# Basic Notions: Zeev Rudnik "The Robin eigenvalue problem: statistics and arithmetic"

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Robin boundary conditions are used in heat conductance theory to interpolate between a perfectly insulating boundary, described by Neumann boundary conditions, and a temperature fixing boundary, described by Dirichlet boundary conditions. I have recently started to explore the statistics of these Robin eigenvalues for planar domains, and the fluctuations of the gaps between the Robin and Neumann spectrum, in part driven by numerical experimentation. Read more about Basic Notions: Zeev Rudnik "The Robin eigenvalue problem: statistics and arithmetic"