and ergodic theory in general, but with an emphasis on symbolic dynamical systems. There will be three mini-courses given by:
  1. Emmanuel Jeandel, University of Lorraine (topic TBA)
  2. Anthony Quas, University of Victoria (topic TBA)
  3. Ayse Sahin, Wright State University (topic TBA)
Funding and Costs
Funding has been made available for the meeting by NSF grant DMS-1700430 and by the University of Denver. Local costs for participants will be covered - transportation from the University of Denver to Pingree Park as well as room and board at Pingree Park. Some limited amount of funding is available to support travel; junior researchers will receive top priority for funding.

Application Process
The size of the facility limits our number of participants to 36, of which we hope a significant portion will be graduate students and early-career mathematicians. These limitations mean that we may not be able to accommodate all of those who wish to participate. Therefore, if you are interested in attending please apply according to the procedure below. Applications must be submitted by FEBRUARY 10, 2017 to receive full consideration, though they may be sent at any time. We hope to start selecting participants shortly thereafter.

To apply, please send the following information to Nic Ormes (normes@du.edu):

  1. A current CV with publication list
  2. Whether you would be interested in speaking
  3. Whether or not you would request travel funding from us
If you are a graduate student and don't have a CV, you can omit this, but make sure to include your name, institution, and Ph.D. advisor.

We will organize transportation from Denver to the facility on Sunday July 16 (details to follow). Talks will formally begin on Monday, July 17 and run through Thursday, July 20. On the morning of Friday, July 21, we will depart the facility. Departure times will depend on outgoing flight times for participants.

  1. Nic Ormes (organizer), University of Denver
  2. Ronnie Pavlov (organizer), University of Denver

Confirmed Participants