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Spring school on asymptotic methods and applications


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22nd March 2021 to 26th March 2021
Ines Aniceto

Workshop theme:

The aim of the spring school will be to deliver the state of the art in advanced asymptotic methods to a younger generation of mathematical scientists and theoretical physicists. There will be 5 lecture courses of 3 hours each, and complemented by tutorial sessions, on the following topics:

1. Stokes phenomena: from Dingle to exponential asymptotics

2. Resurgence in Differential Equations, and Effective Summation Methods

3. Exponential asymptotics for physical applications

4.  WKB, eigenvalue problems and quantisation in QM

5.  Ecalle’s theory of resurgence


The lecturers include Adri Olde Daalhuis, Chris J. Howls, Gerald Dunne, Philippe Trinh, Gokce Basar and Daniele Dorigoni.

Given the current restrictions on movement, due to the ongoing pandemic, the INI intends to run this workshop virtually across 5 days. All talks and discussion sessions will be available virtually.


Deadline for applications: 14th March 2021

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