|Location:||MSRI: Simons Auditorium, Online/Virtual|
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Renormalization is a powerful and versatile technique that has become an invaluable tool in the field of low-dimensional dynamical systems. The aim of this session is to have an informal and intuitive discussion about what it means to renormalize a dynamical system, and how this can help us understand its long term behavior. Then if there is enough time, we will take a look at a classical example of renormalization in action: the theory of circle diffeomorphisms.
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