Let $(M, \omega)$ be a $2n$-dimensional symplectic manifold and let $L_2(M,|\omega^n|)$ be the Hilbert space of complex-valued functions on $M$ that are square integrable with respect to the Liouville measure.
A classical (but still wonderful) remark due to Koopman is that given a measure preserving map $\phi: M \rightarrow M$, the operator $$ U_\phi : L_2(M,|\omega^n|) \longrightarrow L_2(M,|\omega^n|) $$ defined by $f \mapsto f \circ \phi$ is unitary. The operator $U_\phi$ is sometimes called the Koopman operator of the map $\phi$. Since symplectomorphisms are measure preserving, it seems natural to ask the following
Vague question. Is there anything at all particular about Koopman operators of symplectomorphisms?