Monday 11 July 2016

09.00-09.40 A. Celletti
KAM theory and quasi-periodic attractors of some dissipative systems 
09.40-10.20 A. Haro
On the (computer-assisted) application of an a posteriori KAM theorem
10.20-11.00 L. Biasco
KAM Theory for secondary tori in mechanical systems 
11.00-11.30 Coffee break
11.30-12.10 L. Niederman
Quasi periodic coorbital motions
12.10-12.50 P. Yanguas
Invariant tori in the spatial three-body problem
12.50-13.40 Rapporteur’s summary of morning talks (P. Robutel)
13.40-14.40 Lunch break
14.40-15.20 J. Palacian
Reduction of Resonant Hamiltonians
15.20-16.00 K. Efstathiou
Bifurcations and Geometry in 1:1:-2 Resonant Hamiltonian Systems
16.00-16.30 Coffee break
16.30-17.10 H. Hanßmann
Hamiltonian oscillators in 1 : ±2 : ±4 resonance
17.10-17.50 A. Marchesiello
Symmetric resonances in Hamiltonian systems
17.50-18.40 Rapporteur’s summary of afternoon talks (A. Jorba)

Tuesday 12 July 2016

09.00-09.40 M. Guzzo
A guided visualization of the tube manifolds of the three body problem
09.40-10.20 A. Farres
Periodic Motion for a Solar Sail close to an Asteroid
10.20-11.00 A. Jorba
The 1:1 resonance of the Augmented Hill problem
11.00-11.30 Coffee break
11.30-12.10 G.F. Gronchi
On the averaged restricted N-body problem with orbit-crossing singularities
12.10-12.50 H. Waalkens
Quantum Transition State Theory
12.50-13.40 Rapporteur’s summary of morning talks (A. Haro)
13.40-14.40 Lunch break
14.40-15.20 U. Locatelli
Exploring the feedback of asymmetric jets on the orbital motions in protostellar discs
15.20-15.50 C. Efthymiopoulos, U. Locatelli, G. Pucacco
Computational Hamiltonian perturbation theory: prospects and challenges
15.50-16.20 Coffee break
16.20-17.00 A. Giorgilli
The game of small divisors in normal forms
17.00-17.45 Special Lecture
G. Contopoulos
The history of the Third Integral (a personal account)
18.00 Departure for visit to Sounio (Poseidon’s temple) and Social dinner
(Fee: 25  €)

Wednesday 13 July 2016

09.00-09.40 K. Tsiganis
Dynamics of the Didymos binary asteroid – target of the AIDA mission
09.40-10.20 A.S. Libert
Extension of the Laplace-Lagrange secular theory to extrasolar systems
10.20-11.00 P. Robutel
Secular dynamics of multi-planetary systems around binary stars
11.00-11.30 Coffee break
11.30-12.10 E. Andrade-Ines
Secular Dynamics of S-type Orbits in Binary Star Systems
12.10-12.50 C. Gales
A study of the lunisolar secular resonances for space debris by using the Hamiltonian formalism
12.50-13.40 Rapporteur’s summary of morning talks (M. Guzzo)
13.40-14.40 Lunch break
14.40-15.20 M. Sansottera
High-order control for symplectic maps
15.20-16.00 C. Lhotka
Perturbation theory at arbitrary expansion points – Applications in Celestial Mechanics
16.00-16.30 Coffee break
16.30-17.10 S. Paleari
Hamiltonian perturbation techniques at the thermodynamic limit: adiabatic invariants and normal forms for the Klein-Gordon chain
17.10-17.50 H. Christodoulidi
Construction of q-tori in the FPU model with Poincaré – Lindstedt series
17.50-18.40 Rapporteur’s summary of afternoon talks (U. Locatelli)

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