Partial Hyperbolicity

May 8, 2023 - May 12, 2023


University of Maryland
Penn State University
University of Chicago

Partial Hyperbolicity introduced about 50 years ago provides a powerful tool for studying high dimensional systems. In the recent year it found powerful applications to chaos theory, rigidity theory, geometry, and number theory. The goal of the conference is to summarize the achievement of partial hyperbolicity theory and discuss open problems. The conference will also include a special session on the history of hyperbolic dynamics. This conference is a part of special program on partial hyperbolicity which will also include the school at the beginning of June. This workshop is a part of tranditional Maryland-Penn State dynamics meetings which are held twice a year since 1991.


  • Christian Bonatti, Universite de Bourgogne
  • Aaron Brown, Northwestern University
  • Sylvain Crovisier, Universite Paris-Saclay
  • Jonathan deWitt, University of Maryland
  • Andrei Gogolev, Ohio State University
  • Jana Rodriguez Hertz, Southern University of Science and Technology, Shenzhen, China
  • Boris Kalinin, Penn State University
  • Cristina Lizana, Universidade Federal da Bahia, El Salvador
  • Sheldon Newhouse, Michigan State University
  • Davi Obata, University of Chicago
  • Yakov Pesin, Penn State University
  • Rafael Potrie, CMAT, Uruguay
  • Raul Ures, Southern University of Science and Technology, Shenzhen, China
  • Kurt Vinhage, University of Utah
  • Zhenqi Wang, Michigan State University
  • Khadim War, IMPA, Brazil
  • Amie Wilkinson, University of Chicago
  • Fan Yang, Michigan State University
  • Zhiyuan Zhang, Universitat Paris 13