September, 15-17, 2010
Dipartimento di Scienze Matematiche,
Università Politecnica delle Marche, Ancona (Italy)


In the last few years several methods, such as topological, variational, perturbative, have been applied to the study of existence and asymptotic behavior of solutions of Ordinary Differential Equations. Results obtained so far have very fruitful consequences on several important facts concerning differential equations such as existence of periodic, homoclinic and heteroclinic solutions as well as chaotic behavior. The purpose of this conference is to give the opportunity to set up the status of the art and to be the starting point for new challenging results.


Ordinary differential equations and inclusions, both autonomous and non-autonomous, in all their aspects are the central topic. Results may regard existence and qualitative properties of the solutions and investigation may be of topological, variational, perturbative nature. Applications to real world, including physics, biology, engineering are also welcome.

Organizing commitee

battelli [at] dipmat [dot] univpm [dot] it (Flaviano Battelli) , calamai [at] dipmat [dot] univpm [dot] it (Alessandro Calamai) , franca [at] dipmat [dot] univpm [dot] it (Matteo Franca) , marcelli [at] dipmat [dot] univpm [dot] it (Cristina Marcelli) , papalini [at] dipmat [dot] univpm [dot] it (Francesca Papalini) .

The conference is supported by the 2007-PRIN group
“Ordinary Differential Equations and Applications”