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Midwest Dynamical Systems Conference

The Midwest Dynamical Systems Conference is one of the most influential, diverse, and longest running conference series in dynamical systems.  This conference series has met uninterruptedly since the early 1970s, and it has received continuous support from the National Science Foundation since 1988.  The meetings typically take place once per year, over a weekend in the Fall term, hosted at various universities within the Midwest

Northwestern University previously hosted the Midwest Dynamical Systems Conference, most recently November 3-5, 2017.  The event was funded by the National Science Foundation and Northwestern University.  Organizers were Laura DeMarco, Ken Jacobs, and Bryna Kra.

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