## Malo Jézéquel

I am a C.L.E. Moore Instructor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Before that, I was a PhD student in mathematics under the supervision of Viviane Baladi. For further details, you may refer to my curriculum vitae.

**Contact:** mpjez [at] mit [dot] edu
### Research interests

I study statistical properties of hyperbolic dynamical systems by functional analytic methods. Doing so, I developed an independent interest for PDE techniques, such as microlocal analysis, in particular in the context of high regularity (real-analytic, Gevrey, ultradifferentiable,...). During my PhD thesis, I addressed the question of trace formulae for uniformly hyperbolic dynamics.

### Texts

- Distribution of Ruelle resonances for real-analytic Anosov diffeomorphisms (preprint, submitted).
- Upper bound on the number of resonances for even asymptotically hyperbolic manifolds with real-analytic ends (preprint, submitted).
- Scattering rigidity for analytic metrics with Yannick Guedes Bonthonneau and Colin Guillarmou (preprint, submitted).
- Rigorous justification for the space-split sensitivity algorithm to compute linear response in Anosov systems, with Nisha Chandramoorthy, 2022,
*Nonlinearity* **35** 4357.
- Semiclassical measures for higher dimensional cat maps, with Semyon Dyatlov. Annales Henri Poincaré,
*online first*.
- Manuscript of my PhD thesis.
- FBI Transform in Gevrey Classes and Anosov Flows, with Yannick Guedes Bonthonneau (preprint, submitted).
- Transfer operator for ultradifferentiable expanding maps of the circle,
*Ergodic Theory and Dynamical Systems*, 41, No. 7, 2049-2068 (2021).
- Global trace formula for ultra-differentiable Anosov flows,
*Communications in Mathematical Physics*, 385, No. 3, 1771-1834 (2021).
- Local and global trace formulae for smooth hyperbolic diffeomorphisms,
*J. Spectr. Theory*, 10 (2020), 185-249.
- Parameter regularity of dynamical determinants of expanding maps of the circle and an application to linear response,
* Discrete and Continuous Dynamical Systems - Series A*, 39(2):927-958, 2019.
- Réponse linéaire et points périodiques : cas analytique, master degree's thesis under the supervision of Viviane Baladi (in French).

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