
Confirmed Speakers
Michael Aizenman (Princeton
University)
Yosi Avron (Technion, Haifa)
Alexei Borodin (Caltech,
Pasadena)
Jean Bourgain (IAS, Princeton)
David Damanik (Caltech, Pasadena)
E. Brian Davies (King's
College, London)
Percy Deift (Courant Institute, New
York)
Laszlo Erdös (University of Munich)
Charles Fefferman (Princeton
University)
Richard Froese (UBC, Vancouver)
Jürg Fröhlich (ETHZürich)
Christian Gerard (Université de Paris
Sud, Orsay)
Leonid Golinskii (Institute
of Low Temperatures, Kharkov)
Gian Michele Graf (ETHZürich)
George Hagedorn (Virginia Tech,
Blacksburg)
Evans Harrell (Georgia Tech, Atlanta)
Ira Herbst (University of Virginia,
Charlottesville)
Dirk Hundertmark (University of
Illinois, UrbanaChampaign)
Vojkan Jaksic (McGill University,
Montreal)
Svetlana Jitomirskaya (UC Irvine)
Sergey Khrushchev (Atilim
University, Ankara)
Rowan Killip (UCLA)
Alexander Kiselev (University of
Wisconsin, Madison)
Yoram Last (Hebrew University,
Jerusalem)
Peter Perry (University of Kentucky, Lexington)
William Reinhardt (University of
Washington, Seattle)
Lon Rosen (UBC, Vancouver)
Wilhelm Schlag (Caltech, Pasadena)
Vilmos Totik (USF,
Tampa; Bolyai Institute, University of Szeged)
Conference Lectures
will present mainly surveys of broad areas in mathematical physics and
analysis. In particular, the conference is
organized around a topic of the day with survey talks of some of Barry
Simon's work and typically several lectures on the state of the art of
various aspects of the principal subject on each day. The topics are
distributed as follows:
Monday:
Quantum Field Theory, Statistical Mechanics, and Random Matrix Theory
Tuesday:
General Nonrelativistic Quantum Mechanics, including NBody Systems and
Resonances
Wednesday: Nonrelativistic
Quantum Mechanics in Electric and Magnetic Fields; SemiClassical Limit
Thursday:
Singular Continuous Spectrum, Random and Ergodic Schrödinger
Operators
Friday: Orthogonal Polynomials;
NonSelfadjoint Spectral Theory
Poster Session.
In order to insure
adequate space for posters, please inform
Cherie Galvez
by March 20 of
your intention to present a poster. If there are too many posters suggested,
we may limit the days on which a given poster is shown.
Festschrift.
Preliminary agreement with the AMS has been reached to
publish a collection of survey articles on a wide array of areas close to
Barry Simon's research interests in their series
"Proceedings of Symposia in Pure Mathematics."
Sponsors.
Caltech's Center for the Mathematics of Information;
Caltech's Division of Physics, Mathematics, and Astronomy;
International
Association of Mathematical Physics;
International Union of Pure and Applied Physics;
National Science Foundation
We look
forward to seeing you in Pasadena.

