Speakers

Invited talks
Francois Bentosela  Bloch oscillations in semiconductor superlattices
Horia Cornean  On the Peierls Substitution for (Non)Constant, Weak Magnetic Fields
Pavel Exner  Narrowing channels, or Schroedinger operators mixing different dimensions
Dan Radu Grigore  Group theoretical aspects of the standard model in the causal approach; the Higgs sector
Bernard Helffer  On Harper's equation for the Kagome lattice
Ira Herbst  Decay of eigenfunctions of elliptic PDEs
Arne Jensen  Resolvent expansions for the discrete one dimensional Schroedinger operator
Alain Joye  Spectral Properties of NonUnitary Band Matrices
Calin Lazaroiu  Supersymmetry, foliated Gstructures and noncommutative geometry
ClaudeAlain Pillet  The Landauer Principle in quantum statistical mechanics
Emil Prodan  The NonCommutative Geometry of the Complex Classes of Topological Insulators
Erik Skibsted  Scattering theory on Riemannian manifolds
Jakob Yngvason  Incompressibility estimates for manybody wave functions in the Laughlin phase
This conference is part of the series of International Conferences dedicated
to Mathematical Models in Quantum Transport Theory:
1. Mathematical Models for Transport in Macroscopic and Mesoscopic Systems,
Bucharest, Romania, January 29  February 1, 2005
2. Quantum Transport and Excitations from Macro to Nanoscale, Aalborg,
Denmark, November 1113, 2005
3. Aspects mathematiques du transport dans les systemes mesoscopiques ,
Marseille, France, December 1820, 2006
4. Mathematical Models for Transport in Macroscopic and Mesoscopic Systems ,
WIAS Berlin, February 0710, 2008
5. Mathematical aspects of transport in mesoscopic systems , Dublin, Ireland,
December 47, 2008
6. Mathematical aspects of quantum transport and applications in nanophysics ,
Aalborg, Denmark, August 1013, 2009
7. Mathematical Challenges of Quantum Transport in NanoOptoelectronic
Systems , WIAS Berlin, February 0405, 2011

