University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia
February 14 - February 18, 2005
Algebraic Dynamics is broadly taken to be the intersection
of dynamical systems with algebra, number theory and geometry.
The goal of this
workshop is twofold: to bring people from neighbouring research areas
in algebraic dynamics together for a fruitful exchange of ideas and
to introduce some exciting new developments in algebraic
dynamics to the Australian mathematics community including
To attend, please email the organizers: your name and affiliation, your
research interests, your contact details. By post, mail the
registration form and pay the appropriate registration fee
(see below). If you wish to be considered for a
contributed talk (20-30 minutes duration), also email a title, abstract and
1-page CV (applications for contributed talks must
arrive by Friday, January 14, 2005). Participants are asked to make
their own accommodation and travel arrangements (a list of hotels that
provide a UNSW special rate is provided below).
We are particularly keen to attract graduate students and younger
researchers to the workshop. All invited speakers' talks will have a
substantial pedagogical component. The registration fee can be waived
for graduate students upon application. Through the generous support of AMSI,
we can offer limited travel and accommodation support for Australian
graduate students or early-career postdoctoral researchers. To apply, please
email the organizers your details as above, send us a short CV
and have your supervisor also email us in support of your application.
Registration fee for the workshop before December 24, 2004: $110
Registration fee for the workshop after December 24,
To pay the registration fee: please download and complete the
registration form (pdf) and send it to the
address given on the form.