Conference "Asymptotic analysis and spectral theory" (Oldenburg, 2022)
Asymptotic Analysis & Spectral Theory
The conference Aspect'22 "Asymptotic Analysis & Spectral Theory" will take place on September 26-30, 2022, in Oldenburg (Oldenburg). The meeting is supported by the Deutsch-Französische Hochschule - Université franco-allemande and the Universitätsgesellschaft Oldenburg e.V.
This is the fifth meeting of a series (previous editions: Mainz-2012, Orsay-2015, Trier-2017, Orsay-2019). The main topics of the meetings are the spectral analysis of differential or finite-differerence operators and related topics of mathematical physics, which includes eigenvalues of Laplace-type operators with various boundary conditions, quantum-mechanical operators (Schrödinger, Dirac) and operators on graphs. In this edition, a special attention will be given to asymptotic methods (semiclassical methods, asymptotics/localization of eigenfunctions, variation/accumulation of eigenvalues) and singularities (non-smooth boundaries, Schrödinger/Dirac operators with singular potentials etc.). We aim to encourage new interactions between researchers from various communities working on these topics.
This edition is organized by Victor Nistor (Metz) and Konstantin Pankrashkin (Oldenburg), who are supported by the scientific committee: Monique Dauge (Rennes), Daniel Grieser (Oldenburg), Olaf Post (Trier), Boris Vertman (Oldenburg)
- Lucas Chesnel (Inria Saclay)
- Pavel Exner (Nuclear Physics Institute, Prague)
- Jérémy Faupin (Lorraine-Metz)
- Nadine Große (Freiburg im Breisgau)
- Bernard Helffer (Nantes)
- Mirela Kohr (Cluj-Napoca)
- Pier Domenico Lamberti (Padua)
- Olaf Post (Trier)
- Guido Sweers (Cologne)
The deadline for the submission of talk proposals is over.
Several additional participants can be accepted: please contact Konstantin Pankrashkin ()