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DisDyMod: a mailing list for those interested in discrete dynamical systems

A few weeks ago, I've set up a mailing list by which I hope to(re)unite people who are academically involved with (continuous) CA, or other discrete dynamical systems. Though (too) much information that is of interest for academics who are working on the topic, is available online, it is questionable whether the right information reaches the right person, and it seems wise to have a means of communicating relevant information among

As such, a mailing list was established through which information on relevant scientific conferences, workshops, courses, student programs and job offers can be spread to a group of highly interested people. Further, it can be employed as a means to easily distribute abstracts of your recently published papers to those that are most likely to use your results or continue along the line of reasoning that you introduced.

If one would like to be added, one should send a blank e-mail (without signature!) to listserv@lists.ugent.be, which has as a subject line

subscribe disdymod Firstname Name

wherein the Firstname and Name should be modified in accordance with the prospective subscriber's name.

Feel free to forward this message to people you know and that might be interested.


Jan Baetens


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