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Haruya MIZUTANI

Email haruya(@math.sci.osaka-u.ac.jp)
Research
Partial differential equations
Keywords Schrödinger equation, semiclassical analysis, microlocal analysis, scattering theory
Office Science Building B-536 (Toyonaka Campus)
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The Schrödinger equation is the fundamental equation of physics for describing quantum mechanical behavior. I am working on the mathematical theory of the Schrödinger equation and my research interest includes scattering theory, semiclassical analysis, spectral theory, geometric microlocal analysis and so on. My current research has focused on various estimates such as decay or Strichartz inequalities, which describe dispersive or smoothing properties of solutions and are fundamental for studying linear and nonlinear dispersive equations. In particular, I am interested in understanding quantitatively the influence of the geometry of associated classical mechanics on the behavior of quantum mechanics, via such inequalities.