Tuesday, May 20

3:00 PM-5:00 PM Ballroom III - Level B

Topology in Dynamics

The speakers in this minisymposium will present ideas in dynamics that are primarily topological in nature especially to experimentalists and theorists interested in dynamical systems.

Organizer: James A. Yorke
University of Maryland, College Park

3:00 Crises: The Dynamics of Invariant Sets as a Parameter is Varied
James A. Yorke, Organizer; and Kathleen Alligood, George Mason University
3:30 Horseshoes and the Conley Index Spectrum
Konstantin Mischaikow, Georgia Institute of Technology
4:00 A Case Study of Topology Preserved in an Environment with Noise: Fluid Flowing Past an Array of Cylinders
Judy A. Kennedy, University of Delaware
4:30 Stable Ergodicity and Stable Accessibility
Charles C. Pugh and Mike Shub, University of California, Berkeley

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