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Spectral asymptotics for manifolds with cylindrical ends

Tanya ChristiansenMaciej Zworski — 1995

Annales de l'institut Fourier

The spectrum of the Laplacian on manifolds with cylindrical ends consists of continuous spectrum of locally finite multiplicity and embedded eigenvalues. We prove a Weyl-type asymptotic formula for the sum of the number of embedded eigenvalues and the scattering phase. In particular, we obtain the optimal upper bound on the number of embedded eigenvalues less than or equal to r 2 , 𝒪 ( r n ) , where n is the dimension of the manifold.

Elementary linear algebra for advanced spectral problems

Johannes SjöstrandMaciej Zworski — 2007

Annales de l’institut Fourier

We describe a simple linear algebra idea which has been used in different branches of mathematics such as bifurcation theory, partial differential equations and numerical analysis. Under the name of the Schur complement method it is one of the standard tools of applied linear algebra. In PDE and spectral analysis it is sometimes called the Grushin problem method, and here we concentrate on its uses in the study of infinite dimensional problems, coming from partial differential operators of mathematical...

Control for Schrödinger operators on 2-tori: rough potentials

Jean BourgainNicolas BurqMaciej Zworski — 2013

Journal of the European Mathematical Society

For the Schrödinger equation, ( i t + ) u = 0 on a torus, an arbitrary non-empty open set Ω provides control and observability of the solution: u t = 0 L 2 ( 𝕋 2 ) K T u L 2 ( [ 0 , T ] × Ω ) . We show that the same result remains true for ( i t + - V ) u = 0 where V L 2 ( 𝕋 2 ) , and 𝕋 2 is a (rational or irrational) torus. That extends the results of [1], and [8] where the observability was proved for V C ( 𝕋 2 ) and conjectured for V L ( 𝕋 2 ) . The higher dimensional generalization remains open for V L ( 𝕋 n ) .

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