- On Morse-Smale Dynamical Systems,

Topology 19, 1969 (385-405). - Structural Stability Theorems, with S. Smale,

Proceedings of the Institute on Global Analysis, American Math. Society, Vol. XIV, 1970 (223-232). - A Note on Omega-Stability,

Proceedings of the Institute on Global Analysis, American Mathematical Society, Vol. XIV, 1970 (220-222). - Cycles and Bifurcations Theory, with S. Newhouse,

Asterisque 31, Societe Mathematique de France, 1976 (44-140). - The Topology of Holomorphic Flows near a Singularity,
with C.Camacho and N. Kuiper,

Publications Math.Institut Hautes Etudes Scientifiques 48, 1978 (5-38). - Moduli of Stability and Bifurcation Theory,

Proceedings of the International Congress of Mathematicians, Helsinki, 1978 (835-839). - Stability of Parameterized Families of Gradient Vector Fields,
with F. Takens,

Annals of Mathematics 118, 1983 (383-421). - Cycles and Measure of Bifurcation Sets for Two-Dimensional
Diffeomorphisms, with F. Takens,

Inventiones Mathematicae 82, 1985 (397-422). - Homoclinic Orbits, Hyperbolic Dynamic and Fractional Dimensions of
Cantor Sets
(Lefschetz Centennial Conference)

Contemporary Mathematics - American Mathematical Society, 58, 1987 (203-216). - Hyperbolicity and Creation of Homoclinic Orbits, with F.Takens,

Annals of Mathematics 125, 1987 (337-374). - On the C1 Omega-Stability Conjecture,

Publications Math. Institut Hautes Etudes Scientifiques, 66, 1988 (210-215). - Bifurcations and Global Stability of Two-Parameter Families of
Gradient Vector Fields
with M. J. Carneiro,

Publications Math. Institut Hautes Etudes Scientifiques 70, 1990 (103-168). - A Glimpse at Dynamical Systems: the Long Trajectory from the Sixties
to Present Developments,

Prize Speech at the Third World Academy of Sciences, Proceedings of the TWAS, 1992. - On the Contribution of Smale to Dynamical Systems,

volume in honour of Stephen Smale, Springer-Verlag, 1993. - Homoclinic Tangencies for Hyperbolic Sets of Large Hausdorff Dimension,
with J.C. Yoccoz,

Acta Mathematica 172, 1994 (91-136) - High Dimension Diffeomorphisms Displaying Infinitely Many Sinks,
with M. Viana,

Annals of Mathematics 140, 1994 (207 - 250). - Geometric Theory of Dynamical Systems, with W. de Melo

Springer-Verlag, 1982; translated into Russian and Chinese - Hyperbolicity and Sensitive-Chaotic Dynamics and Homoclinic
Bifurcations, Fractal Dimensions and Infinitely Many Attractors,
with F. Takens

Cambridge Univ. Press, 1993; Second Edition, 1994.

Instituto Matemática Pura e Aplicada (IMPA)

Estrada Dona Castorina 110

Jardim Botanico

22460-320 Rio de Janeiro, RJ

Brazil

*Phone:* (55) 21-511 1749 *or* 21-529-5270
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*E-Mail:* jpalis@impa.br *or* imu@impa.br

March 15, 1940, Uberaba, MG, Brazil

1962 Bachelor, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro

1966 Master, University of California, Berkeley

1967 Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley

1993 Post-Doctoral Fellowship, Guggenheim Foundation

*Permanent:*

Professor at Instituto de Matemática Pura e Aplicada (IMPA),

*Visiting:*

1969 University of Warwick and Institut des Hautes Études Scientifiques, France

1973 University of California, Berkeley

1980 University of Warwick and Institut des Hautes Études Scientifiques

1982 Université de Dijon and École Polytechnique - Paris

1984 City University of New York, Mathematical Sciences Research Institute - Berkeley and Institute Mittag-Leffler

1987 Steklov Institute, Moscow and ETH-Zurich

1988 Universities of Nagoya, Tokyo and Kyoto

1990 ETH-Zurich, Universités de Dijon e Toulouse

1991 Universitá di Roma and Polytechnical Institute-Stockholm

1993 Université de Paris-Orsay and Université de Nice

1994 ETH-Zurich and Collčge de France

1973 Member of the Brazilian Academy of Sciences

1976 Prize Moinho Santista (highest Brazilian prize for science at the time)

1978 Invited Speaker, International Congress of Mathematicians, Helsinki

1988 Prize Third World Academy of Sciences - Mathematics

1990 National Prize for Science and Technology, Brazil

1991 Member of the Third World Academy of Sciences

1995 InterAmerican Prize for Science, Organisation of the American States

dynamical systems, differential equations

*Themes:*

Global stability and hyperbolicity
bifurcations, attractors and chaotic systems: a global perspective

*Students:*

Ph.D. thesis adviser to 33 students from 10 different countries.