Superoscillations were identified independently by Sir Michael Berry and Yakir Aharonov in very different contexts, but in the last several years the communities of mathematicians and physicists have taken increased interest in this phenomenon, both because of its interesting mathematical characteristics, and because of its many potential applications. This symposium is intended not only to present the state of the art on (theoretical and applied) research on superoscillations, but also to look at the future of this field.
The symposium will open the morning of June 26th, with a keynote address presented by Yakir Aharonov, and the rest of the day dedicated mostly to the mathematical theory of superoscillations.
A dinner in honor of the 90th birthday of Yakir Aharonov will be given on the evening of June 26th.
The symposium will continue on the 27th, with talks concerning the theory and applications of superoscillations.
Conference proceedings will be published in Quantum Studies: Mathematics and Foundations.