Quantum Ergodicity - Basic Ideas and Recent Developments
Lund, 22nd - 24th January 2004
Stefan Keppeler (Lund),
Andrei Khrennikov (Växjö) and
Jörg Schmeling (Lund)
Quantum ergodicity deals with the asymptotic equidistribution of
eigenfunctions of quantum systems with ergodic classical limit.
As such the subject has close links to questions
in both mathematics and physics, e.g.
quantum chaos, localization/scarring, quasi modes,
semiclassical time evolution, and number theory,
which were covered by the different contributions.
The workshop consisted of two mini courses (3 hours each)
introducing the subject
of quantum ergodicity from both a physics and a mathematics perspective
(given by Arnd Bäcker and Pär Kurlberg, respectively), as well
as research talks on recent developments.
Thus it was also aimed at an audience of advanced students and
researchers who were not experts in the field (yet ;-).
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Participants: (click to enlarge)
Many thanks to Arnd for gimping ;-)
Last modified: Feb 2 2004