SCIENTIFIC PROGRAMS AND ACTIVITIES
|October 28, 2020|
The 2006 Southern Ontario Dynamics Day is co-organized by the Department of Mathematics & Statistics of the University of Guelph, and The Fields Institute for Research in Mathematical Science. The workshop will be hosted at The Fields Institute. The Southern Ontario Dynamics Day history dates back to 1995. The event is organized on a rotational basis by different Southern Ontario Universities. The 2006 Dynamics Day program consists of 12 invited lectures and a poster session. The program will cover very diverse and exciting new areas of research in dynamical systems theory and applications. The list of invited speakers is included below.
In order to present your poster you must register it (together with title, author and abstract) no later than March 31, 2006.
Poster boards 36X42" and stands will be provided.
The event will take place over a one day period. There will be presentation sessions and a poster session. All presentations will be of 25 minutes duration with a 5 minutes question period.
If you have any questions, please contact one of the organizers.
|9:00-9:20||ARRIVAL, coffee, hanging of the posters|
|9:20 9:30||opening remarks|
Pugh, University of Toronto
A Finite Locus Effect Diffusion Model for the Evolution of a Quantitative Trait
|10:00-10:30||Pietro Lio, University
of Cambridge, UK
Mathematical Model of HIV Superinfection Dynamics and R5 to X4 Switch
|10:30-11:00||Greg Lewis, University
of Ontario Institute of Technology
Bifurcations in a Differentially Heated Rotating Spherical Shell
|11:00-11:30||COFFEE BREAK, poster viewing|
University of Houston, USA & University of Toronto
Patterns of Synchrony in Lattice Dynamical Systems
|12:00-12:30||Xinzhi Liu, University
Synchronization of Chaos and Impulsive Dynamical Systems with Time Delay
|12:30-1:30||LUNCH, poster viewing|
University of Catania, IT
Dynamic Networks and Evolutionary Variational Inequalities
|2:00-2:30||Matt Davison, University
of Western Ontario
Probability Theory, Linear Operators, and Discrete Logistic Maps
|2:30-3:00||Herb Kunze, University
Fractal Tops & Colour Stealing
|3:00-3:30||Henryk Fuks, Brock
Dynamics of the language acquisition process
|3:30-4:00||COFFEE BREAK, Poster viewing|
|4:00-4:30||Marcus Pivato, Trent
Crystallographic Defects in Cellular Automata
|4:30-5:00||Allan Willms, University
A Dynamic System for Real-Time Robot Path Planning
After the workshop we plan a dinner at Spuntini Restaurant.
We look forward to a fruitful participation from all attendees. We hope that this event, besides dissemination of knowledge, will provide a new step towards exciting future research projects, and will offer an opportunity to younger researchers, graduate students and postdoctoral fellows to present their work to the mathematical community.