Bergman kernels in microlocal analysis and mathematical physics
Noyaux de Bergman en analyse microlocale et physique mathématique

7 – 11 November 2022

Organizing Committee
Comité d’organisation

Alix Deleporte (Université Paris-Saclay) – local organizer –
Michael Hitrik (University of California Los Angeles)
Johannes Sjöstrand (Université de Bourgogne)

The purpose of the five day workshop to be organized at CIRM is to provide a broad forum for researchers working on various aspects of Bergman kernels, primarily by means of microlocal techniques, to exchange ideas and to appraise the current status of the field

Le but de ce workshop de cinq jours au CIRM est d’offrir un large forum pour des chercheurs, travaillant sur des diverses aspects des noyaux de Bergman principalement avec des techniques micro-locales, d’échanger des idées et de contribuer à un tour d’horizon de ce domaine.


Tatyana Barron (University of Western Ontario)  Bergman kernels and entropy
Bo Berndtsson (Chalmers University)  Bergman kernels and entropy
Yannick Bonthonneau (CNRS, Université Sorbonne Paris Nord)   
Robert Chang (Reed College, Oregon)  Szego kernel asymptotics and complexified eigenfunctions on Grauert tubes
Laurent Charles (Sorbonne Université)   On Landau levels of magnetic Schrödinger operators on compact manifolds
Dan Coman (Syracuse University)   Holomorphic sections of line bundles vanishing along subvarieties (ZOOM)
Alix Deleporte (Université Paris-Saclay)     Imaginary time quantum evolution and geodesics in the space of Kähler metrics

Peter Ebenfelt (University of California San Diego)    Kähler Geometry and Obstruction Flat CR Manifolds
Håkan Hedenmalm (KTH Royal Institute of Technology)     Soft Riemann-Hilbert problems and planar orthogonal polynomials
Hamid Hezari (University of California, Irvine)    Mathematics of Steve Zelditch; ”Can one hear the shape of a drum? »
Chin-Yu Hsiao (Academia Sinica Taïwan)    Semi-classical Bergman kernel asymptotics on complex manifolds with boundary
Malo Jézéquel (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)     Upper bound on the number of resonances for asymptotically hyperbolic manifolds with real-analytic ends
Semyon Klevtsov (University of Strasbourg)   How many electrons can dance on a Riemann surface (and on CP 2 )
Zhiqin Lu (University of California, Irvine)     The spectrum of the Laplacian on forms over open manifolds
Xiaonan Ma (Université Paris Cité)     Superconnection and family Bergman kernels
Fabricio Macia (Polytechnic University of Madrid)  Eigenstates of perturbed harmonic oscillators
George Marinescu (University of Cologne)   Bergman kernels on punctured Riemann surfaces (ZOOM)
Malabika Pramanik (University of British Columbia)    Bergman kernels in several complex variables and harmonic analysis (ZOOM)
Nikhil Savale (University of Cologne)    Kähler-Einstein Bergman metrics on pseudoconvex domains of dimension two
Alejandro Uribe (University of Michigan)   Non-Hermitian propagation of wave packets and the complexification of Ham (ZOOM)
San Vũ Ngọc (Université Rennes 1)     Microlocal analysis of Landau levels in 2D
Martin Vogel (Universite de Strasbourg)
Hang Xu (University of California, San Diego)   On some analytic and geometric aspects of obstruction flat hypersurfaces
Maciej Zworski (University of California, Berkeley)   Twisted bilayer graphene and complex line bundles