The Calderón Problem For Schrödinger Operators
Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute Gatehouse
AbstractThe problem of determining the electrical conductivity of a body by making voltage and current measurements on the object's surface has various applications in fields such as oil exploration and early detection of malignant breast tumour. This classical problem posed by Calderón remained open until the late '80s when it was finally solved in a breakthrough paper by Sylvester-Uhlmann. In the recent years, geometry has played an important role in this problem. The unexpected connection of this subject to fields such as dynamical systems, symplectic geometry, and Riemannian geometry has led to some interesting progress. This talk will be an overview of some of the recent results and an outline of the techniques used to treat this problem. The work described here is partially supported by NSF Grant No. DMS-0807502, Academy of Finland Fellowship 256378, Vetenskapsradet 2012-3782
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