Topological Theory of Fixed
and Periodic Points
Topological Theory of Fixed
22-28 July 2007
The Mathematical Research and Conference Center, Będlewo, Poland
The aim of the conference is to give the opportunity to present recent achievements and exchange new ideas in the field of fixed and periodic point theory. The conference continues the tradition of the earlier conferences and workshops, devoted to the similar subjects, such as TMNA Będlewo 2001, TVMNA'03 Będlewo 2003; and Nielsen Number and Related Topics, Sao Paolo 1999, St John's, Newfoundland 2004.
Scientific Committee :
Organising Committee: Grzegorz Graff,
secretary, (PG, Gdańsk), Jerzy Jezierski (SGGW, Warsaw),
Wojciech Kryszewski (UMK, Toruń), Wacław Marzantowicz (UAM, Poznań).
Adam Mickiewicz University (UAM), Mathematical Institute of
Polish Academy of Sciences (IMPAN), Polish Mathematical Society (PTM), Gdansk University of Technology (PG), Nicolaus Copernicus University (UMK).
List of participants
Payment in euros:
Name of account holder: Instytut Matematyczny PAN
Name and the address of the bank:
Bank BPH Spółka Akcyjna Oddział w Warszawie Krucza 24/26, 00-950 Warszawa, Polska
SWIFT code: BPHKPLPK
Account number: PL 11 1060 0076 0000 3210 0010 6203
Details of payment: TTFPP2007 and participant's name.
Platnosc w zlotowkach:
Wlasciciel konta: Instytut Matematyczny PAN
Nazwa banku i adres: Bank BPH, ul. Aleja Pokoju 1 31-548 Kraków
Numer rachunku: 06 1060 0076 0000 4110 5000 0906
Szczegoly platnosci: TTFPP2007 i nazwisko uczestnika
I. Classical (Lefschetz and Nielsen) theories of fixed points. New results in the theory of coincidence, fixed point theorems for some classes of infinite dimensional maps, fixed point theorems for different classes of multi-valued maps.
II. Lefschetz and Nielsen periodic point theories: description of minimal periods of maps of some special manifolds (nil- and solvmanifolds), minimalization of the number of periodic points in a homotopy class and a smooth homotopy class, zeta-type functions connected with numerical invariants in periodic point.
III. Low dimensional discrete dynamical systems and periodic point theory. Fixed point index and fixed point indices of iterations, Conley index methods, applications to differential equations.
IV. Theory of fixed and periodic points of symplectic maps: methods and theorems connected with Arnold conjecture and its version for diffeomorphisms (equivariant Schnirelman-Lusternik theory), methods of infinite dimensional Morse and Conley index theory, billiard theory (including multidimensional theory).
V. Applications of methods of theory of smooth dynamical systems in periodic point theory: connections with topological entropy, Hamiltonian maps.
Abstracts: The organizers plan sessions consisting of 40 min. invited lectures and parallel sessions consisting of 30 min. contributed talks. We kindly request all participants who are going to give a talk to submit their abstracts at Abstracts submission page before May 30, 2007. The abstracts may be seen at: Accepted abstracts
Contact: If you have any questions
please contact dr Grzegorz Graff, the secretary of the conference, preferably by
e-mail at the addresses: email@example.com or by ordinary mail: Grzegorz
Graff, Gdansk University of Technology, Dep. Applied Physics and Mathematics,
ul. Narutowicza 11/12, 80-952 Gdańsk, POLAND, by fax: +48 58 347-28-21, by
telephone: +48 58 3472249.