MS8 ~ Sunday, May 21, 1995 ~ 2:30 PM

Dynamics and Symmetry

The speakers in this minisymposium concentrate on the mathematical aspects of new types of dynamics that appear generically in equations with symmetry. They will discuss symmetry of chaotic attractors, the ways in which chaotic attractors lose stability, and the spatial dependence of temporal dynamics.

Organizer: Martin Golubitsky, University of Houston

Admissible Symmetry Increasing Bifurcations
Michael Dellnitz, UniversitĄt Hamburg, Germany
Systems of Coupled Cells with Internal Symmetries
Martin Golubitsky, Organizer
Chaotic Dynamics with Continuous Symmetry
Ian Melbourne, University of Houston
Bubbling and Synchronization of Chaotic Oscillators
Ian Stewart, University of Warwick, United Kingdom