Analyzing Related Switching Systems: Two Interesting Examples

AMS Club Seminar
Monday, February 16, 2015 - 3:00pm
1 hour (actually 50 minutes)
Skiles 006
graduate of Georgia Tech School of Math

Dr. Hurth is a recent graduate of the Georgia Tech School of Mathematics. After his talk, the AMS Graduate Chapter is taking Dr. Hurth to dinner at Gordon Biersch. Graduate students and others interested in speaking to Dr. Hurth are invited to join us. If interested, please RSVP to JD Walsh (in person or at <a href=""></a>).

Dr. Hurth will talk about two relatively simple, related switching systems: one in 1D, the other in 2D. For both systems, he will sketch how to analyse the density of the associated invariant measure. This is straightforward for the 1D-example, but proves somewhat unexpectedly difficult for the 2D one.