Noncommutative Analysis at the Technion

Noncommutative Analysis at the Technion

June 26-July 1, 2022

In honour of Paul S. Muhly for his research contributions and his leadership

Paul Muhly

Invited speakers (tentative): 

  • Francesca Arici, Leiden University
  • Raphael Clouatre, University of Manitoba
  • Kenneth Davidson, University of Waterloo
  • Valentin Deaconu, University of Nevada
  • Soren Eilers, University of Copenhagen
  • Shirly Geffen University of Munster and Ben-Gurion University
  • Michael Hartz, Saarbrucken University
  • Bill Helton, University of San Diego
  • Marius Ionescu, US Naval Academy
  • Michael Jury, University of Florida
  • Elias Katsoulis, East Carolina University
  • Igor Klep, University of Ljubljiana
  • Kathryn McCormick, University of Minnesota
  • Paul Muhly University of Iowa
  • Magdalena Musat, University of Copenhagen
  • Rachael Norton, Fitchburg State University
  • Jean Renault, University of Orleans
  • Jaydeb Sarkar, Indian Statistical Institute Bangalore
  • Claude Schochet, Technion
  • Camila Sehnem, Victoria University of Wellington
  • Eli Shamovich, Ben-Gurion University
  • Mark Tomforde, University of Colorado Springs
  • Victor Vinnikov, Ben-Gurion University
  • Dilian Yang, University of Windsor

About: 

The workshop will include the diverse areas that come under the title “Noncommutative Analysis”, which have interested Paul Muhly over the years: Operator Algebras, Noncommutative Function Theory, Hilbert Modules, and more. We propose to bring together selected representatives from the various noncommutative tribes, to present their most recent results, exchange ideas, as well as to discuss open problems.

We plan to have a reception on Sunday night, and then have four full days of full lectures. There will be generous breaks and the participants will be housed together to facilitate interaction.

Organizers: 

Orr Shalit (Technion), Baruch Solel (Technion), Adam Dor-On (Haifa University)

This workshop is supported by an Israel Science Foundation Grant No. 3111/20 and the Center for mathematical Sciences at the Faculty of mathematics, Technion.

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