QMath9
The conference QMath9 is the ninth edition of a series of
meetings devoted to the mathematical aspects of various topics in
Quantum Physics. This series was initiated in the early eighties in
Dubna and soon became a recurrent event which took place in Dubna,
Blossin, ... Ascona, Prague, and finally Taxco. The topics covered by the
QMath conferences range from traditional themes in
Quantum Theory such as Spectral Analysis, Quantum Dynamics or
Semiclassical Analysis, to more recently considered aspects, triggered
in particular by advances in applied physics, such as QuantumTransport,
Open Quantum Systems or Quantum Computing.
The aim of QMath9 is to present the state of the art in the mathematical
physics of Quantum Systems, both from the point of view of the models
considered and of the mathematical techniques developed for their study.
This conference is also an important opportunity to favour exchanges and
give rise to collaborations between scientists interested in the
mathematics of Quantum Mechanics, in particular for fresh PhD's.
The program of this five days conference consists of fourteen
plenary lectures scheduled at the beginnings
and ends of each day, and of four parallel sessions of more specialized
topical contributed and invited talks. The parallel sessions are organized
in close collaboration with a mediator in charge of the corresponding
topical theme. Poster sessions are scheduled during the whole conference
in order to favour exchanges and discussions between participants.
Finally QMath9 will also
be a frame for the 2004 meeting of the
Euro - GDR Mathematics and Quantum
Physics.
Topical Sessions: |
Mediators: |
Quantum Dynamics |
J. Avron |
Quantum Field Theory |
V. Bach |
Quantum Chaos and Semiclassics |
S. De Bièvre |
Quantum Kinetics |
L. Erdös |
Nanophysics |
P. Exner |
Spectral Theory |
S. Jitomirskaya |
Random Schrödinger Operators |
F. Klopp |
Plenary Speakers:
J. Avron
V. Bach
S. De Bièvre
H. Eliasson
L. Erdös
P. Exner
B. Helffer
S. Jitomirskaya
F. Klopp
V. Rivasseau
J. P.Solovej
H. Spohn
J. Yngvason
S. Zelditch