A conference series "Mathematical Results in Quantum Theory" (or QMath) was initiated by P. Exner and P. Seba in 1987. The aim is not only to bring together people interested in the "quantum part" of mathematical physics, but also to stimulate a search of new quantum effects and a deeper understanding of quantum physics, as well as the development of methods which can help in situations where the standard quantum mechanical tools are inadequate. Up to now there have been twelve meetings, the thirteenth is to be held at the Georgia Institute of Technology during October 8-11, 2016.
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- Federico Bonetto, Georgia Institute of Technology
- David Borthwick, Emory University
- Evans Harrell, Georgia Institute of Technology
- Michael Loss, Georgia Institute of Technology
- Gregory Berkolaiko, Texas A&M University
- Rupert Frank, California Institute of Technology
- Vieri Mastropietro, Università di Milano
- Bruno Nachtergaele, University of California, Davis
- Mary Beth Ruskai, University of Vermont
- Simone Warzel, Technische Universität München
- Quantum mechanics with random features: Gunter Stolz and Simone Warzel.
- Quantum mechanics on graphs and similar structures: Gregory Berkolaiko, David Krejcirik and Delio Mugnolo.
- Many-body systems and statistical mechanics : Vieri Mastropietro and Benjamin Schlein .
- New mathematical topics arising in current theoretical physics: Bruno Nachtergale and Robert Seiringer.
- Quantum information : Christopher King, Renato Renner and Kristan Temme.
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