Invited Speakers (Last Updated June 20th)

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  • Dean Baskin - Texas A & M University The radiation field on product cones

  • Rafael Benguria- Universidad Católica de Chile

  • Yaiza Canzani -University of Norh Carolina Universal behavior of random linear combinations of Laplace eigenfunctions -

  • Robert Chang - - Northwestern University Log-scale equidistribution of zeros of quantum ergodic eigensections

  • Daniel Cibotaru - Universidade Federal do Ceará Morse Theory, The Maslov Spark and a Question of Quillen

  • Kiril Datchev - Purdue University Resolvent norms in the semiclassical limit

  • David dos Santos Ferreira- Université de Lorraine Resolvent Estimates for the Stationary Damped Wave Operator

  • Semyon Dyatlov - MIT Fractal uncertainty principle and applications

  • Jeffrey Galkowski - McGill University Fractal Weyl laws and wave decay for general trapping

  • Oran Gannot- Northwestern Uiversity Resolvent estimates for spacetimes bounded by Killing horizons

  • Colin Guillarmou - Université de Paris Sud Boundary rigidity in the asymptotically hyperbolic setting

  • Dietrich Häfner - Institut Fourier, Université de Grenoble I The spherically symmetric $SU(2)$ Yang-Mills field on the Schwarzschild metric

  • Luiz Hartmann - Universidade Federal de São Carlos Zeta-determinants of Sturm--Liouville operators with quadratic potentials at infinity

  • Peter Hislop - University of Kentucky Compactness of the set of iso-resonant potentials for Schr ̀ˆodinger operators in low dimensions

  • Andreas Kirsch - Karlsruhe Institute of Technology Scattering by a periodic layer

  • Antônio Leitão- Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina

  • Fábio Margotti - Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina A projection strategy for choosing the regularization parameter of the iterated Tikhonov method in Banach spaces

  • Luciano Mari - Scuola Normale Superiore, di Pisa The spectrum of the Laplacian on manifolds: some recent results

  • Gerardo Mendoza - Temple University Spectrally unstable domains

  • Wagner Muniz - Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina Recovering uniqueness in layer potential representations -- an inverse scattering perspective

  • José Ruidival Santos Filho - Universidade Federal de São Carlos On the uniquess of solutions for Kawahara type equations

  • Plamen Stefanov - Purdue University Local Boundary Rigidity

  • Jared Wunsch- Northwestern University The Schrödinger trace for the perturbed harmonic oscillator

  • Xuwen Zhu - Stanford University The deformation theory of constant curvature conical metrics