Weyl laws for singular potentials

Julien Sabin
Location
Angers
Date and time
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Conference - Multiscale problems in mathematical physics

Weyl laws provide the asymptotics of the eigenvalue counting function (as well as its pointwise density) of the discrete spectrum of some Schrödinger operators. In this talk I will explain how the introduction of a singular potential influences these asymptotics. This is a joint work with Rupert Frank (Caltech/Munich).