Organizing Committee
 Michael Hochman
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem  Izabella Laba
University of British Columbia  Pablo Shmerkin
Torcuato Di Tella University  Barak Weiss
Tel Aviv University
Abstract
There are natural interactions between dimension theory, ergodic theory, additive combinatorics, metric number theory and analysis. Each of these fields provides different perspectives on, and complementary approaches to, the hierarchical structures which appear in fractal geometry.
The workshop will focus on recent advances at the interfaces of these fields, including:
 Classical fractals (selfsimilar and selfaffine sets, random fractals)
 Dimension theory and additive combinatorics
 Diophantine approximation and equidistribution
 Schmidt games
 Rigidity phenomena
 Scenery flow methods
 Projection and slice theorems
Confirmed Speakers & Participants

Amir Algom
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Zin Arai
Hokkaido University

Efrat Bank
University of Michigan

Balázs Bárány
University of Warwick

Marta Canadell
Georgia Institute of Technology

Yongluo Cao
Soochow University, China

Jon Chaika
University of Utah

Nishant Chandgotia
University of British Columbia

Xianghong Chen
University of WisconsinMilwaukee

Yitwah Cheung
San Francisco State University

Laura Cladek
University of Wisconsin  Madison

Marianna Csörnyei
University of Chicago

Lorenzo Diaz
Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro

Dmitry Dolgopyat
Uppsala University

Fredrik Ekström
Lund University

Kenneth Falconer
University of St. Andrews

Abel Farkas
Mathematical Institute, North Haugh

DeJun Feng
The Chinese University of Hong Kong

Jonathan Fraser
The University of St Andrews

Katrin Gelfert
Universidade Federal do Rio de Janerio

Peter Hazard
University of Toronto

Michael Hochman
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Mayer Humi
WPI

Alex Iosevich
University of Rochester

Natalia Jurga
University of Warwick

Esa Järvenpää
University of Oulu

Tom Kempton
University of St Andrews

Dong Han Kim
Dongguk University

Dmitry Kleinbock
Brandeis University

Henna Koivusalo
University of York

Ben Krause
UCLA

Izabella Laba
University of British Columbia

Chun Kit Lai
San Francisco State University

Francois Ledrappier
University of Notre Dame

Zhiqiang Li
University of California, Los Angeles

Lingmin Liao
University ParisEast Creteil

Bochen Liu
BarIlan University

Guozhen Lu
Wayne State University

Anna Medvedovsky
Max Planck Institute

Vuksan Mijovic
University of St Andrews

Roland Molontay
Budapest University of Technology and Economics

András Máthé
University of Warwick

Erez Nesharim
Tel Aviv university

Magdalena Nowak
Jan Kochanowski University in Kielce

Yuval Peres
Microsoft Research

Yakov Pesin
Penn State University

Lam Pham
Yale University

Mark Pollicott
Warwick University

Malabika Pramanik
University of British Columbia

Ariel Rapaport
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Jana Rodriguez Hertz
IMERL

Marks Ruziboev
International School of Advanced Studies

Tuomas Sahlsten
Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Samuel Senti
Universidade Federal do Rio de Janerio

Pablo Shmerkin
Torcuato Di Tella University

Lin Shu
Peking university

David Simmons
Ohio State University

Karoly Simon
Budapest University of Technology and Economics

Boris Solomyak
BarIlan University

Peng Sun
Central University of Finance and Economics

Krystal Taylor
The Ohio State University

Mike Todd
University of St Andrews

Rodrigo Trevino
Brooklyn College, CUNY

Sascha Troscheit
University of St Andrews

Siming Tu
University of Chile

Raul Ures
IMERL

Polina Vytnova
Queen Mary, University of London

Zhiren Wang
Penn State University

Barak Weiss
Tel Aviv University

Christian Wolf
The City College of New York

Wen Wu
University of Oulu

Michael Yampolsky
University of Toronto

Jonguk Yang
University of Toronto

Alexia Yavicoli
University of Buenos Aires

Joshua Zahl
MIT

Agnieszka Zelerowicz
Penn State University

Yun Zhao
SooChow(Suzhou) University
Workshop Schedule
Monday, February 15, 2016
Tuesday, February 16, 2016
Wednesday, February 17, 2016
Thursday, February 18, 2016
Friday, February 19, 2016
Associated Semester Workshops
Lecture Videos
Sections and projections of random fractals and measures
Kenneth Falconer
University of St. Andrews
February 19, 2016
On the dimension of diagonally affine selfaffine sets and overlaps.
Karoly Simon
Budapest University of Technology and Economics
February 19, 2016
Dimension of Furstenberg measure of SL_2(R) random matrix products
Michael Hochman
Hebrew University
February 19, 2016
A new complexity function of repetition and irrationality exponents
Dong Han Kim
Dongguk University
February 18, 2016
Hausdorff dimension of singular vectors
Yitwah Cheung
San Francisco State University
February 18, 2016
A Roth type theorem for large subsets of multidimensional Euclidean spaces
Malabika Pramanik
University of British Columbia
February 17, 2016
Polynomial configurations in fractal sets.
Izaballa Laba
University of British Columbia
February 17, 2016
Fractional maximal operators and geometric consequences
Krystal Taylor
The Ohio State University
February 16, 2016
Dimension estimates for spectral measures in Dynamics
Boris Solomyak
BarIlan University
February 16, 2016
Dimensions of projected sets and measures on selfaffine sets
DeJun Feng
The Chinese University of Hong Kong
February 16, 2016
Measurable equidecompositions and circle squaring
András Máthé
University of Warwick
February 15, 2016
Finite point configurations a survey of techniques and ideas
Alex Iosevich
University of Rochester
February 15, 2016
LedrappierYoung formula and exact dimensionality of selfaffine measures
Balázs Bárány
University of Warwick
February 15, 2016