Ruelle-Pollicott Resonances in dynamics and semiclassical analysis- Friday 10:00-12:00 - BigBlueButton
(organised by V. Baladi, C. Guillarmou, and M. Tsujii)
Friday February 19, 10:00-10:45
Title: Ruelle-Taylor resonances for \R^r-Anosov actions
Abstract: Given a compact manifold M with an Anosov action of
higher rank we introduce a discrete resonance spectrum which
generalizes the notion of Ruelle resonances for Anosov flows
to higher rank actions. The construction of this spectrum
is based on the notion of Taylor spectra for commuting operators.
In the special case that the Anosov action is a Weyl chamber flow I will
sketch how the Ruelle Taylor resonances can be related to the joint
eigenvalues of the commuting (quantum) differential operators on the
corresponding locally symmetric space and what can be learn
from such a correspondance about the spectrum of Ruelle Taylor resonances.
This is based on joint work with Yannick Guedes-Bonthonneau, Colin Guillarmou, Joachim Hilgert and Lasse Wolf.
Friday February 19, 11:00-11:45
Title: Bowen formula and more on R^r-Anosov actions.
Abstract: Elaborating on the talk of Tobias Weich, I will explain how we obtain detailed information about the resonant state corresponding the dominant resonance. As in the case of Anosov flows, this is a SRB-like measure. Our investigations lead to a Bowen-type formula.
We also construct a type of dynamical determinant for these actions.
Friday February 26, 10:00-10:45
Title: The Ruelle zeta function at zero for nearly hyperbolic 3-manifolds
Abstract: The Ruelle zeta function is a natural function associated to
the lengths of the closed geodesics of a closed negatively curved
manifold, and it is known to have a meromorphic extension to the whole complex
plane. In this talk I will explain the main ideas that go into
the proof of the following result: for a generic conformal metric
perturbation of a hyperbolic
3-manifold, the order of vanishing of the Ruelle zeta function at zero
equals 4-b_1, contrary to the hyperbolic case where it is equal to
4-2b_1 (b_1 is the first Betti number).
This is joint work with Mihajlo Cekic, Semyon Dyatlov and Benjamin Küster.
Friday February 26, 11:00-11:45
Title: Micro-local analysis of contact Anosov flows and band structure
of the Ruelle spectrum
This is a work with Masato Tsujii. We develop a geometrical
micro-local analysis of contact Anosov flow, such as geodesic flow on
negatively curved manifold. We use the method of
wave-packet transform presented in a previous paper and observe
that the transfer operator is well approximated (in the high frequency limit)
by a "quantization" of an induced transfer operator acting on sections
of some vector bundle on the trapped set. This gives a few important consequences: The discrete eigenvalues of the generator of transfer operators, called Ruelle spectrum, are structured into vertical bands. If the right-most band is isolated from the others, most of the Ruelle spectrum in it concentrate along a line parallel to the imaginary axis and, further, the density satisfies a Weyl law as the imaginary part tend to infinity.
Friday March 5, 10:00-10:45
Title:The holonomy inverse problem and the generic injectivity of the twisted X-ray transform
Abstract: On a Riemannian manifold with Anosov geodesic flow, the celebrated Burns-Katok conjecture asserts that the
marked length spectrum, namely the length of all closed geodesics marked by the free homotopy of the manifold, should
determine the metric (up to isometries). In a similar fashion, given a vector bundle equipped with a unitary connection,
one can wonder if the data of the holonomy of the connection along closed geodesics (up to conjugacy) determines the
connection (up to gauge-equivalence). This is called the holonomy inverse problem and turns out to be a very rich
question, as it brings together different fields of mathematics: microlocal analysis, hyperbolic dynamical systems,
theory of Pollicott-Ruelle resonances and Kähler geometry. In this talk I will discuss a linearization of this problem,
namely the twisted X-ray transform on tensors, and explain how to obtain its generic injectivity with respect to the
connection. This will be used to solve the problem locally (see the next talk). Joint work with Thibault Lefeuvre.
Friday March 5, 11:00-11:45
Title: The local holonomy inverse problem
Abstract: Following on the previous talk, I will explain how to solve locally the holonomy inverse problem in a
neighborhood of a generic connection. The idea is to show a link between the moduli space of gauge-equivalent
connections and the Pollicott-Ruelle resonances near 0 of a certain natural operator for this problem (the so-called
Friday March 12, 10:00-10:45
Title: Meromorphic continuation of Poincaré series
Abstract: On a compact negatively curved manifold, Poincaré series
are zeta functions associated with the lengths of the geodesic arcs
joining two given points of the manifold. I will explain how the
recent progress made towards the the spectral analysis of Anosov flows
allow to prove the meromorphic continuation of Poincaré series to
the whole complex plane. I will also explain how this argument can be
extended to prove the meromorphic continuation of generalized version of
Poincaré series. In particular, this includes series associated with
the lengths of the geodesic arcs orthogonal to a pair of closed
geodesics on a negatively curved surface.
This is a joint work with Nguyen Viet Dang (Univ. Lyon 1).
Friday March 12, 11:00-11:45
Title:Meromorphic continuation of Poincaré series
Abstract: This follows the talk of Gabriel Rivière.
On a compact negatively curved surface, Poincaré series
are zeta functions associated with the lengths of the orthogeodesic
arcs joining two closed curves of the surface.
When the closed curves are homologically trivial, I will explain
how to prove the rationality of the value at 0 of the
Poincaré series and also calculate it explicitely.
Friday March 19, 10:00-10:45
Title: FBI transform in Gevrey classes and Anosov flows
Abstract: I will explain how an analytic FBI transform may be used to study
statistical properties for analytic and Gevrey Anosov flows, in the
spirit of the work of Helffer and Sjöstrand in the context scattering
theory. In deep contrast with the infinitely differentiable case, the
generator of the flow acting on a suitable space is made
(hypo-)elliptic, which gives a global control on the Ruelle spectrum.
This is a joint wok with Yannick Guedes Bonthonneau.
Friday March 19, 11:00-11:45
Title: Eigenmode delocalization on Anosov surfaces
(joint with Semyon Dyatlov and Long Jin)
The geodesic flow on a compact Riemannian manifold of negative curvature (M,g) exhibits a chaotic (Anosov) dynamics. The corresponding quantum system, described by Schrödinger equation on (M,g), in particular its invariant states, embodied by the eigenmodes of the Laplace-Beltrami operator. The Quantum Unique Ergodicity conjecture states that, in the high frequency (=semiclassica) limit, the eigenstates asymptotically equidistribute on M.
In the direction of QUE, Dyatlov and Jin have recently shown that, in the case of compact hyperbolic surfaces (namely, surfaces of constant negative curvature), the eigenstates are delocalized over M in the semiclassical limit. Their proof makes use of a new tool from harmonic analysis, a Fractal Uncertainty Principle proved by Bourgain and Dyatlov in 2016. In a joint work with Jin and Dyatlov and Jin, we extend the result to surfaces of (variable) negative curvature. One challenge of this extension is to control the regularity of the unstable and stable foliations, necessary to apply the Fractal Uncertainty Principle
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