Nalini Anantharaman (IRMA, University of Strasbourg, France) Zygmund-Calderon lectures on November 12 and 13
A hundred years ago, Einstein wondered about quantization conditions for classically ergodic systems. His 1917 paper may be considered to be the starting point of the field of ``quantum chaos''. Although a mathematical description of the spectrum of Schrödinger operators associated to ergodic classical dynamics is still missing, a lot of progress has been made on the delocalization of the associated eigenfunctions.
News and Announcements
Meet Our Students (Nov 5, 2018)
Meet some of the incredible students pursuing graduate degrees in the physical sciences.
A Proof About Where Symmetries Can't Exist (Aug 22, 2018)
Quantamagazine article regarding Zimmer's conjecture
André Neves named as Simons Investigator (Jul 9, 2018)
André Neves is one of three mathematicians who have been named as 2018 Simons Investigators. These awards are for five years, and provide $100,000 per year.
2018 PSD and Departmental Teaching Prizes Awarded (May 18, 2018)
Please join us in congratulating all of the graduate students who have earned teaching awards this year! The recipients of Lawrence and Josephine Graves Prize for excellence in undergraduate teaching for 2018 are Mathilde Gerbelli-Gauthier, Yu Li, and Karl Schaeffer, and the Physical Sciences Collegiate Division Prize for excellence in undergraduate teaching for 2018 has been awarded to Benjamin O'Connor.