Research on the Theory of Random Dynamical Systems and Fractal Geometry

Aim and scope of the workshop:

Random dynamical systems theory has been extensively studied in mathematics and physics based on the concepts for nonlinear stochastic phenomena, such as stochastic bifurcation, random attractors, and random invariant density. The aim of this workshop is to develop random dynamical systems theory and studies on nonlinear stochastic phenomena and to fill the gap between mathematical theories in these fields. The workshop will cover variety of topics, including dynamical systems, stochastic processes, ergodic theory, fractals, iterated function systems, and statistical and nonlinear physics. Program


29 August -2 September, 2019


Room 110, bldg. 3, Dept. of Mathematics, Kyoto University

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Hiroshi Kokubu (Kyoto University), Yuzuru Sato (Hokkaido University), Hiroki Sumi (Kyoto University), Kouji Yano (Kyoto University)

Supported by RIMS Joint Research Activity: RIMS Symposia and JSPS Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research : (C) No. 18K03441, (B) No. 17H02861, (B) No. 19H1790, (B) No. 19H01791
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