MCQM21 Third School and Workshop

Mathematical Challenges in Quantum Mechanics

Como, Italy -- June 14 - 19, 2021

Aim and Scopes

The aim of the meeting is to present the state of the art in some challenging open problems in Quantum Mechanics from the point of view of Mathematical Physics. It is addressed to young people interested in working on the subject but also to experienced researchers willing to exchange the newest ideas and methods in the field. Among the topics covered: spectral and scattering theory for Schrödinger operators, effective behavior in many particles quantum systems, Bose-Einstein condensation, nonlinear Schrödinger equation, semiclassical analysis, numerical analysis of quantum systems, quantum graphs.


Three courses of 6 hours will be given in a series of lectures scheduled in the morning of each day. In the afternoon short contributed talks will be given by young participants, followed by plenary talks given by invited speakers.


A financial support covering accommodation expenses will be available for a limited number of young participants.

Courses

Charles Fefferman (Princeton University) & Michael I. Weinstein (Columbia University)

Continuum Models of Graphene and Analogous Materials


Ari Laptev (Imperial College London)

Spectral Theory and its Applications


Eric Séré (Université Paris-Dauphine)

A Rigorous Approach to some Nonlinear Models from Relativistic Quantum Mechanics

Plenary Talks


Eric Carlen (Rutgers University)(*)


Nicolas Gisin (Université de Genève)(*)


Stéphane Nonnenmacher (Université Paris-Sud)(*)


Marcello Porta (Universität Tübingen)


Robert Seiringer (IST Austria)(*)


Simone Warzel (Technische Universität München)(*)


(*) to be confirmed



Insubria University

Insubria International Summer/Winter School

University of Milan Bicocca

IAMP

International Association of

Mathematical Physics

Sponsors

University of Naples

Federico II

Gruppo Nazionale di

Fisica Matematica

Gruppo Nazionale per l'Analisi Matematica, la Probabilità e le loro Applicazioni

Laboratorio Ypatia

di Scienze Matematiche