ADACHI, Tadayoshi Professor
Graduate School  Human and Environmental Studies/Mathematical and Information Sciences 

Undergraduate School  Mathematical and Information Sciences （Division of Cognitive and Information Sciences） 
Other Affiliation  
adachi(_at_)math.h.kyotou.ac.jp (replace "(_at_)" with atsign)  
Personal Page  Website 
Research areas  Mathematical Physics, Partial Differential Equations 

Keywords  Schroedinger Equation, Spectral and Scattering Theory 
Themes  
Major publications  (with Y. Tsujii) On spectral and scattering theory for onebody quantum systems in crossed constant electric and magnetic fields, Rev. Math. Phys. 36 (2024), Paper No. 2450011. (with K. Itakura, K. Ito and E. Skibsted) Spectral theory for 1body Stark operators, Journal of Differential Equations 268 (2020), 51795206. (with A. Kiyose) On the Mourre estimates for Floquet Hamiltonians, Letters in Mathematical Physics 109 (2019), 25132529. (with M. Kawamoto) Quantum scattering in a periodically pulsed magnetic field, Ann. Henri Poincare 17 (2016), 24092438. (with Y. Fujiwara and A. Ishida) On multidimensional inverse scattering in timedependent electric fields, Inverse Problems 29 (2013), 085012. (with M. Kawamoto) AvronHerbst type formula in crossed constant magnetic and timedependent electric fields, Lett. Math. Phys. 102 (2012), 6590. Asymptotic completeness for Nbody quantum systems with longrange interactions in a timeperiodic electric field, Commun. Math. Phys. 275 (2007), 443477. On spectral and scattering theory for Nbody Schrodinger operators in a constant magnetic field, Rev. Math. Phys. 14 (2002), 199240. Scattering theory for a twobody quantum system in a constant magnetic field, J. Math. Sci., The Univ. of Tokyo 8 (2001), 243274. Scattering theory for Nbody quantum systems in a timeperiodic electric field, Funkcial. Ekvac. 44 (2001), 335376. (with H. Tamura) Asymptotic Completeness for LongRange ManyParticle Systems with Stark Effect, II, Commun. Math. Phys. 174 (1996), 537559. Propagation estimates for Nbody Stark Hamiltonians, Ann. l'Inst. H. Poincare  Phys. Theor. 62 (1995), 409428. 
Professional societies/Research and synergic activities  The Mathematical Society of Japan 
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