Alain Chateauneufy (Univ. Paris I – Sorbonne)
Continuity properties of totally monotone capacities on Polish spaces and impatience

Alcides Lins Neto (IMPA)
Generalized Kupka components and foliations of degree three on Pn≥3

Aron Simis (Universidade Federal de Pernambuco)
Distinguished Birational Maps

Benoit Daniel (Université Paris XII)
Existence and Uniqueness of Constant Mean Urvature Spheres in the Lie Hroup Sol_3

Benoit Perthame (Université Pierre et Marie Curie)
Fragmentation-Aggregation and Cell Division Equations: Motivations, Therory and The Inverse Problem

Christian Bonatti (Université de Borgogne – Dijon)
A panorama of dynamical systems using the C1-topology

David Ruelle (Institut Des Hautes Etudes Scientifiques)
Susceptibility Function For SRB States

Dominique Cerveau (Université de Rennes 1)
Singularités d’Hypersurfaces Levi-Plates

Fernando Coda (IMPA)
Isotopy Problems for Manifolds with Positive Curvature

Flavio Dickstein (UFRJ)
Blowup and global sign-changing solutions of the nonlinear heat equation

Frank Pacard (Université Paris 12 et Institut Universitaire de France)
Stationary solutions for the nonlinear Schrödinger equation

Harold Rosenberg (IMPA)
The geometry of surfaces in 3-dimensional homogeneous spaces

Hermano Frid (IMPA)
Homogenization of degenerate porous medium type equations in ergodic algebras

Jorge Vitório (IMPA)
Characteristic Foliations

Lorenzo Diaz Casado (PUC – Rio)

Luiz Renato Fontes (USP)
Scaling limits for trap models

Marc Hindry (Université Paris 7)
Analogs of the Brauer-Siegel theorem for abelian varieties

Marcelo Viana (IMPA)
Absolute Continuity, Lyapounov Exponents and Rigidity

Pierre Mathieu (Université de Provence, Marseille)
Symmetric Diffusions in a Random Environment: The Einstein Relation

Renato Tribuzy (UFAM)
A Hopf Theorem for ambient spaces of dimensions higher than three

Stefano Olla (Université Paris Dauphine)
From microscopic dynamics to heat equation: a weak coupling approach

Sylvain Sorin (Université Pierre et Marie Curie)
Adaptive Dynamics in Games

Thierry Cazenave (Université Pierre et Marie Curie)
A Schrödinger equation with time-oscillating nonlinearity