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Summer Graduate School

Seminaire de Mathematiques Superieures 2015: Geometric and Computational Spectral Theory June 15, 2015 - June 26, 2015
Location: Montreal, Canada
Organizers Alexandre Girouard (Laval University), Dmitry Jakobson (McGill University), Michael Levitin (University of Reading), Nilima Nigam (Simon Fraser University), Iosif Polterovich (Université de Montréal), Frederic Rochon (Université du Québec à Montréal)
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The lectures will focus on the following four topics: geometry of eigenvalues, geometry of eigenfunctions, spectral theory on manifolds with singularities and computational spectral theory. There has been a number of remarkable recent developments in these closely related fields. The goal of the school is to shed light on different facets of modern spectral theory and to provide a unique opportunity for graduate students and young researchers to get a “big picture” of this rapidly evolving area of mathematics. A particularly novel aspect of the school is the emphasis on the interactions between spectral geometry and computational spectral theory.

Principal Speakers:

Gregory Berkolaiko (Texas A&M) 
Dorin Bucur (Chambéry)
Bruno Colbois (Neuchâtel)
Chen Greif (UBC)
Daniel Grieser (Oldenburg)
Colin Guillarmou (ENS)
Bernard Helffer (Paris-Sud)
Guido Kanschat (Heidelberg)
Richard Melrose (MIT)
Richard Schoen (Stanford)
Mikhail Sodin (Tel Aviv)
Alexander Strohmaier (Loughborough)

For eligibility and how to apply, see the Summer Graduate Workshop homepage