Seminario de Teoría Espectral


2015-10-15
Rafael Benguria. Instituto de Fisica, PUC
Energia del Estado Fundamental de Un Sistema de Polarones
Sala 1 de la Facultad de Matemáticas UC a las 17:00 Hrs
2015-08-27
Rafael Tiedra de Aldecoa. P. Universidad Católica de Chile
Spectral and Scattering Properties At Thresholds for The Laplacian in a Half-Space With a Periodic Boundary Condition
Sala 1 de la Facultad de Matemáticas UC a las 17:00 Hrs.
2015-08-20
Rafael D. Benguria. Instituto de Física, PUC
The Brezis-Nirenberg Problem on S^n, in Spaces of Fractional Dimension
Sala 1 Facultad de Matemáticas UC - 17:00 Hrs.
2015-06-25
Marius Mantoiu. Universidad de Chile
On The Essential Spectrum.
Sala 1 a las 17:00 Hrs.
2015-04-30
Christian Sadel. Institute of Sience and Technology, Klosterneuburg, Austria
Anderson Transition At 2 Dimensional Growth Rate on Antitrees With Normalized Edge Weights
Sala 1 Facultad de Matemáticas 17:00 Hrs.
2014-10-09
Diomba Sambou. Facultad de Matemáticas, PUC
Lieb-Thirring Type Inequalities for Non Self-Adjoint Schrödinger Operators
Sala 1 Facultad de Matemáticas 17:00 Hrs.
2014-07-03
Manuel Larenas. Rutgers University.
Asymptotic Stability of Soliton States of Nonlinear Schrödinger Equations
Sala 1 Facultad de Matemáticas - 17:00 Hrs.
2014-05-29
Enrique Muñoz. Instituto de Física, PUC
Transporte Cuántico en Sistemas de Baja Dimensionalidad
Sala 1, Facultad de Matemáticas. - 17:00 Hrs.
2014-05-08
Yulia Karpeshina. University of Alabama At Birmingham, Usa
On Schroedinger Operator With Quasi-Periodic Potential in Dimension Two
Sala 1 - Facultad de Matemáticas - 17:00 Hrs.
2014-04-10
Rafael Tiedra de Aldecoa. Facultad de Matemáticas, PUC
Resolvent Expansions and Continuity of The Scattering Matrix At Embedded Thresholds
Sala 1 Facultad de Matemáticas - 17:00 hrs.
2014-03-27
Francisco Hoecker. Tu Chemnitz
Asintóticas de Lifschitz en la Red de Bethe
Sala 1 de la Facultad de Matemáticas - 17:00 hrs.
2013-12-19
Carlos Sing-Long. Stanford University
Risk estimation for regularized regression problems
Sala 1, Facultad de Matemáticas - 17:00 Hrs.
Abstract:
Abstract:
In many problems in science and engineering one wants to recover an object from incomplete information obtained from linear measurements. In practice the measurements are corrupted by noise and therefore exact recovery is not possible. When the underlying object has some a priori known structure, a popular approach is to use a regularized maximum likelihood estimator obtained by solving a convex optimization problem. The objective function consists of two terms, one that enforces data consistency, usually the likelihood, and another that enforces the known structure in the object. Typically this trade-off is controlled by a non-negative scalar multiplying the regularizer. This procedure yields a family of estimates parametrized by the value of this scalar. Intuitively,
2013-12-05
María Cristina Depassier. Facultad de Física, PUC
Pushed fronts with a cut-off: coupling the boundary layer to a variational principle
Sala 1, Facultad de Matemáticas - 17:00 Hrs.
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Abstract:
We study the change in the speed of pushed and bistable reaction diffusion fronts of the reaction diffusion equation in the presence of a small cut-off. We give explicit formulas for the shift in the speed for arbitrary reaction terms $f(u)$. The dependence of the speed shift on the cut-off parameter is a function of the front speed and profile in the absence of the cut-off. In order to determine the power law dependence of the speed shift on the cut-off parameter we solve the leading order approximation to the front profile $u(z)$ in the neigborhood of the leading edge and use a variational principle for the speed. We apply the general formula to the Nagumo equation and recover the results which have been obtained recently by geometr
2013-11-28
David Krejcirik. Nuclear Physics Institute, Czech Academy of Sciences
The improved decay rate for the heat semigroup with local magnetic field in the plane
Sala 1 - Facultad de Matemáticas - 17:0 Hrs.
Abstract:
Abstract:
We consider the heat equation in the presence of compactly supported magnetic field in the plane. We show that the magnetic field leads to an improvement of the decay rate of the heat semigroup by a polynomial factor with power proportional to the distance of the total magnetic flux to the discrete set of flux quanta.

The proof employs Hardy-type inequalities due to Laptev and Weidl for the two-dimensional magnetic Schroedinger operator and the method of self-similar variables and weighted Sobolev spaces for the heat equation. A careful analysis of the asymptotic behavior of the heat equation in the similarity variables shows that the magnetic field asymptotically degenerates to an Aharonov-Bohm magnet
2013-11-21
Hanne Van Den Bosch. Catholic University of Louvain y Facultad de Física, PUC
Phase transitions in PCA and associated mean field models
Sala 1 Facultad de Matemáticas - 17:00 Hrs.
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Abstract:
Probabilistic cellular automata (PCA) are a special kind of Markov chains that are studied in mathematical physics and computer science. In these models both space and time are discretized, which allows for a simple formulation and easy numerical simulation. In spite of this apparent simplicity, PCA feature a wide variety of interesting phenomena. In particular, the competition between random noise and some deterministic transition rule may give rise to two opposed types of long term behavior : ergodicity when all information about the initial condition disappears as time tends to infinity, versus non-ergodicity when the asymptotic state depends on the initial condition. The transition between both regimes is called a dynamical phase t
2013-11-14
Rafael del Rio. Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
Spectra of Random Operators with absolutely continuous Integrated Density of States
Sala 1 Facultad de Matemáticas - 17:00 Hrs.
Abstract:

Abstract
The talk will be about the structure of the spectrum of random operators. Basic definitions about random operators will be reviewed and it will be show that if the density of states measure of some subsets of the spectrum is zero, then these subsets are empty. In particular it follows that absolute continuity of the IDS implies singular spectra of ergodic operators is either empty or of positive measure. Our results apply to Anderson and alloy type models, perturbed Landau Hamiltonians,almost periodic potentials and models which are not ergodic.

2013-11-14
Rafael del Rio. Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
Spectra of Random Operators with absolutely continuous Integrated Density of States
Sala 1 Facultad de Matemáticas - 17:00 Hrs.
Abstract:

Abstract
The talk will be about the structure of the spectrum of random operators. Basic definitions about random operators will be reviewed and it will be show that if the density of states measure of some subsets of the spectrum is zero, then these subsets are empty. In particular it follows that absolute continuity of the IDS implies singular spectra of ergodic operators is either empty or of positive measure. Our results apply to Anderson and alloy type models, perturbed Landau Hamiltonians,almost periodic potentials and models which are not ergodic.

2013-09-26
Rafael Tiedra. Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile
Commutator Methods for The Spectral Analysis of Time Changes of Horocycle Flows
Sala 1 Facultad de Matemáticas - 17:00 hrs.
2013-08-29
Rafael Tiedra de Aldecoa. Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile
The Absolute Continuous Spectrum of Skew Products of Compact Lie Groups
Sala 1 de la Facultad de Matemáticas - 17:00 Hrs.
2013-06-13
Serge Richard. Université Claude Bernard Lyon I
Index theorems in scattering theory: a first step towards crystals
Sala 1 - Facultad de Matemáticas - 17:00 Hrs.
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Resumen:
During this talk, we shall look at some possible extensions of the framework developed for a topological approach of Levinson’s theorem. One such extension would be to investigate crystals and their defects through scattering theory together with non commutative topology. As a first illustration of our aim, we shall recall the scattering theory for the Laplacian with a periodic boundary condition, and reinterpret this example in our setting.