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In two papers in the 90's, Z. Shen studied nonasymptotic bounds for the eigenvalue counting function of the magnetic Schrödinger operator in a few settings. But in dimensions 3 or above, his methods required a strong scaleinvariant assumption on the gradient of the magnetic field; in particular, this excludes many singular or irregular magnetic fields, and the questions of treating these later cases had remained open.
In this talk, we present our solutions to these questions, and other new results on the exponential decay of solutions (eigenfunctions, integral kernels, resolvents) to Schrödinger operators. We will introduce the FilocheMayboroda landcape function for the (nonmagnetic) Schrödinger operator, present its connection to the classical FeffermanPhongShen maximal function, and then show how one may use directionality assumptions on the magnetic field to construct a new landscape function in the magnetic case. We solve Shen's problems (and recover other results in the irregular setting) by putting these observations together.