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Lecture 1 - Quasi-periodic solutions in dynamical systems and their role in global dynamics, 2011-06-20, Rafael de la Llave  (University of Texas at Austin)
Lecture 1 - Normally Hyperbolic Invariant Manifolds: Existence, Persistence, Approximation, and Their Applications, 2011-06-20, Peter Bates  (Michigan State University)
Lecture 2 - Quasi-periodic solutions in dynamical systems and their role in global dynamics, 2011-06-20, Rafael de la Llave  (University of Texas at Austin)
Lecture 1 - Automatic differentiation methods in computational dynamical systems: invariant manifolds and normal forms, 2011-06-20, Àlex Haro Provinciale  (University of Barcelona)
Lecture 3 - Quasi-periodic solutions in dynamical systems and their role in global dynamics, 2011-06-21, Rafael de la Llave  (University of Texas at Austin)
Lecture 2 - Normally Hyperbolic Invariant Manifolds: Existence, Persistence, Approximation, and Their Applications, 2011-06-21, Peter Bates  (Michigan State University)
Lecture 3 - Normally Hyperbolic Invariant Manifolds: Existence, Persistence, Approximation, and Their Applications, 2011-06-21, Peter Bates  (Michigan State University)
Ensemble Dynamics and Bred Vectors, 2011-06-21, George Sell  (University of Minnesota)
Lecture 1 -Computation of limit cycles and their isochrons: Applications to biology, 2011-06-22, Gemma Huguet  (Centre de Recerca Matemàtica)
Lecture 4 - Normally Hyperbolic Invariant Manifolds: Existence, Persistence, Approximation, and Their Applications, 2011-06-22, Peter Bates  (Michigan State University)
Lecture 4 - Quasi-periodic solutions in dynamical systems and their role in global dynamics, 2011-06-22, Rafael de la Llave  (University of Texas at Austin)
Lecture 5 - Quasi-periodic solutions in dynamical systems and their role in global dynamics, 2011-06-22, Rafael de la Llave  (University of Texas at Austin)
Lecture 6 - Quasi-periodic solutions in dynamical systems and their role in global dynamics, 2011-06-23, Rafael de la Llave  (University of Texas at Austin)
Lecture 5 - Normally Hyperbolic Invariant Manifolds: Existence, Persistence, Approximation, and Their Applications, 2011-06-23, Peter Bates  (Michigan State University)
Lecture 6 - Normally Hyperbolic Invariant Manifolds: Existence, Persistence, Approximation, and Their Applications, 2011-06-24, Peter Bates  (Michigan State University)
Lecture 7 - Quasi-periodic solutions in dynamical systems and their role in global dynamics, 2011-06-24, Rafael de la Llave  (University of Texas at Austin)
Lecture 2 - Automatic differentiation methods in computational dynamical systems: invariant manifolds and normal forms, 2011-06-24, Alex Haro Provinciale  (University of Barcelona)
Lecture 7 - Normally Hyperbolic Invariant Manifolds: Existence, Persistence, Approximation, and Their Applications, 2011-06-24, Peter Bates  (Michigan State University)
Lecture 8 - Quasi-periodic solutions in dynamical systems and their role in global dynamics, 2011-06-27, Rafael de la Llave  (University of Texas at Austin)
Lecture 8 - Normally Hyperbolic Invariant Manifolds: Existence, Persistence, Approximation, and Their Applications, 2011-06-27, Peter W. Bates  (Michigan State University)
Lecture 2 - Computation of limit cycles and their isochrons: Applications to biology, 2011-06-27, Gemma Huguet  (Centre de Recerca Matemàtica)
Lecture 3 - Automatic differentiation methods in computational dynamical systems: invariant manifolds and normal forms, 2011-06-27, Àlex Haro Provinciale  (University of Barcelona)
Lecture 9 - Quasi-periodic solutions in dynamical systems and their role in global dynamics, 2011-06-28, Rafael de la Llave  (University of Texas at Austin)
Lecture 9 - Normally Hyperbolic Invariant Manifolds: Existence, Persistence, Approximation, and Their Applications, 2011-06-28, Peter W. Bates  (Michigan State University)
Lecture 3 - Numerical implementation of computations of invariant tori in Hamiltonian systems, 2011-06-28, Gemma Huguet  (Centre de Recerca Matemàtica)
Lecture 1 - Space Mission Design with Dynamical Systems Theory, 2011-06-28, Martin Wen-Yu Lo  (National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA))
Lecture 2 - Space Mission Design with Dynamical Systems Theory, 2011-06-29, Martin Lo  (National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA))
Exchange lemmas, 2011-06-29, Stephen Schecter  (North Carolina State University)
Loss of normal hyperbolicity, 2011-06-30, Stephen schecter  (North Carolina State University)
Lyapunov exponents, periodic orbits, and horseshoes for semiflows on Hilbert space, 2011-06-30, Zeng Lian  (New York University)
Nonlinear Landau damping and inviscid damping, 2011-06-30, Zhiwu Lin  (Georgia Institute of Technology)
Small solutions of nonlinear Schrodinger equations near first excited states, 2011-06-30, Tuoc Van Phan  (University of Tennessee)
Conditional Stability Theorems for Special Solutions of Nonlinear PDEs, 2011-06-30, Milena Stanislavova  (University of Kansas)
Stable and unstable manifolds for bisemigroups, 2011-06-30, Mohamed Sami ElBialy  (University of Toledo)
Generalized cyclic feedback system for the biomedical interaction network, 2011-06-30, Guang-Tsai Lei  (GTG Research)
Numerical Fourier analysis of quasi-periodic functions, 2011-06-30, Jose-Maria Mondelo  (Autonomous University of Barcelona)
Differential equations with multiple lags, 2011-07-01, Gabor Kiss  (University of Exeter)
Numerical study of regularity of functions related to critical objects, 2011-07-01, Nikola Petrov  (University of Oklahoma)
Breakup of an invariant circle in a noninvertible map of the plane, 2011-07-01, Bruce Peckham  (University of Minnesota)
Some observations from computations of the Kohn-M\"{u}ller model, 2011-07-01, Benson Muite  (University of Michigan)
Central Configurations of the N-body problem., 2011-07-01, Zhifu Xie  (Virginia State University)
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