Jon Chaika

University of Utah

Department of Mathematics, 203

155 S 1400 E RM 233

Salt Lake City, UT, 84112-0090

USA

Email:
chaika at math dot utah dot edu

My papers on the arxiv

Summary of my papers

Limits in PMF of Teichmuller geodesics (with H. Masur and M. Wolf) (accepted Crelle's Journal)

A dichotomy for arithmetic progressions in subsets of reals (with M. Boshernitzan) (accepted Proceedings of the AMS)

Appendix C of Right-angled billiards and volumes of moduli spaces of quadratic differentials on $\mathbb{C}P^1$ (paper by J. Athreya, A. Eskin and A. Zorich) (accepted Annales scientifiques de l'ENS)

The Hausdorff dimension of nonuinquely ergodic directions in H(2) is almost everywhere 1/2 (with J. Athreya) (Geometry and Topology 2015)

Every flat surface is Birkhoff and Osceledets generic in almost every direction (with A. Eskin) (Journal of Modern Dynamics 2015)

There exists an interval exchange with a non-ergodic generic measure (with H. Masur) (Journal of Modern Dynamics 2015)

Topological mixing for some residual sets of interval exchange transformations (with J. Fickenscher) (Communications in Mathematical Physics 2015)

The gap distribution of slopes on the golden L. (with J. Athreya and S. Lelievre) (Contemporary Mathematics 2015)

Omega recurrence in cocycles (with D. Ralston) (Ergodic Theory and Dynamical Systems 2014)

Every transformation is disjoint from almost every non-classical exchange (with V. Gadre) (Geometriae Dedicata 2014)

Skew products over rotations with exotic properties (Geometriae Dedicata 2014)

Diophantine properties of IETs and general systems: Quantitative proximality and connectivity (with M. Boshernitzan) (Inventiones mathematicae 2013)

Winning games for bounded geodesics in Teichmueller discs (with Y. Cheung and H. Masur) (Journal of Modern Dynamics 2013)

Every transformation is disjoint from almost every IET (Annals of Mathematics 2012)

Borel-Cantelli Sequences (with M. Boshernitzan) (Journal d'Analyse Mathematique 2012)

The distribution of gaps for saddle connection directions (with J. Athreya) (Geometric and Functional Analysis 2012)

There exists a topologically mixing IET (Ergodic Theory and Dynamical Systems 2012)

Shrinking targets for IETs (Geometric and Functional Analysis 2011)

Schrödinger operators defined by interval exchange transformations (with D. Damanik and H. Krüger) (Journal of Modern Dynamics April 2009)

Hausdorff dimension for ergodic measures of interval exchange transformations (Journal of Modern Dynamics July 2008)

A smooth mixing flow on a surface with non-degenerate fixed points (with A. Wright) (submitted)

The set of uniquely ergodic IETs is path connected (with S. Hensel) (accepted Ergodic Theory and Dynamical Systems)

Quantitative shrinking target properties for rotations, and interval exchanges (with D. Constantine) (submitted)

Ergodic homogeneous multidimensional continued fraction algorithms (with A. Nogueira) (submitted)

On the Hausdorff dimensions of a singular ergodic measure for some minimal interval exchange transformations

The densest sequence in the unit circle (with M. Boshernitzan)

On the Frequency of Balanced Times in Cylinder Flows (with D. Ralston)

[0,1] is not a Minimality Detector for [0,1]^2

A theorem on accepted elasticity in certain local arithmetical congruence monoids (with M. Banister, S. Chapman and W. Meyerson) ( Abh. Math. Semin. Univ. Hambg. 2009)

On a result of James and Niven concerning unique factorization in congruence semigroups (with M. Banister, S. Chapman and W. Meyerson) (Elem. Math. 62 2007)

On the arithmetic of arithmetical congruence monoids (with M. Banister, S. Chapman and W. Meyerson) ( Colloq. Math. 2007)

On the Minkowski Diagonal Function for two real numbers. (with I. Kan and N. Moshchevitin) (Diophantine analysis and related fields 2011)

Notes for my current course

Im an organizer for an MRC program at snowbird in 2017

Max Dehn Seminar

Stochastics seminar

Wasatch topology conference

Evelyn Lamb

Some restaurants, coffee shops and sights

Some hikes

I gratefully acknowledge the support of the NSF, the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation and the Warnock fund. The views expressed here are of course my own.