CEDYA + CMA 2017
XXV CONFERENCE ON DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS AND APPLICATIONS / XV CONFERENCE ON APPLIED MATHEMATICS
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CEDYA + CMA 2017

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Jaume Llibre

Jaume Llibre (Barcelona, 1952) graduated in mathematics from the University of Barcelona in 1974. In 1979 he received his doctorate under the supervision of Carles Simó. His early investigations focused on celestial mechanics and the three-body problem.

Jaume Llibre's research interests have grown over the years to include virtually all areas of dynamic systems. In the study of the qualitative theory of ODEs he has worked, among other things, in Hamiltonian systems, bifurcation theory, integrability, global dynamics, structural stability, topological dynamics and the 16th Hilbert problem. In discrete dynamical systems, he has made important contributions to complex dynamics, to study topological periodic structures and chaos theory techniques. Among his most recent research highlights his proof, together with Chengzhi Li, of the conjecture of Lins Neto, De Melo and Pugh (Lecture Notes in Mathematics, 1977) on the number of limit cycles of the equation of Lienard of grade 4 or the great progress achieved in the 16th Hibert problem with Paul Pedregal.

Jaume Llibre has authored more than 500 research articles that he has published with about 150 coauthors. His group in the Autonomous University of Barcelona is an international leader in research of dynamic systems. He has directed 26 doctoral theses and 20 postdoctoral stays and is author of numerous popular articles. He is editor in chief of the journal Qualitative Theory of Dynamical Systems, published by Birkhauser, and in 2009 was awarded the ICREA Academy Award for his scientific career.



Jaume Llibre
Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona
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