Scientific programme

This conference is intended as a follow-up of meetings on the same topic held in Europe and USA in the past ten years:

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ESF Exploratory Workshop
Prague, Czech Republic
2010
ICMS Workshop
Edinburgh, United Kingdom
2013
AIM Workshop
San Jose, California
2015
CIRM Conference
Marseille, France
2017

The year 2020 will be a jubilee occasion for the series, which has grown considerably since the first meeting.

The primary motivation for the meetings was driven by the existing lack of synergy between mathematicians and mathematical physicists interested in theoretical aspects of the newly developing fields of modern physical phenomena described by non-self-adjoint operators (non-Hermitian quantum mechanics, metamaterials, repeated interaction quantum systems, superconductivity, etc.). The series has been successful in gathering scientists from different communities who would not ordinarily interact in the same conference. In the forthcoming event we intend to continue with this purpose and, as in past events, we wish to bring together world class specialists in Mathematical Physics, Microlocal and Semiclassical Analysis, Dynamical Systems, Harmonic Analysis, Evolution PDEs and Stochastic Processes.

We plan to have invited as well as contributed talks. The final schedule will be prepared at a later stage; the contributed talks will be selected by the organisers and scientific committee.

Invited speakers:

  • Habib Ammari (Zurich)
  • Charles Batty (Oxford)
  • Albrecht Böttcher (Chemnitz)
  • Guy Bouchitté (Toulon)
  • Tanya Christiansen (Columbia)
  • Patrick Dorey (Durham)
  • Sonia Fliss (Paris)
  • Rupert Frank (Munich)
  • Denis Grebenkov (Palaiseau)
  • Marcel Hansmann (Chemnitz)
  • Mariana Haragus (Besançon)
  • Michael Hitrik (Los Angeles)
  • Alain Joye (Grenoble)
  • Ari Laptev (London)
  • Beatrice Pelloni (Edinburgh)
  • Ross Pinsky (Haifa)
  • Michael Ruzhansky (London)

Contributed talks:

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