Spectral analysis of quantum Hamiltonians

May 26 - May 30, 2025

The conference centers on rigorous, qualitative methods for studying eigenvalues of linear operators appearing in analysis and mathematical physics. Spectral theory has enabled mathematicians to tackle challenging problems such as the stability of matter, the behavior of quantum gases, and the emergence of complex phenomena in condensed matter systems. It has also become an indispensable tool in applied mathematics (theory of elasticity, hydrodynamics) and engineering. The goal of the conference is to bring together experts and emerging scholars in the field for a meeting with plenty of room for discussion. The conference is in honor of the work of Grigori Rozenblum, who recently turned 75, and is one of the major senior figures in spectral analysis.

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