Topological invariants through scattering theory and noncommutative geometry
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Contact:
Serge Richard (richard@math.nagoyau.ac.jp), Rm. 237 in Sci. Bldg. A, Nagoya University

Aim :
1) Study topological properties of surface states through scattering theory and noncommutative geometry
2) Provide a challenging environment where students can learn current physics and mathematics simultaneously

Members :
S. Richard (PI), Graduate school of mathematics, Nagoya University
Y. Kawaguchi, Department of applied physics, Nagoya University
Y. Tanaka, Department of applied physics, Nagoya University
H. Moriyoshi, Graduate school of mathematics, Nagoya University

Students involved in the research program :
D. Parra (Postdoc), Santiago de Chili
H. Inoue (M2), Graduate school of mathematics, Nagoya University
S. Voleti (U4), Department of applied physics, G30 program, Nagoya University
D. Cong Bui (U3), Department of automotive engineering, G30 program, Nagoya University

Invitations to Nagoya :
K. Iohara, from Nov. 8 to Nov 11, 2017
R. Tiedra de Aldecoa, from Jan. 23 to Feb. 17, 2018
D. Parra, from Jan. 29 to Feb. 12, 2018
F. Nicoleau, from Feb. 18 to Mar. 24, 2018
J.C. Cuenin, from Feb. 18 to Mar. 3, 2018

Supported or partially supported outcomes :
1) Publications:
S. Richard, A. Suzuki, R. Tiedra de Aldecoa,
Quantum walks with an anisotropic coin II: scattering theory, submitted
H. Inoue, S. Richard,
Index theorems for Fredholm, semiFredholm, and almost periodic operators: all in one example, submitted
J. Derezinski, S. Richard,
On radial Schroedinger operators with a Coulomb potential, submitted
2) Posters:
H. Inoue,
Index theorem in scattering theory: the case infinity = infinity !
3) Conferences and Workshops:
Himeji conference on partial differential equations, February 21  22, 2018.
Program:
Eng.,
Jap.
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