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About these proceedings
Microlocal analysis is a mathematical field that was invented for the detailed investigation of problems from partial differential equations in the mid-20th century and that incorporated and elaborated on many ideas that had originated in physics. Since then, it has grown to a powerful machine used in global analysis, spectral theory, mathematical physics and other fields, and its further development is a lively area of current mathematical research. This book collects extended abstracts of the conference 'Microlocal Methods in Mathematical Physics and Global Analysis', which was held at the University of Tübingen from June 14th to 18th, 2011.
global analysis microlocal analysis semiclassical limit singular spaces spectral theory