Spectral Theory
Network Conference III
This three day meeting took place in the University of Sussex on 1618 December 2002.
A .pdf fle containing a timetable together with a full list of participants and all talk abstracts is available to download (92Kb). For further details please email Dr BM Brown.
 G Rozenblioum (Göteborg, Sweden) : Eigenvalue asymptotics for very weakly perturbed Schrödinger and Dirac operators with a constant magnetic field
 DM Elton (HeriotWatt) : Eigenvalue asymptotics for the periodically perturbed harmonic oscillator with applications to the spectrum of the two dimensional Schrödinger operator with constant magnetic field and periodic electric potential
 M Levitin (HeriotWatt) : Spectral pollution and secondorder relative spectra
 EB Davies (Kings London): Spectral Pollution
 F Klopp (Université ParisNord) : Complex tunneling and Lyapunov exponents for adiabatic quasiperiodic Schrödinger equation
 K Ball (UCL): Entropy jumps in the presence of a spectral gap
 N Jacob (Swansea) : The need of a spectral theory for nonsymmetric pseudodifferential operators without principal symbol : Meixnertype processes, NIGtype processes and Cauchytype processes
 A Liskevich (Bristol) : On positive solutions to semilinear elliptic ineqialities in unbounded domains
 A Balinsky (Cardiff) : Hardy type inequalities for AharonovBohm magnetic potentials in punctured plane
 AP Veselov (Loughborough) : Integrable systems and spectral theory
 BM Brown (Cardiff): Sifting computed spectra of eigenvalue problems on exterior domains
 IG Graham (Bath) : Computation of eigenvalues of the linearised NavierStokes Equations
