UK Workshop on Spectral Theory

Home > UK Workshop on Spectral Theory

UK Workshop on Spectral Theory

 09 - 13 Sep 2024

ICMS, Bayes Centre, Edinburgh


Deadline for applications has now passed, no late applications will be accepted

Scientific Organisers

  • Sabine Boegli , Durham University
  • Matteo Capoferri , Heriot-Watt University
  • Jean­-Claude Cuenin , Loughborough University
  • Katie Gittins , Durham University


We are aware of a number of current scams targeting participants at ICMS workshops in relation to registration or accommodation bookings. If you are approached by a third party (eg, Conference Committee or Royal Visit) asking for booking or payment details, please ignore.
Please remember:
i) ICMS never uses third parties to do our administration for events: messages will come directly from ICMS staff
ii) ICMS will never ask participants for credit card or bank details
iii) If you have any doubt about an email you receive please get in touch
Speaker names have been temporarily removed from this webpage to avoid further targeting by accommodation and registration scammers’ 

Spectral Theory in the UK has a longstanding history, encompassing the influential works of scientists such as Titchmarsh, Born and Dirac. It naturally sits at the crossroads of numerous branches of mathematics, from the very pure to the more applied side of the subject, including but not limited to operator theory, analysis of PDEs, harmonic analysis, differential geometry, numerical analysis, number theory and mathematical physics.

Research in Spectral Theory is currently expanding rapidly on multiple fronts and experiencing worldwide growth. By bringing together leading experts in the field from all around the world, this workshop will provide an effective environment for exchanging ideas, developing new collaborations, and inspiring future generations in the field, building upon the rich and diverse research landscape in Spectral Theory in the UK.

This workshop is one of the central activities of the UK Spectral Theory Network, supported by the Isaac Newton Institute. As such, it will feature several contributed talks by Early Career Researchers and have a strong commitment to promoting diversity in Mathematics.

This workshop is organised in partnership with the Clay Mathematics Institute. 

Public Lecture 

Dmitri Vassiliev (UCL)

Sponsors and Funders:

  • Glasgow
  • title=
  • Engineering
  • Clay