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Operational method of solution of linear non-integer ordinary and partial differential equations
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Fourier Integral Operators and Partial Differential Equations
Request Username Can't sign in? Spectral theory and partial differential equations stand at a meeting point of several different parts of mathematics and physics. Within mathematics it links spectral properties of elliptic and parabolic operators to the geometry and topology of the underlying manifold. Some of the fundamental problems of spectral theory have been quite well understood. These include, for instance, the relation between the asymptotic properties of various spectral quantities spectral counting function, heat content and heat trace functions and the geometry of the underlying manifold, the general properties of periodic and magnetic operators etc.
On the other hand certain questions of spectral geometry e.
Many of these questions have important applications in physics solid state physics, statistical physics, large particle systems, quantum mechanics, photonic crystals. The aim of the programme is to focus the expertise in Spectral Theory on the issues mentioned above and incite useful collaborations involving mathematicians from the UK and other countries.
The following is the list of people who have so far agreed to be participants on the Programme; M. Ashbaugh, R. Banuelos, M. Birman, E.
Differential Equations - Terminology
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