

Andrejewski Day Freiburg
The mathematics of quantum transport
Friday, May 18, 2012 AlbertLudwigsUniversität Freiburg
funded by the
Walter und Eva AndrejewskiStiftung
Invited keynote speakers:
Scientific Organizers:
This oneday workshop is dedicated to foster the scientific dialogue between mathematics and physics,
under the active participation of research students and young postdocs from both disciplines.
Solutions to many
challenging physical problems can be eased enormously through systematic mathematical insight, and physics
has the potential to open new perspectives for mathematical research. One of the currently blossoming
areas where such crossfertilization is equally desirable as timely is the field of quantum transport phenomena,
which defines this workshop's scientific focus. Four invited talks by internationally renowned scientists on
their research at the interface between mathematics and physics will approach this theme from various perspectives, reaching from differential operators and their spectral statistics over semiclassical methods to
field theory and open quantum systems. The invited lectures will be complemented by selected short talks and poster contributions by young researchers (on application).
Ample time will be given for informal discussions between and after the lecture sessions.
Program
If you wish to apply to participate, in particular if you wish to give a 15 minute short talk or to present
a poster, please
send your proposed title and abstract along with a short CV with research statement
arrange for a letter of recommendation to be sent
to the following email address:
buchleitner_office@physik.unifreiburg.de
Deadline for application: April 10, 2012
Location: AlbertLudwigsUniversität Freiburg, Institute of Physics, HermannHerderStr. 3
conference poster
