Microlocal analysis is an extremely active contemporary research topic. Although initially developed as a tool to solve linear partial differential equations, its influence is increasingly felt in a diverse range of fields, as illustrated for example by Hintz and Vasy’s recent proof of global nonlinear stability of the Kerr-de Sitter family of spacetimes in general relativity, or the recent applications of microlocal analysis to dynamical systems, led by advances due to Faure, Tsujii, Dyatlov, Zworski, and many others.
This workshop will bring together many of the leading international players to present the latest developments, and aims to provide the best possible environment for participants to plan new collaborations and new research directions.
- Andrew Hassell (Analysis & Geometry, MSI, Australian National University)
- Jesse Gell-Redman (Analysis, University of Melbourne)