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Special Events

HAPPENING VIRTUALLY: SIAM Conference on Applications of Dynamical Systems (DS21)

Special Events

Featured Minisymposia

Prizes and Special Lectures

J. D. Crawford Prize
Igor Mezic, University of California, Santa Barbara, U.S.

Scheduling Details

J├╝rgen Moser Lecture
Lai-Sang Young, Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, New York University, U.S.

Scheduling Details

Red Sock Award
Exploring Wild Chaos in a 3D H\'enon-Like Map
Dana CJulio, Hinke M. Osinga, and Bernd Krauskopf, University of Auckland, New Zealand
Insulin Action Models Applied to Glycerol and Glucose Yield Different Dynamics
Griffin S. Hampton and Kai Bartlette, Colorado School of Mines, U.S.; Kristen Nadeau and Melanie Cree-Green, University of Colorado, U.S.; Cecilia Diniz Behn, Colorado School of Mines, U.S.
Folded Homoclinic Bifurcations
Morgan Meertens, University of Auckland, New Zealand; Mathieu Desroches, Inria Sophia Antipolis, France; Vivien Kirk and Claire M. Postlethwaite, University of Auckland, New Zealand
Simulating Bird Flocks using a Distributed Declarative Model Interactively with Webgl
Maxfield R. Comstock and Abouzar Kaboudian, Georgia Institute of Technology, U.S.; Radu Grosu, Vienna University of Technology, Austria; Scott Smolka, Stony Brook University, U.S.; Flavio H. Fenton and Elizabeth M. Cherry, Georgia Institute of Technology, U.S.
Geometric Singular Perturbation Analysis of the Multi-Timescale Hodgkin-Huxley Equations
Panagiotis Kaklamanos and Nikola Popovic, University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom; Kristian Uldall Kristiansen, Technical University of Denmark, Denmark
A Family of Non-Monotonic Toral Mixing Maps
Joe Myers Hill, Rob Sturman, and Mark Wilson, University of Leeds, United Kingdom

Mentoring Event Sessions

As part of the virtual program, there will be two mentorship sessions (Session I) and (Session II) for graduate students, postdocs, faculty, and career scientists, with a focus on supporting a diverse and inclusive environment. Through breakout discussions, we hope to foster a welcoming atmosphere for meeting other conference attendees. We plan to split participants into groups focused on different topics, such as thriving in academia at various stages, pursuing careers in industry, supporting work-life balance, and navigating academia as a member and/or ally of underrepresented groups. All are welcome to participate, and we hope that this event will build community virtually and facilitate discussions during the conference.

Please indicate if you would like to participate in this event, either as a mentee or a mentor, during the pre-registration process. You will then be provided with a short survey later on that will help us identify topics of interest and assign groups.

Korana Burke (University of California, Davis, U.S.)
Claire M. Postlethwaite (University of Auckland, New Zealand)
Mary Silber (University of Chicago, U.S.)
Alexandria Volkening (Northwestern University, U.S.)