BARRY SIMON
I.B.M. Professor of Mathematics and Theoretical Physics


Barry wins Poincaré Prize.   Citation  |  Photos  |  Laudatio

An historic picture from a conference, circa 1983

Corrected and extended 2nd printing of Schrödinger Operators with Application to Quantum Mechanics and Global Geometry by H. Cycon, R. Froese, W. Kirsch, and B. Simon is now available.

Click here for picture of Barry with Mike Reed (of Reed-Simon) at Reed's 65th birthday celebration, May 2007.

For Paul Nevai's review of Barry's OPUC book, click here.

Click here for a complete list of B. Simon's publications with links to MathSciNet and articles.
To subscribe to B. Simon's electronic preprint mailing list, click here.

For Barry's CV, click here.

For the web page of Barry's book on convexity, click here.

For the web page of Barry's book on Szegö's theorem, click here.

For the web page of Barry's OPUC book, click here.

For Program, Pictures, Video from SimonFest (held March, 2006), click here.

For picture of Swansea Honorary Fellowship (with Aubrey Truman, taken July 2006), click here.

A picture from the mid-80's


A.B., Harvard College, 1966
Ph.D. in Physics, Princeton University, 1970

B. Simon's Graduate Students (and some of their theses)

B. Simon's "Mentees"

Research Interests

Mathematical physics, especially Schrödinger operators

Selected Recent Publications

Selected Older Publications

 

Courses Taught

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Barry with a Calculus student's most powerful weapons 

Non-Caltech Items

 


Go to the Directory for mailing address, fax and telephone numbers, and e-mail address.

For paper submissions to Communications in Mathematical Physics, please submit to CommMathPhys@caltech.edu.

B. Simon's complete list of publications and co-authors

B. Simon's papers available from the arXiv.

Click here to get a listing of B. Simon's papers from the AMS MathSciNet with links to Mathematical Reviews.
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Schedule of mathematical physics seminars at Caltech

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