The aim of this workshop is to focus on some of the most exciting recent developments at
the interface of dynamics and symplectic topology concerning applications of symplectic topolog-
ical methods to the dynamics of Hamiltonian systems beyond periodic orbits. While in essence
symplectic topological techniques, such as Floer theory, are ultimately based on periodic orbits
or interactions between periodic orbits, these recent developments convincingly show that subtle
dynamics information is accessible to symplectic topology and what we see now is only the begin-
ning of the story. Very roughly and somewhat artificially, we can break down the recent results
obtained in this direction and new methods into three groups:
Dynamics of Pseudorotations.
Invariant Sets and Ergodic Measures.
Topological Entropy via Floer Theory.
coffee/registration/welcome on Monday morning, between 9:00 and 10:30
end on Friday between 12:00 and 14:00