*S peaker.* Artem Dudko

*Date.*25.10.22 at 3:30 pm

* Abstrac*t. Roughly speaking, Julia set of a holomorphic map is the set of points near which the iterations of this map behave chaotically. A natural question is how large this set can be. One of ways to measure the size of such set is using Hausdorff (and other types of) dimension. In this talk I will present two approaches for studying this quantity for certain classes of maps and will describe computer assisted results obtained using these approaches. The approaches are inspired by Avila-Lyubich’s and McMullen’s works. The results are from a joint paper with Scott Sutherland, and a joint paper with Igors Gorbovickis and Warwick Tucker.