The Mathematics of Quantum Disordered Systems

December 15 - 19, 2014

Euler International Mathematical Institute, St. Petersburg, Russia


The goal of the conference is to get together top specialists on the mathematics of random quantum systems (disordered operators, spectra of random graphs, random matrices, etc). The fields have been evolving quickly. A number of important new results have been obtained in the last five years (spectral statistics of random matrices and random Schrödinger operators, new spectral types for random Schrödinger operators on trees, new results on localization, the study of interacting systems, etc). The conference is meant to provide the audience with an overview of state of the art in the field and to foster collaborations within a field which has a large scope and broad interconnections.

The conference is a part of the Lamé Chair project in mathematics, launched jointly by the Embassy of France in Russia, Hadamard Mathematical Foundation and the Chebyshev Lab
at St. Petersburg State University

The conference is supported by:

"HOME TOWNS" - social investment programme of Gazprom Neft
The Chebyshev Laboratory

Russian Foundation for Basic Research

The venue of the conference is the Euler Mathematical Institute: http://www.pdmi.ras.ru/EIMI/.

Organising committee:

F. Klopp, A. Fedotov, T.Vinogradova, N.Zalesskaya

List of participants:

* confirmed by 30 October

  • Djalil Chafaï, Université Paris-Dauphine
  • Alexander Elgart, Virginia Tech
  • Peter Hislop, University of Kentucky
  • Francisco Hoecker-Escuti, TU Hamburg-Harburg
  • Abel Klein, University of California, Irvine
  • Frédéric Klopp, Université Pierre et Marie Curie
  • Peter Müller, Universität München
  • Fumihiko Nakano, Gakushuin University
  • Leonid Pastur, Institute for Low Temperature Physics
  • Constanza Rojas-Molina, Universität München
  • Christian Sadel, Institute of Science and Technology, Austria
  • Christopher Shirley, Université Pierre et Marie Curie
  • Alexander Soshnikov, University of California, Davis
  • Martin Tautenhahn, Technische Universität Chemnitz
  • Martin Vogel, Université de Bourgogne