The workshop aims to be a brief overview of recent trends and results in spectral problems arising in mathematical physics where geometry plays a crucial role. Among the variety of recently studied models coming from classical as well as quantum physics, the workshop will focus on optimisation problems in non-standard settings such as unbounded geometries, singular interactions, Robin boundary conditions with "wrong" sign, non-Euclidean metrics, etc.
The workshop will consist of talks delivered by leading research experts at different stages in their careers. The organisers hope to have additional participants, whether it be other leading experts or young researchers with potential.
|Dorin Bucur||Eigenvalue asymptotics in domains punctured by a small disk centered on the nodal line|
|Antoine Henrot||The concavity exponent of the first eigenvalue|
|David Krejcirik||Large-time behaviour of the heat equation: subcriticality versus criticality|
|Vladimir Lotoreichik||A functional inequality related to the delta' interaction on non-closed curves (SOLVED by Monique Dauge)|
|Konstantin Pankrashkin||A Sobolev-type inequality in the exterior of convex domains|
|Nicolas Raymond||Existence of eigenvalues of the p-Laplacian in curved strips|
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