The planetary problem consists in determining the motions of n planets, interacting among themselves and with a sun, via gravity only. Its deep comprehension has relevant consequences in Mathematics, Physics, Astronomy and Astrophysics.
The goal of this research is to find non-trivial orbits for this intriguing and largely unknown problem.

Upcoming Events
School: Recent Advances in Hamiltonian dynamics 
        and symplectic topology. University of Padova, 
        February 12-16, 2018
Organizers:O. BernardiF. CardinA. Florio, G. PinzariA. Sorrentino, L. Zanelli
Speakers: G. Benedetti, A. Fathi, V. Humiliére, M-C. Arnaud.
School:   Stable and Chaotic Motions in the Planetary Problem.
          Osservatorio di Asiago, 10-15 June 2018
Organizers: G. Benettin, M. Guzzo, G. Pinzari.
Speakers: I. Bertini, A. Celletti, V. Kaloshin, M. Lazzarin, 
          F. Marzari, R. Mockel, A. Morbidelli, T. M-Seara.
Conference:   Perspectives in Hamiltonian Systems. 
              Venice, 18-22 June 2018.

Organizers: F. Fassò, M. Guzzo, V. Kaloshin, G. Pinzari.  

Confirmed Speakers (so far): M.Berti, A.Celletti, A.Chenciner, 
A.Delshams, H.Dullin, C.Effthimiopoulos, B.Fayad, M.Gidea, 
G.Gronchi, M.Guardia, V.Kaloshin, S.Kuksin, J.Laskar, J-P.Marco, 
R.Moeckel, G.Pinzari, T.M-Seara, A.Sorrentino, D.Treschev, D. Turaev
2 Assistant Professorships (3 years; non tenure-track). 
Deadline: November 24/2017

The research is funded by H2020-EU.1.1. – EXCELLENT SCIENCE – European Research Council (ERC)

Project: 677793 Stable and Chaotic Motions in the Planetary Problem – StableChaoticPlanetM.

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