How long are the regular talks? I forget.
Would you be interested in a talk on how we found functions for the coloring
book? It isn't deep, but it does cover some ground in complex dynamics. It is
partly related to the talk I gave there before, but only partly related.
Anyway, let me know if that is of interest. I'm doing an undergrad talk on it
this weekend in Texas that is 50 minutes, and I could take out the most basic
parts to shorten to whatever length you would want. But, again, it isn't
Let me know what you think.
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Subject: [cdynsys] Carolina Dynamics Symposium Information
Please see below for updated information about the 2018 Carolina Dynamics
Date and Location: April 13-15, 2018 at Agnes Scott College in Decatur
The conference will begin with an undergraduate colloquium talk Friday
afternoon, continue with research talks Saturday (and a conference dinner that
night), and conclude with more research talks Sunday morning, ending before
Sarah Day (will also give an invited talk on Saturday or Sunday)
Registration: Please CLICK
Accommodations: We have booked a block of rooms at the Courtyard Marriott in
downtown Decatur. Follow this
to make a reservation by March 23. You can also call
404-371-0204<tel:(404)%20371-0204> to make a reservation with group name
"Carolina Dynamics." Additional hotel information, including an alternative
hotel, is available on the website.
Additional Talks: As usual, we are inviting talks from all participants. If you
would like to give a talk, then please reply to me or Jim to indicate your
interest by Monday, February 26. We will send another email requesting your
title and abstract shortly after that. We also highly encourage talks from
Proceedings: We plan to publish proceedings from the conference, edited by the
two 2018 Carolina Dynamics co-organizers, Rachel Rossetti and Jim Wiseman,
along with Jane Hawkins from UNC Chapel Hill. We invite everyone who attends
(not just the speakers) to submit a manuscript to the proceedings. The
manuscripts will be refereed as a journal publication and subject to the same
standards (originality and previously unpublished results). You can also
consider writing a survey article of a topic of current interest to you and
others in dynamics.
Undergrad Poster Session: We are organizing a poster session to involve
undergraduate participants. If you have students who are interested in the
poster session, then please let us know.
Website: All of the above information is also available on the
We will keep the website updated as new information becomes available.
We are looking forward to seeing you in April!
Rachel Rossetti (Bayless), Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Mathematics
Director of the Center for Digital and Visual Literacy
Agnes Scott College
Office: Buttrick 325
Office Phone: 404.471.6231