Has there been any progress on the *smooth* isospectral plane domains for Laplacian problem with Dirichlet data? In particular, are there known examples of domains which are isospectral to the unit disk?

Related to this and of course this.

*Edit 1:* What if a non-local boundary condition is enforced? To be precise, suppose $D$ is an open disk, and $\Omega$ is a symmetric bounded domain with smooth boundary so that $D$ and $\Omega$ are isospectral w.r.t to Laplacian with non-local boundary condition. Does it follow that $D$ and $\Omega$ are congruent?

**Update.** Z.Lu and J.Rowlett [paper] recently proved the following:

*Theorem. Let Ω be a simply connected planar domain with piecewise smooth Lipschitz
boundary. If Ω has at least one corner, then Ω is not isospectral to any bounded planar domain
with smooth boundary that has no corners.*

*Corollary. Amongst all planar domains of fixed genus with piecewise smooth
Lipschitz boundary, those that have at least one corner are spectrally distinguished.*

and the perimeterof a drum, cf. the comments on <mathoverflow.net/questions/245180>). $\endgroup$ – Noam D. Elkies Nov 18 '16 at 4:37