I'm a Krener Assistant Professor at University of California, Davis working in analysis, spectral theory and operator theory. Before coming to Davis, I was at Queen Mary University of London, King's College London, briefly at ETH Zurich and LMU Munich.
MAT-127A (fall 2019)
MAT-017B (fall 2019)
MAT-127B (Spring 2019)
MAT-017A (Winter 2019)
MAT-017A (Fall 2018)
 M.Gebert and C.Rojas-Molina, Lifshitz tails for the fractional Anderson model, preprint arXiv:1910.02077 (2019), submitted. ArXiv
 M.Gebert and M.Poplavskyi, On pure complex spectrum for truncations of random orthogonal matrices and Kac polynomials , preprint arXiv:1905.03154 (2019), submitted. ArXiv
 A.Dietlein, M.Gebert and P.Müller, Perturbations of continuum random Schrödinger operators with applications to Anderson orthogonality and the spectral shift function. J. Spectr. Theory 9, no. 3, 921–965 (2019). ArXiv or Journal
 A.Dietlein, M.Gebert, P.Hislop, A.Klein and P.Müller, A bound on the averaged spectral shift function and a lower bound on the density of states for random Schrödinger operators on ℝd, Int. Math. Res. Not. IMRN, 21, 6673--6697 (2018). ArXiv or Journal.
Slides to some talks:
• Overview of mathematics of Anderson's orthogonality and open problems: Talk held at Field's institue Toronto 2016. slides
• Lower bound on density of states for continuum random Schrödinger operators: Talk held at CRM Montreal 2018. slides
• Basic talk about persistence probability of truncated random orthogonal matrices: Talk held at GLaMP 2019.