Summer School: Partial Hyperbolicity

May 30, 2023 - June 9, 2023


University of Maryland
Penn State University
University of Chicago

Partial and non uniform hyperbolicity were introduced about 50 years ago and provide a powerful tool for understanding statistical properties of dynamical systems, especially in high dimensions.Recent years saw powerful applications of these theories to chaos theory, rigidity theory, geometry, and number theory. The goal of the school is to describe the recent progress in these areas. Areas covered in the school include statistical properties, spectral methods, as well as applications to rigidity theory and mathematical physics.


  • Aaron Brown (Northwestern University)
  • David Burguet (Sorbonne University)
  • Mark Demers (Fairfield University)
  • Adam Kanigowski (University of Maryland)
  • Carlangelo Liverani (University of Rome Tor Vergata)
  • Davi Obata (University of Chicago)
  • Victoria Sadovskaya (Penn State University)