## Scientific General Events

The Pacific Northwest Dynamics Day is an annual one-day meeting to bring together researchers in dynamical systems across the Pacific Northwest for a one-day meeting every Spring. The event includes 5 talks, 4 by local researchers and 1 by an outside expert, and we particularly encourage early-career researchers to attend and participate. We have social events at lunch and dinner (as well as the usual coffee breaks).

**Confirmed Speakers:**Mike Boyle (Maryland),

Ronnie Pavlov (Denver),

Anthony Quas (Victoria),

Tom Schmidt (Oregon State),

Lior Silberman (British Columbia)

Horizontal variation of the arithmetic of elliptic curves

Participant-focused Research for Genetics and Drug Discovery

A risk-based platform for accident prevention strategies

Sparse polynomial approximation of high-dimensional functions

Lattice models of magnetism: from magnets to antiferromagnets

Vertex-primitive digraphs having vertices with almost equal neighbourhoods

**The Man Who knew Infinity**Pattern Avoidance in Restricted Growth Functions

New conservation laws of Euler and Navier-Stokes equations Subtitle: Generic and dimensionally reduced cases for plane, axisymmetric and helically symmetric flows.

The transfer map of free loop spaces

Cops and Robbers on Oriented Grids II