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===Caglar Uyanik (UW Madison)===
 
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''Dynamics on currents and applications to free group automorphisms''
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Currents are measure theoretic generalizations of conjugacy classes on free groups, and play an important role in various low-dimensional geometry questions. I will talk about the dynamics of certain "generic" elements of Out(F) on the space of currents, and explain how it reflects on the algebraic structure of the group.
  
TBA.
 
  
 
===Michelle Chu (UIC)===
 
===Michelle Chu (UIC)===

Revision as of 12:25, 10 September 2021

The Dynamics seminar meets in room 901 of Van Vleck Hall on Mondays from 2:30pm - 3:20pm. To sign up for the mailing list send an email from your wisc.edu address to dynamics+join@g-groups.wisc.edu. For more information, contact Caglar Uyanik or Chenxi Wu.

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Fall 2021

date speaker title host(s)
Sep. 13 Nate Fisher (UW Madison) "Boundaries, random walks, and nilpotent groups" local
Sep. 20 Caglar Uyanik (UW Madison) "Dynamics on currents and applications to free group automorphisms" local
Sep. 27 Michelle Chu (UIC) "TBA" caglar
Oct. 4 Osama Khalil (Utah) "TBA" caglar
Oct. 11 Open TBA
Oct. 18 Open TBA
Oct. 25 Open TBA
Nov. 1 Open TBA
Nov. 8 Jayadev Athreya (UW-Seattle)tbc TBA caglar and grace
Nov. 15 Open TBA
Nov. 22 Jonah Gaster (UWM) TBA caglar
Dec. 6 Matt Clay (Arkansas) tbc TBA caglar

Abstracts

Nate Fisher (UW Madison)

Boundaries, random walks, and nilpotent groups

In this talk, we will discuss boundaries and random walks in the Heisenberg group. We will discuss a class of sub-Finsler metrics on the Heisenberg group which arise as the asymptotic cones of word metrics on the integer Heisenberg group and describe new results on the boundaries of these polygonal sub-Finsler metrics. After that, we will explore experimental work to examine the asymptotic behavior of random walks in this group. Parts of this work are joint with Sebastiano Nicolussi Golo.

Caglar Uyanik (UW Madison)

Dynamics on currents and applications to free group automorphisms

Currents are measure theoretic generalizations of conjugacy classes on free groups, and play an important role in various low-dimensional geometry questions. I will talk about the dynamics of certain "generic" elements of Out(F) on the space of currents, and explain how it reflects on the algebraic structure of the group.


Michelle Chu (UIC)

TBA

TBA.

Osama Khalil (Utah)

TBA

TBA.

Jonah Gaster (UWM)

TBA

TBA.



Archive of past Dynamics seminars

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