Full Seminar Archive

Our regular seminar program covers a broad range of topics from applied mathematics, pure mathematics and statistics. All staff and students are welcome. This page has a complete list of past seminars and a list restricted by year can be accessed via the left-hand menu.

Xiao Xiong - Institute for Advanced Study in Mathematics, Institute of Technology, Harbin
We will introduce our recent work on pseudo-differential operators in noncommutative setting. We focus on two main topics: symbolic calculus and regularities on function spaces. We describe the...

Fedor Sukochev - University of New South Wales
 We answer in affirmative the open question raised by Figiel, Johnson and Pelczynski on whether the predual of a $\sigma$-finite von Neumann algebra has property $(k)$. Our approach here is to show...

Adam Rennie - University of Wollongong
In work with Robertson and Sims, I found a way to cook up a KMS weight/state on a Cuntz-Pimsner algebra starting with a very strange operator-valued weight. I will describe the construction. If I...

Thomas Scheckter - UNSW
Responding to work of Révész on a problem of Steinhaus, Komlós showed that every integrable sequence of random variables contains a subsequence which “satisfies the strong law of large numbers”, such...

Dominic Vella - University of New South Wales
In 1989, Alain Connes showed in his famous trace theorem that the notion of integration on a compact manifold $M$ is preserved in noncommutative geometry using a class of singular traces on pseudo-...

Masaki Izumi - Kyoto University
A von Neumann algebra is a weakly closed *-subalgebra of the set of bounded operators on a Hilbert space, and a factor is a von Neumann algebra with trivial center. In 1977, Connes-Takesaki...

Masaki Izumi - Kyoto University
A von Neumann algebra is a weakly closed *-subalgebra of the set of bounded operators on a Hilbert space, and a factor is a von Neumann algebra with trivial center. In 1977, Connes-Takesaki...

Ian Doust - University of New South Wales
There is an extensive and classical theory concerning the structure of Hilbert or Banach space operators which admit a $C(\sigma(T))$ functional calculus. A similar but weaker theory was developed in...

Martijn Caspers - Delft University of Technology
In their fundamental paper Ozawa and Popa introduced the notion of strongly solid von Neumann algebras: the von Neumann algebra generated by the normalizer of any amenable von Neumann subalgebra is ...

Leonard Cadilhac - Université de Caen Normandie
 The Khintchine inequalities first appeared as a result about Rademacher variables in probability theory and have been the object of a rich literature due, in particular, to their central role in...

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