2016 Summer School on Fractal Geometry and Complex Dimensions


Timetable
Maps:
Monday, June 20
Participants arrive.

Tuesday, June 21
9:00-10:00am: Registration.
The registration table will be located in the main foyer of the Baker Center for Science and Mathematics (Building 180). This area is in the middle of the building on the ground floor (which is Floor 2 due to the slope of the hill here). It is just inside the doors from the bench where you will find Albert Einstein.

Morning:
Student-oriented introductory lectures and workshops.
Plenary talk by Ben Hambly.

Afternoon:
Student-oriented introductory lectures and workshops.
Plenary talk by Marc Keßeböhmer

5:00-6:00pm: Public lecture.

"Fractal Transformations"
Michael Barnsley (Australian National University, Australia)
Baker Center (180-101)

Wednesday, June 22
Morning:
Mini-course on Quasicrystals (Alan Haynes), Part 1.
Mini-course on Complex Dimensions (Michel Lapidus), Part 1.

Afternoon:
Parallel sessions – research communications presented by:
Andrea Arauza, Hendrik Weyer, Jamie Walton, Scott Roby, Bing Li, Raphael Reyna.

4:00-6:00pm: Poster Session in 21-KTYG.

Thursday, June 23
Morning:
Parallel sessions – research communications presented by:
Daniel Kelleher, Miguel Landeros, Joe Chen, Alexander Henderson, Lulu Fang, Maja Resman.

Mini-course on Quasicrystals (Alan Haynes), Part 2.
Afternoon:
Plenary lecture by Kenneth Falconer.
Plenary lecture by Sasha Teplyaev.
6:00-9:00pm: Cultural event (SLO Farmer's Market).
Friday, June 24
Morning:
Mini-course on Quasicrystals (Alan Haynes), Part 3.
Mini-course on Complex Dimensions (Michel Lapidus), Part 2.
Afternoon:
Plenary lecture by Michael Barnsley.
Open Problem Session
4:00-9:00pm: Cultural event (Avila Beach Street Fair).
Saturday, June 25
Morning:
Mini-course on Analysis on Fractals (Uta Freiberg), Part 1.
Plenary lecture by Sabrina Kombrink.
Afternoon:
Parallel sessions – research communications presented by:
Elias Hauser, Bochen Liu, Stefan Kohl, Goran Radunovic, Sean Watson, David Carfí.

Special session:
Christoph Bandt.

Special session:
Marc Kitofee.

5:00-6:00pm: Public lecture.
"Why should one define a Laplacian on fractals and how can it be done"
Uta Freiberg (Universität Stuttgart, Germany)
Baker Center (180-101).

7:00pm: Conference Dinner.
At Café Roma (1020 Railroad Ave, San Luis Obispo).

Sunday, June 26
Cultural events only; no official conference activities.
Excursions to Montana de Oro bluff trail, Morro Bay/Morro Rock, and the Cathedral Tree.

6:30-7:30pm: Cultural Event (Piano Concert — David Carfí)
At the Monday Club (1815 Monterey St., San Luis Obispo).
Doors open at 5:45pm. Refreshments to follow.
The Monday Club is easy walking distance from Lexington Inn or Downtown:
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Monday, June 27
Morning:
Plenary lecture by Machiel van Frankenhuijsen.
Mini-course on Complex Dimensions (Michel Lapidus), Part 3.
Afternoon:
Plenary lecture by Carl Pomerance.
Special sessions:
Mits Kobayashi, Sascha Troscheit.

Problem session on Quasicrystals with Alan Haynes.
Tuesday, June 28
Morning:
Mini-course on Analysis on Fractals (Uta Freiberg), Part 2.
Plenary lecture by Kurt Falk.
Afternoon:
Plenary lecture Martina Zähle.
Special session:
Jun Jie Miao.

Parallel sessions – research communications presented by:
Marc Rauch, Konstantinos Tsougkas.

Problem session on Complex Dimensions with Michel Lapidus.
Wednesday, June 29
Mini-course on Analysis on Fractals (Uta Freiberg), Part 3.
Plenary lecture by Jun Kigami.
Afternoon:
Special session:
Steffen Winter.

Parallel sessions – research communications presented by:
Robert Niemeyer, Domagoj Vlah, Edward Voskanian, Yuki Takahashi, Benedikt Munz, David Nguyen.

Problem session on Analysis on Fractals with Uta Freiberg.