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

NEW! Tokyo-Berkeley Workshop on Partial Differential Equations and Mathematical Physics, January 2017.
In the Spring of 2017 I am teaching:

  • Math 53: Multivariable calculus

  • Math 205: Functions of one complex variable
  • 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 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.