- Program and Abstracts is ready: The final (printed) version of Program and Abstracts is posted online at https://aimsciences.org/conferences/2016/index.html. The program Addendum is also posted on the same webpage and will be updated regularly.
- For our participants who are not staying in Hyatt Regence Orlando will offer free day-time parking in its parking deck during the conference time. Please login to your account to fill out the form by June 15 and we will ask the hotel to provide you special tickets for free parking. The detail information will be provided later.
- Airport Transportation: Suggestion for Airport Transportation: Travel and Local Info.
- Preparation for your lectures/posters: Instructions for oral and poster presentations .
Registration Desk Schedule
Thursday, 6/30: 1:30 PM – 6:00PM;
Friday, 7/1 – Monday, 7/4: 8:00AM – 5:00 PM;
Tuesday, 7/5: 8:00AM – 12:00 PM
The 11th AIMS Conference on Dynamical Systems,
Differential Equations and Applications
July 1 - July 5, 2016,
Orlando, Florida, USA
|Suncica Canic (USA)
||Alessio Figalli (USA)
||Irene Fonseca (USA)
||Michael Ghil (USA)
|Martin Hairer (UK)
||Anatole Katok (USA)
||Wei-Ming Ni (USA)
||Stan Osher (USA)
|Hal Smith (USA)
||Gang Tian (China)
|Shouchuan Hu (chair) email@example.com
|| Alain Miranville
|Xin Lu (chair) firstname.lastname@example.org
| Yaw Chang
|| Michael Freeze
| Jonathan Rowell
|Beth Casper (Administrative Assistant)
Plenary invited lectures(50-minute), special sessions (30-minute talk/discussion), contributed sessions (20-minute talk/discussion), and poster sessions. Student paper Competition.
Pure and applied analysis, including differential equations and dynamical systems, in the broadest sense. Applications to real-world problems, including chemical, economical, engineering, physical, environmental, and life sciences, in the forms of modeling, computations and simulation.
The American Institute of Mathematical Sciences
The University of North Carolina Wilmington
The Conference aims to promote, encourage, and influence more cooperation, understanding, and collaboration among scientists working in dynamical systems, differential equations and applications.