## Workshop Mathematical Physics and Dynamical Systems, 2017

###### (Back to Chair IX: Analysis, Mathematical Physics & Dynamical systems)

The workshop will focus on current trends at the intersection of Mathematical Physics and Dynamical systems and will feature presentations by prominent speakers. In particular, it will cover the interplay between classical dynamical systems and quantum mechanical motion equations, their relation to spectral theory of operators and evolution equations, as well as the analysis of ordinary and partial differential equations.

### Date

20th (10:00 h) - 22nd (14:00 h) March 2017

### Venue

TU Dortmund

Fakultät für Mathematik

Vogelpothsweg 87

44227 Dortmund

Germany

The workshop will take place on the **ground floor of the mathematics tower**, which is the tallest building on campus.
You can also follow the signs for the audimax (auditorium maximum), which is in the same building.
Registration and coffee breaks will take place in discussion **room E 23**, whereas the lectures will be held in **room E 19**.

See also the map

### Invited Speakers

- Wolfgang Arendt (Ulm)
- Michael Baake (Bielefeld)
- Hansjörg Geiges (Köln)
- Werner Kirsch (Hagen)
- Andreas Knauf (Erlangen)
- Gerhard Knieper (Bochum)
- Matthieu Léautaud (Paris)
- Stéphane Nonnenmacher (Paris)
- Norbert Peyerimhoff (Durham)
- Alfonso Sorrentino (Rome)
- Steve Zelditch (Evanston)

There will be no contributed talks but the opportunity to display posters in the discussion room E 23 where coffee breaks will take place. Participants who present a poster can obtain a written confirmation of active participation at the workshop. Anyone who wishes to present a poster should announce it while completing the registration form

### Organizers

both at the TU Dortmund (Chair IX: Analysis, Mathematical Physics & Dynamical Systems)

##### Local Support

- Matthias Täufer, technical support
- Janine Textor, conference secretary

### Workshop Poster

You can download a PDF file of a poster announcing the workshop:

### Funding

We gratefully acknowledge support by the Gesellschaft der Freunde der Technischen Universität Dortmund e.V.