Women in Dynamical Systems & Ergodic Theory

Women in Dynamical Systems & Ergodic Theory



Women in Dynamical Systems & Ergodic Theory

The purpose of the event is to promote women and gender minorities working on Dynamical Systems and Ergodic Theory: the speakers will consist of women and non-binary people whereas all genders are welcome to attend the conference. The topic will cover different aspects of dynamical systems and ergodic theory such as e.g.  homogeneous  dynamics,  statistical  properties,  numeration  systems,  Diophantine  approximation,  Teichmüller theory and give connections to other mathematical areas, e.g. to  geometry, number theory and logic.

The target audience would particularly be young researchers who want to explore different research directions within the broad field of dynamical systems and ergodic theory but also more senior ones, wanting to broaden their research by getting connections to research areas which so far don’t lie in their core research field. Indeed, we will also have contributed talks and posters by younger researchers.

Confirmed Speakers

  • Shabnam Akhtari - Pennsylvania State University
  • Valérie Berthé - CNRS, Université Paris Cité
  • Nguyen-Thi Dang - Universitè Paris-Saclay
  • Tatjana Eisner - University of Leipzig
  • Samantha Fairchild - Max Planck Institute
  • Cecilia Gonzalez-Tokman - The University of Queensland
  • Natalia Jurga - University of St Andrews
  • Charlene Kalle - Leiden University
  • Seonhee Lim - Seoul National University
  • Michela Procesi - Università di Roma Tre
  • Alexandra Skripchenko - HSE University
  • Dalia Terhesiu - Leiden University
  • Zhenqi Wang - Michigan State University

Organizing Committee

  • Ursula Hamenstädt - Universität Bonn
  • Hee Oh - Yale University
  • María Alejandra Rodriguez Hertz - SUSTech
  • Corinna Ulcigrai - University of Zurich
  • Amie Wilkinson - University of Chicago


  • Ayreena Bakhtawar - Scuola Normale Superiore
  • Carlo Carminati - Università di Pisa
  • Tanja Schindler - Jagiellonian University

Please note that for organizational purposes, registration is mandatory.

Partially supported by the project PRIN 2022 "Stochastic properties of dynamical systems”.