Tutorial sessions (Friday, March 15):
Rafael de la LlaveGeorgia Institute of TechnologyThe theory of quasi-periodic motions (KAM theory): rigorous and computational aspects
John Mallet-ParetBrown UniversityDynamics of delay differential equations
Konstantin MischaikowRutgers UniversityComputational topology and dynamics
George Sell University of MinnesotaDynamics of partial differential equations


Hale memorial lecturer:
Geneviève Raugel CNRS and Universite Paris-Sud (France) Local and global stability, Kupka-Smale and Morse-Smale properties: from finite to infinite dimensional dynamical systems


Plenary invited speakers:
Andrea Bertozzi University of California at Los Angeles (USA)Crime modeling or cooperative motion/swarming
Alexandre CarvalhoUniversity of São Paulo (Brazil)Recent developments on parabolic partial differential equations
Magnus EgerstedtGeorgia Institute of Technology (USA) Distributed control of multi-robot systems: From local rules to global properties
Giorgio Fusco University of L'Aquila (Italy)N-body problem
Melissa KempBiomedical Engineering,
Georgia Institute of Technology (USA)
Biomedical modeling and systems biology
Weishi Liu University of Kansas (USA)Singular perturbations in ODEs with applications
Roger Nussbaum Rutgers University (USA) Delay differential equations
Evelyn Sander George Mason University (USA)Period-doubling cascades and biological modeling
Bjorn Sandstede Brown University (USA) Dynamics of nonlinear waves and applications
Wenxian Shen Auburn University (USA) Stochastic differential equations
Hans-Otto Walther University of Giessen (Germany) Functional differential equations
Sijue Wu University of Michigan (USA) Water waves
Invited Speakers