Analytic methods in Geometry: Quantum limits and H-infinity functional analysis.

24.01.2024, 14:00 - 16:00  –  Campus Golm, Building 9, Room 2.22 and via Zoom

Véronique Fischer (Bath), Lashi Bandara (Deakin Uni, Melbourne)

14:00 Véronique Fischer (Bath): Sub-Riemannian quantum limits.
Tea and Coffee Break
15:15 Lashi Bandara (Deakin Uni, Melbourne): Functional calculus, garnished with a little geometry.

Véronique Fischer (Bath): Sub-Riemannian quantum limits.
I will start with a short discussion on semi-classical analysis to introduce the concept of quantum limits. Then I will present an overview of subRiemannian geometry and the recent developments of spectral geometry in this context, especially regarding quantum limits.
Lashi Bandara (Deakin Uni, Melbourne): Functional calculus, garnished with a little geometry.
 Functional calculus, broadly speaking, is the ability to construct a function of a matrix or more generally, a linear operator. Starting with the Fourier series, I will present functional calculus, in particular the so-called "H infinity" functional calculus, motivated through geometric questions and applications. I will showcase a few problems which have been solved through this functional calculus and briefly touch on extensions motivated through interesting geometric questions.


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