Dmitry Treschev, Steklov Mathematical Institute & Lomonosov Moscow State University
Vladislav Sidorenko, Keldysh Institute of Applied Mathematics & Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology
Tatiana Salnikova, Lomonosov Moscow State University
Co-organizers: Steklov Mathematical Institute, Lomonosov Moscow State University
Omega Sirius Hotel, 'Turin' Conference Hall
The program of the conference covers three areas of mathematical activity, inspired by the problems of classical and celestial mechanics: the search for integrable models, the development of perturbation techniques for studying systems that are close to integrable, and the investigation of dynamical chaos. We intend to deal with both the consideration of general concepts and the analysis of specific problems. But our goal is not just to review the achievements of recent years. We would like to understand how the models traditionally studied by mathematicians relate to the models that space physicists are now trying to build in order to explain new astronomical discoveries. For this reason, we provide several review talks by leading experts in modern celestial mechanics, in the dynamics of stellar systems, and in the dynamics of cosmic particles.
We expect fruitful contacts between the people from the dynamical systems community and specialists involved in the study of mathematical models of dynamical processes in space physics. The event should stimulate interaction between these fields, generate new directions of research, build new collaborations, and design new applications of the theory of dynamical systems. Also, we aim to involve young researchers and graduate students in this line of research.
Please note that all the participants must have a valid COVID-19 vaccination certificate.