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'''Poster session''' is planned on Tuesday, 17:20. All posters have to be placed in a designed room at
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The following poster talks were made on the conference:
that time. If you need any assistance with printing your poster,
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please, send us PDF version to address aflc (at) dyn-sys.org not later than
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Monday, Januray 13, 10:00am. We will be grateful if you prepare your poster in
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A0 format, in color.
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We recommend using <code>beamerposter</code> LaTeX package available [http://www-i6.informatik.rwth-aachen.de/~dreuw/latexbeamerposter.php here]. (You can check out [http://www-i6.informatik.rwth-aachen.de/~dreuw/download/beamerposter-example.zip example] there. Please, note that for some version of LaTeX one have to remove <code>,hyperref={pdfpagelabels=false}</code> from the first line of the example.)
 
==== The list of posters ====
 
 
* Svetlana Kapkaeva (Ogarev Mordovian State University): ''Realization of gradient-like diffeomorphisms on surfaces by means of automorphisms of three-color graphs.''
 
* Svetlana Kapkaeva (Ogarev Mordovian State University): ''Realization of gradient-like diffeomorphisms on surfaces by means of automorphisms of three-color graphs.''
 
* Martin Klimeš (Universite de Montreal): ''Confluence of singularities of ODEs via Borel–Laplace transformations.''
 
* Martin Klimeš (Universite de Montreal): ''Confluence of singularities of ODEs via Borel–Laplace transformations.''
* Martin Klimeš (Universite de Montreal): ''Analytic classi�cation of linear systems unfolding a resonant irregular singularity.''
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* Martin Klimeš (Universite de Montreal): ''Analytic classifcation of linear systems unfolding a resonant irregular singularity.''
 
* Yuliya Levchenko (Nizhnii Nogvorod State Univeristy): ''On topological classification of A-diffeomorphisms of M with two-dimensional surface basic sets.''
 
* Yuliya Levchenko (Nizhnii Nogvorod State Univeristy): ''On topological classification of A-diffeomorphisms of M with two-dimensional surface basic sets.''
 
* Valente Ramrez Garcia-Luna (Department of Mathematics, Cornell University): ''Utmost Topological Rigidity for Generic Quadratic Foliations on ℂP<sup>2</sup>.''
 
* Valente Ramrez Garcia-Luna (Department of Mathematics, Cornell University): ''Utmost Topological Rigidity for Generic Quadratic Foliations on ℂP<sup>2</sup>.''

Revision as of 17:11, 18 January 2014

The following poster talks were made on the conference:

  • Svetlana Kapkaeva (Ogarev Mordovian State University): Realization of gradient-like diffeomorphisms on surfaces by means of automorphisms of three-color graphs.
  • Martin Klimeš (Universite de Montreal): Confluence of singularities of ODEs via Borel–Laplace transformations.
  • Martin Klimeš (Universite de Montreal): Analytic classifcation of linear systems unfolding a resonant irregular singularity.
  • Yuliya Levchenko (Nizhnii Nogvorod State Univeristy): On topological classification of A-diffeomorphisms of M with two-dimensional surface basic sets.
  • Valente Ramrez Garcia-Luna (Department of Mathematics, Cornell University): Utmost Topological Rigidity for Generic Quadratic Foliations on ℂP2.
  • Sergey Tikhomirov (Max Plank Institute for mathematics in the Sciences, Saint-Petersburg State University): The Shadowing Property
  • Sergey Tikhomirov (Max Plank Institute for mathematics in the Sciences, Saint-Petersburg State University; joint work with Pavel Gurevich and Eyal Ron): Reaction-diffusion equations with hysteresis
  • Dmitry Zubov (Department of Mechanics and Mathematics, Lomonosov Moscow State University): Cohomological equations for suspension flows over Vershik automorphisms of Markov compacta
  • Denis Volk (University of Rome “Tor Vergata”; joint work with Gorodetski and Welling): Picewise Translations with Overlaps.
  • Nataliya Medvedeva (Chelyabinsk State University): Stability boundaries in the space of germs.