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In this talk we will discuss a new geodesic beam approach to understanding eigenfunction concentration. We characterize the features that cause an eigenfunction to saturate the standard supremum bounds in terms of the distribution of $L^{2}$ mass along geodesic tubes emanating from a point. We also show that the phenomena behind extreme supremum norm growth is identical to that underlying extreme growth of eigenfunctions when averaged along submanifolds. Using the description of concentration, we obtain quantitative improvements on the known bounds in a wide variety of settings.
In this talk we will discuss a new geodesic beam approach to understanding eigenfunction concentration. We characterize the features that cause an eigenfunction to saturate the standard supremum bounds in terms of the distribution of $L^{2}$ mass along geodesic tubes emanating from a point. We also show that the phenomena behind extreme supremum norm growth is identical to that underlying extreme growth of eigenfunctions when averaged along ...

35P20 ; 58J50 ; 53C22 ; 53C40 ; 53C21

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We discuss joint work with Doug Arnold, Guy David, Marcel Filoche and Svitlana Mayboroda. Consider the Neumann boundary value problem for the operator $L = divA\nabla + V$ on a Lipschitz domain $\Omega$ and, more generally, on manifolds with and without boundary. The eigenfunctions of $L$ are often localized, as a result of disorder of the potential $V$, the matrix of coefficients $A$, irregularities of the boundary, or all of the above. In earlier work, Filoche and Mayboroda introduced the function $u$ solving $Lu = 1$, and showed numerically that it strongly reflects this localization. In this talk, we deepen the connection between the eigenfunctions and this landscape function $u$ by proving that its reciprocal $1/u$ acts as an effective potential. The effective potential governs the exponential decay of the eigenfunctions of the system and delivers information on the distribution of eigenvalues near the bottom of the spectrum.
We discuss joint work with Doug Arnold, Guy David, Marcel Filoche and Svitlana Mayboroda. Consider the Neumann boundary value problem for the operator $L = divA\nabla + V$ on a Lipschitz domain $\Omega$ and, more generally, on manifolds with and without boundary. The eigenfunctions of $L$ are often localized, as a result of disorder of the potential $V$, the matrix of coefficients $A$, irregularities of the boundary, or all of the above. In ...

47A75 ; 81Vxx ; 81Q10 ; 35P20

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Multi angle  Cancellations in random nodal sets
Peccati, Giovanni (Auteur de la Conférence) | CIRM (Editeur )

I will discuss second order results for the length of nodal sets and the number of phase singularities associated with Gaussian random Laplace eigenfunctions, both on compact manifolds (the flat torus) and on subset of the plane. I will mainly focus on 'cancellation phenomena' for nodal variances in the high-frequency limit, with specific emphasis on central and non-central second order results.

Based on joint works with F. Dalmao, D. Marinucci, I. Nourdin, M. Rossi and I. Wigman.
I will discuss second order results for the length of nodal sets and the number of phase singularities associated with Gaussian random Laplace eigenfunctions, both on compact manifolds (the flat torus) and on subset of the plane. I will mainly focus on 'cancellation phenomena' for nodal variances in the high-frequency limit, with specific emphasis on central and non-central second order results.

Based on joint works with F. Dalmao, D. ...

60G60 ; 60D05 ; 60B10 ; 58J50 ; 35P20 ; 60F05

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Semiclassical methods have shown to be very efficient to get quantitative description of metastability of Langevin dynamics. In this talk we try to explain the main ideas of this approach in both reversible and non-reversible cases.

35P15 ; 35P20 ; 82C31 ; 35Q84 ; 47A75 ; 81Q60

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This talk is a continuation of ‘Understanding the growth of Laplace eigenfunctions’. We explain the method of geodesic beams in detail and review the development of these techniques in the setting of defect measures. We then describe the tools and give example applications in concrete geometric settings.

58C40 ; 35P20

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Given a quantum Hamiltonian, I will explain how the dynamical properties of the underlying classical Hamiltonian affect the behaviour of quantum eigenstates in the semiclassical limit. I will mostly focus on two opposite dynamical paradigms: completely integrable systems and chaotic ones. I will introduce tools from microlocal analysis and show how to use them in order to illustrate the classical-quantum correspondance and to compare properties of completely integrable and chaotic systems.
Given a quantum Hamiltonian, I will explain how the dynamical properties of the underlying classical Hamiltonian affect the behaviour of quantum eigenstates in the semiclassical limit. I will mostly focus on two opposite dynamical paradigms: completely integrable systems and chaotic ones. I will introduce tools from microlocal analysis and show how to use them in order to illustrate the classical-quantum correspondance and to compare properties ...

81Q50 ; 37N20 ; 35P20 ; 58J51 ; 58J50 ; 37D40

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Given a quantum Hamiltonian, I will explain how the dynamical properties of the underlying classical Hamiltonian affect the behaviour of quantum eigenstates in the semiclassical limit. I will mostly focus on two opposite dynamical paradigms: completely integrable systems and chaotic ones. I will introduce tools from microlocal analysis and show how to use them in order to illustrate the classical-quantum correspondance and to compare properties of completely integrable and chaotic systems.
Given a quantum Hamiltonian, I will explain how the dynamical properties of the underlying classical Hamiltonian affect the behaviour of quantum eigenstates in the semiclassical limit. I will mostly focus on two opposite dynamical paradigms: completely integrable systems and chaotic ones. I will introduce tools from microlocal analysis and show how to use them in order to illustrate the classical-quantum correspondance and to compare properties ...

81Q50 ; 37N20 ; 35P20 ; 58J51 ; 58J50 ; 37D40

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