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## Smale’s horseshoe

Smale’s horseshoe, one of absolutely central notions of the modern theory of dynamical systems, was invented by Stephen Smale in 1960 in Rio de Janeiro, while Dr. Smale was receiving support from the National Science Foundation (NSF) of the United … Continue reading

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## Updates on conferences

Midwest Mathematical Biology Conference 2016 will be held again atÂ La Crosse, Wisconsin, May 2-22. I really loved the previous (the first) one, and definitely will try to be in LaCross for this one. Epidemics 5 conference has now full program … Continue reading

## Graduate differential equations I at NDSU this Fall

This Fall I will be teaching, among other courses, an introductory graduate course on Ordinary Differential Equations. This is actually one of my favorite courses, which, among other things, shows how actually mathematics is being developed, contrary to more abstract … Continue reading

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