Wave Localization Midscale Collaboration Meeting

Virtual Zoom Meeting — May 6, 2020

This meeting is by invitation only.

We will hold a scientific discussion on May 7th starting at 1pm CST.

The group will convene in the main meeting room, discuss topics, and assign participants to breakout rooms. Please let waveadmin@umn.edu know if you have any questions or concerns.

We are delighted to welcome the following speakers:

  •  10:00 am — 11:00 am CST: Charles Smart, University of Chicago, ‘Anderson Localization and Unique Continuation’ (Session chair: Svitlana Mayboroda, University of Minnesota)
  • 11:00 am — Noon CST: Carlo Beenakker, University of Leiden, The Netherlands, ‘Localization Landscape For Dirac Fermions’ (Session chair: Marcel Filoche, École Polytechnique). View slides here — View video here
  • Noon – 1:00 pm: Break

Research Reports *10-minute presentations followed by 5 minutes of Q&A* (Session chair: Douglas Arnold, University of Minnesota)

  • 1:00 — 1:15 pm CST: Shiwen Zhang, University of Minnesota, ‘Landscape Theory For Discrete Schrödinger Operators.' View slides here — View video here
  • 1:15 — 1:30 pm CST: Wei Wang, University of Minnesota, ‘Practical Landscape Law for 1-D Tight-Binding Model.' View slides here
  • 1:30 — 1:45 pm CST: Abel Thayil, École Polytechnique, ‘Hopping Transport in Disordered Systems.' View slides here — View video here
  • 1:45 — 2:00 pm CST: Yun Liu, University of Cambridge, ‘Urbach Tail of Hybrid Perovskite from Localization Landscape.’ View slides here — View video here
  • 2:00 — 2:15 pm CST: Li Chen, MIT, ‘Landscape Net: an Application of the Landscape Theory in Machine Learning for Eigenvalue Counting.' View slides here — View video here
  • 2:15 — 2:30 pm: Break

Research Reports (Session chair: Marcel Filoche, École Polytechnique)

  • 2:30 — 2:45 pm CST: Claude Weisbuch, École Polytechnique / UC Santa Barbara, ‘Origin Of The Excess Voltages in Green LEDS Through Localisation Landscape Simulations’ — View slides here
  • 2:45 — 3:00 pm CST:  Jim Speck, UC Santa Barbara, ‘Progress in Vertical Transport Through Alloy Barriers - presented by Morteza Monavarian and Clayton Qwah 
    and an Update on other experimental activities
    .' View slides here — View video here
  • 3:00 — 3:15 pm CST: Alain Aspect, Institut d'optique Graduate School, ‘Cold Atoms In Disordered Potentials: State Of The Art and Connection To The Landscape Theory.' View slides here — Poster Link
  • 3:15 — 3:30 pm CST: Guy David, Université Paris-Sud, ‘Elliptic Measure Can Be Well Behaved Even On a Cantor Set.' View slides here — View video here
  • 3:30 — 4:00 pm CST: Discussion
  • 4:00 pm CST: END