34th Annual Western States
Mathematical Physics Meeting

February 15 & 16, 2016
Room: 151 Sloan

CONFIRMED SPEAKERS


 

  • Michael Bishop (UC Davis)
    Gap Dependency on Half Spaces in the Product Vacua and Boundary State models     Abstract

  • Jürg Fröhlich (IAS & ETH Zürich)
    The Arrow of Time     Abstract

  • Younghun Hong (UT Austin)
    Global well-posedness of the NLS system for infinitely many fermions     Abstract

  • Mihaela Ifrim (UC Berkeley)
    Water waves in holomorphic coordinates     Abstract

  • Paul Jung (UAB)
    Levy Khintchine random matrices     Abstract

  • Abel Klein (UC Irvine)
    Eigensystem multiscale analysis for the Anderson model     Abstract

  • Roman Kotecky (University of Warwick)
    Metastability for the Widom-Rowlinson model     Abstract

  • Wencai Liu (UC Irvine)
    Sharp spectral transitions and exact asymptotics of the eigenfunctions and transfer matrices for the almost Mathieu operator     Abstract

  • Pieter Naaijkens (UC Davis)
    Data hiding, quantum dimension, and Jones index     Abstract

  • Braxton Osting (University of Utah)
    Dirichlet graph partitions     Abstract

  • Alexander Pushnitski (King's College London)
    Hankel operators for mathematical physicists     Abstract

  • Raphael Ribeiro (UC Irvine)
    Uniform semiclassical approximations for fermionic systems     Abstract

  • Pierre-Francois Rodriguez (UCLA)
    On the geometry of gradient fields     Abstract

  • Julien Sabin (Paris-Sud)
    Spectral properties of the Fourier restriction operator     Abstract

  • Axel Saenz (UC Davis)
    On the completeness of the Bethe ansatz for the periodic ASEP model.     Abstract

  • David Sattinger (University of Arizona)
    On the Universality of Maxwell's Equations     Abstract

  • Laura Shou (Caltech)
    Subcritical energies for quasi-periodic operators with trigonometric potentials     Abstract

  • Omer Tamuz (Caltech)
    Zero temperature Ising dynamics on odd degree graphs     Abstract

  • Tom VandenBoom (Rice University)
    Time Almost-Periodicity of Solutions of the Toda Flow     Abstract

  • Valentin Zagrebnov (Institut de Mathématiques de Marseille & Université d'Aix-Marseille)
    Product Formula Approximation for (Non-) Autonomous Cauchy Problems     Abstract


  • For information and registration, please contact
    Rupert Frank rlfrank@caltech.edu.
    or
    Gang Zhou gzhou@caltech.edu.
    Recommended registration fee is $10 (graduate students exempt).
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