I shall describe several techniques for finding approximate solutions to the time-dependent Schr\"odinger equation in the semiclassical limit. The first of these involves expansions in "semiclassical wave packets" that are also sometimes called "generalized squeezed states." The second is a time-dependent WKB approach that is related to the work of Maslov. I also plan briefly to describe the use of Bargmann transforms and Wigner.
This is a series of 3 talks on the topology of Stein manifolds, based on work of Eliashberg since the early 1990ies. More specifically, I wish to explain to what extent Stein structures are flexible, i.e. obey an h-principle. After providing some general background on Stein manifolds, the first talk will focus on the construction of plurisubharmonic functions with specific properties. Using these, I will in the second talk present the proof of Eliashberg's existence theorem for Stein structures.