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Classical and weak KAM theorem: the Aubry-Mather sets a break-through in the study of dynamical systems.
Montegrotto-Terme (Padova, Italy) - February 14-19, 2010
Home page: http://events.math.unipd.it/wkam/
KAM theory has recently known a new development, known as the so called weak KAM theory. Such theory has been developed in the framework of the partial derivatives equations (PDE) within the study of the weak solutions of the Hamilton-Jacobi equation. The aim of this workshop is to establish a bridge between physicists and mathematicians working on dynamical systems and the classical KAM theorem with mathematicians working on the weak KAM theory. The workshop will host plenary talks concerning the different aspects of KAM theory (classical, weak, numerical applications) as well as shorter communications. Students and young researchers are especially welcome.
Patrick Bernard (Univ. de Paris Dauphine) "Aubry-Mather sets: the theory".
Alessandra Celletti (Univ. of Rome Tor Vergata) "The parameterization of invariant sets and the KAM theorem".
Christos Efthymiopoulos (Univ. of Athens) "Aubry-Mather sets: numerical computations".
Maurizio Falcone (Univ. of Rome, La Sapienza) "Numerical studies of Aubry-Mather sets: PDE approaches".
Albert Fathi (Ecole Normale Superieure de Lyon) "The weak KAM theorem".
Antonio Giorgilli (Univ. of Milan) "The Kolmogorov-Arnold-Moser theorem".
Massimiliano Guzzo (Univ. of Padova) "The KAM theorem and the dynamics of deterministic systems".
Elena Lega (Obs Cote d'Azur, CNRS) "The contribution of numerical tools to the study of the dynamics of deterministic systems".
Antonio Siconolfi (Univ. of Rome, La Sapienza) "Weak KAM theory for quasi-convex Hamiltonians".
The number of places in the conference room is limited, therefore it is mandatory to register to the meeting and to pay the registration fees in the due time.
Elena Lega (Observatoire de la Cote d'Azur, CNRS)
Massimiliano Guzzo (Department of Mathematics P. and A., University of Padova)
Claude Froeschle' (Observatoire de la Cote d'Azur, CNRS)
Franco Cardin (Department of Mathematics P. and A., University of Padova)
Rif. int. M. Guzzo