The Visegrad1 Conference

"Dynamical Systems, Prague 2005", 17 - 24 July

Second announcement

Organizers: Czech Technical University in Prague; Charles University in Prague

Conference Board:

Conference Topics: topological dynamics, universality, factors, extensions and embeddings, entropy, symbolic dynamics

Invited Speakers: Bohuslav Balcar (Prague), François Blanchard (Marseille), Tomasz Downarowicz (Wroclaw), Eli Glasner (Tel Aviv), Feliks Przytycki (Warsaw)

List of participants includes: F. Balibrea, H. Bruin, V. Jimenez, S. Kolyada, J. Kwiatkowski, G. Levin, A. Maass, M. Megrelishvili, M. Mentzen, M. Misiurewicz, K. Petersen, P. Raith, K. Simon, J. Smítal, L. Snoha, K. Thomsen.

Schedule: The conference will be held at the Faculty of Civil Engineering of the Czech Technical University in Prague. The conference will start on Monday July 18 at 8:50 a.m. and finish on Friday July 22. Five one hour invited lectures, a number of half an hour talks and twenty minute contributed talks are planned. The talks will be allocated at the recommendations from the Conference Board.

Call for Papers: No proceedings of the conference are planned. However, papers based on lectures and refereed by usual procedure can be published as a special issue of Commentationes Mathematicae Universitatis Carolinae (reviewed by MR). The speakers of the conference are invited to submit their papers before October 31, 2005.

Conference Fee: The conference fee 120,- Euro will be due at registration. It includes services, meals, social party, and refreshment.

Accommodation: A limited number of rooms will be available at:

A cheaper accommodation in student dormitories (around 25,- Euro/night/person)

All participants registered before April 15 can be accommodated in the housing facilities listed above. The details will be communicated by e-mail.

Support: A limited amount of support will be available to graduate students from the Visegrad countries. To apply, contact the organizers at the email address below.

Address: J. Bobok, KM FSv CVUT, Thákurova 7, 166 29 Praha 6, Czechia;

1) Visegrad is a regional group of Czechia, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia. Our conference will be partially supported by the International Visegrad Fund.

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