The Home Page of Maciej Zworski

Maciej Zworski

Professor of Mathematics




Mathematics Department

University of California, Berkeley


Office: 801 Evans Hall

Fax: (510) 642-8204






In 2017/2018 I am enjoying a sabbatical year
  • Graduate Students


  • Postdoctoral Researchers



    In the Fall of 2004 and in the Spring of 2011 I enjoyed my two sabbatical semesters.



    ''Semiclassical Analysis'' Graduate Studies in Mathematics 138, AMS

    NEW! Errata

    The schedule of Bay Area Microlocal Analysis Seminar (BAMAS) can be found here.


    The schedule of The Paris/Berkeley/Bonn/Zurich Analysis Seminar can be found here.



    Information about journals with which I am affiliated can be found below.

  • Analysis & PDE
  • American Journal of Mathematics
  • Applied Mathematics Research eXpress
  • Methods and Applications of Analysis

  • I study mathematical aspects of quantum mechanics, more specifically scattering theory and microlocal analysis. CV.


    Some recent talks:

  • Fractal Weyl laws in chaotic scattering , RES04, January 2004.
  • Control theory and high energy eigenfunctions, (with Nicolas Burq), Forges-les-eaux, June 2004. Here is the short note for the proceedings.
  • Fractal Weyl laws for open quantum maps , SCATT05, March 2005.
  • Quantum decay rates in chaotic scattering , Talk at Ecole Polytechnique, May 2006.
  • Soliton scattering by delta impurities , Colloque EDP Evian-les-Bains, June 2006.
  • What are the residues of resolvents of Laplacians on symmetric spaces? , Summers School: Microlocal and Geometric Methods in Representation Theory, July 2006.
  • Quantum decay rates in chaotic scattering (with Stéphane Nonnenmacher), AMS National Meeting, New Orleans, January 2007.
  • Quantum chaos in scattering theory Colloquium talks 2006/08 at First Joint CMS/SMM Meeting , Northwestern, Univ. of North Carolina, and Univ. of Washington.
  • Soliton Home Movies, a popular talk for prospective graduate students (a reasonably decent PDF viewer might be needed to see the movies)

  • A minicourse at The Summer Graduate Worskhop on Inverse Problems, July 2009: I, II, III, IV, V.

  • Two solitons in an external field, Colloque Franco-Tunisien d'EDP, Hammamet, 2009.

  • Mathematics of quantum resonances, The Joint BMC/BAMC Meeting of 2010.

  • Semiclassical scattering and applications, Colloquium, Stanford, January 2011.

  • Solitons in external fields, Séminaire EDP, Ecole Polytechnique/IHES, February 2011.

  • From classical to quantum and back, Colloquium at Banach Center Warsaw and at Purdue University.

  • Linear vs chaotic, talk at 2016 Breakthrough Prize Symposium: A Multilingual Conversation in Science.

    Theory and computation of resonances in 1d scattering: David Bindel's website (still in progress and developing) with his easy-to-use MATLAB codes for computations of resonances.

    NEW!   Mathematical theory of scattering resonances, version 0.03,   book in progress with Semyon Dyatlov.


    My 1999-2008 papers can be found here.


    My more recent papers can be found below.