The workshop focuses on the recent developments of geometric measure theory, dimension theory of dynamical systems, the geometry of random and deterministic fractals, and related topics. It also provides an ideal occasion to discuss the new directions of the research, to exchange ideas, and to evolve new collaborations. The workshop is dedicated to celebrating the 60+1st birthday of Károly Simon.
Károly Simon is a mathematics professor at the Budapest University of Technology and Economics (BME). Currently, he is the head of the Department of Stochastics at BME and holds a temporary professorship at Alfréd Rényi Institute of Mathematics. He is internationally acclaimed for his contributions in dynamical systems, fractal geometry, and geometric measure theory. Besides influencing through his theoretical results, he also puts great emphasis and detail on passing on his knowledge whether it be a talk to experts in the field, a minicourse for postgraduates or a module for undergraduates. Anyone can attest to this who has heard him speak about mathematics in his trademark energetic style using two projectors and additional blackboards. The fractal and the broader dynamical systems community is very pleased to have Károly and wish him all the best and would like to thank all his dedication and contribution on the occasion of his 60(+1)-th birthday.
|Monday, 27th June||Tuesday, 28th June||Wednesday, 29th June||Thursday, 30th June||Friday, 1st July|
|9:00 - 12:00||Opening remarks
and research talks
|Research talks||Research talks||Research talks||Research talks
and closing remarks
|12:00 - 14:30||Lunch break||Lunch break||Trip to Székesfehérvár||Lunch break|
|14:30 - 16:30||Research talks||Research talks||Talks of Károly's
former PhD student
|17:00 - 20:00|| Networking event,
Celebrating Károly's Birthday
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How to apply?
The Conference takes place between 27 June and 1 July 2022
Research talks take place each day from Monday to Friday between 9:00-12:00 and on Monday and Tuesday between 14:30-16:30.
The closing ceremony will be held on Friday, a trip to Székesfehérvár will take place on Wednesday.
The Conference on Geometry of Deterministic and Random Fractals takes place in Budapest, the capital and the most populous city of Hungary, and the tenth-largest city in the European Union by population within city limits.
More specifically, the venue of the conference is located at Building H of the Faculty of Natural Sciences, Budapest University of Technology and Economics.
For those who are interested, please register by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please, let us know in your mail whether you would like to give a 20 minutes short talk at the workshop.
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