Holomorphic dynamics in one and several complex variables, small divisor problems, continued fractions, measured foliations.
- cohomological equations, in particular arithmetical and geometrical conditions related to (generalized) interval exchange maps.
- computational aspects of transfer operator approximations both per se and as applications to counting functions
- holomorphic dynamics in one and several complex variables, focusing on behaviour near non-hyperbolic fixed point.
- invariant manifolds and quasi-periodic flows in Hamiltonian and non Hamiltonian systems in finite and infinite dimension, with applications to celestial mechanics and weak KAM theory.
- statistical properties through spectral theory, both in parabolic and hyperbolic cases.
Due to the size and the number of our current research projects, if you want to know more follow the links to our team members and write to us!
Math related links.
- The Dynamical Systems Group at Suny Stony Brook.
- The dynamical systems section of the XXX archive.
- Dynamical systems page at PSU
- Dynamical systems page at Boston University.
- The web page of Curtis Mc Mullen
- Mather's fest
- The Centro di Ricerca Matematica Ennio De Giorgi
- The Scuola Normale Superiore
- The Department of Mathematics
- The Sant'Anna School of Advanced Studies
- Dinamical Systems at the SNS
- Calculus of Variations and Geometric Measure Theory
- The city of Pisa (click here if you want to see a map)
- Pratical information (lodging, transportation, etc.)
Math libraries in Pisa
- The Library of the Departments of Mathematics, Phisics and Computer Science.
You may search the catalogue with ALEPH ( or click here if you have a non-grafic browser).
- The library of the SNS (click here to search the catalogue).
- The Library of the Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna.
- With IMATLIB you may search on the catalogues of different libraries.
Some more math links