IMPRS Faculty: Ringvorlesung

Abstract

Part A by Angkana Rüland (25.10., 01.11., 08.11.,15.11.): The Calder'on Problem -- A Prototypical Inverse Problem

IMPRS student lecture (22.11. tbc)

Part B by Daniela Cadamuro (29.11., 06.12., 13.12. 20.12.): Scattering Theory
This course offers an introduction to the mathematical and foundational aspects of scattering theory in quantum mechanics. We consider the one-dimensional Schrödinger operator on the line with a multiplicative potential, and present some facts about both the forward and inverse scattering problems. In the first case one studies the properties of the scattering matrix (and of the Møller operators) depending on those of the potential, while in the second case one determines the potential from scattering data, such as the reflection coefficient. As an application, we consider the stability of "quantum inequalities" under scattering, which is relevant in physics, for example for the phenomenon of "quantum backflow".

IMPRS student lecture (10.01. tbc)

Part C by Matteo Smerlak (tbc: 17.01., 24.01., 31.01., 07.02. ): Evolutionary dynamics

Regular lectures: Winter semester 2019/2020

15.10.2019, 02:30