WAVE Collaboration Annual Meeting 2022
The 2022 Simons Collaboration on Localization of Waves Annual Meeting will bring together world leading mathematicians and physicists whose work illuminates profound connections between disorder, geometric complexity, and the behavior of waves. The meeting will highlight how recent advances in mathematics yield important applications in physics involving wave localization. In particular, speakers will unveil groundbreaking results relating harmonic analysis and geometrical measure theory to cold atoms, nitride-based LEDs, and perovskites.
The meeting will be a place of exchange and discussion, and will also offer an opportunity to present new perspectives for the Localization of Waves project.
Detailed information can be found on the Simons Foundation event page.
Thursday, February 17
|9:30 AM||Svitlana Mayboroda | Localization of Waves: Director's Overview|
|11:00 AM||James S. Speck | Unraveling the Inner Working of GaN-Based Light-Emitting Diodes|
|1:00 PM||William D. Phillips | The Coldest Stuff in the Universe: From Quantum Clocks to Quantum Simulators|
|2:30 PM||Guy David | Estimates for the Number of Eigenvalues of a Schrödinger Operator|
|4:00 PM||Richard Friend | Static and Dynamic Disorder in Organic and Perovskite Semiconductors|
Friday, February 18
|9:30 AM||Camillo De Lellis | The Mumford–Shah Functional and Its Challenges|
|11:00 AM||Marcel Filoche | The Wigner–Weyl Approach to Wave Localization|
|1:00 PM||Hugo Duminil-Copin | A Perculation Perspective on Random Waves|