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Poster session is planned on Tuesday, 17:20. All posters have to be placed in a designed room at that time. If you need any assistance with printing your poster, please, send us PDF version to address aflc (at) dyn-sys.org not later than Monday, Januray 13, 10:00am. We will be grateful if you prepare your poster in A0 format, in color.

We recommend using beamerposter LaTeX package available here. (You can check out example there. Please, note that for some version of LaTeX one have to remove ,hyperref={pdfpagelabels=false} 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.