Department of Mathematics

Texas A&M University

College Station TX 77843-3368

USA

Fax. (+1)-979-845-6028

(Here's a short C.V.)

**Teaching:**(Fall 2014)- MATH 409, (Advanced Calculus I), meeting TR 9:35-10:50am and 11:10am-12:25pm in BLOC 121.

- M 10-11, T 2-3, W 11-12 and by appointment.
- Workshop in Analysis and Probability (Summer, 2014), including a concentration week in Free Probability.
- Preprints.
- Publications in mathematics.
**Links for work**:- American Mathematical Society, MathJobs.
- The arXiv.
- Bookstores: AMS Bookstore, Amazon.com, Advanced Book Exchange (used books), Alibris (used books).
- Computing:
- amsrefs bibliography package for LaTeX,
- Calclabs cluster.
- CTAN (TeX),
- EOS cluster.
- Latex 2e,
- Latex Symbol finder (very cool),
- Putty Download Page,
- a TeX Catalogue,
- text to .pdf converter.
- Vim commands.

- Currency Converter.
- Groupprops wiki.
- An excellent History of Mathematics index.
- London Math. Soc. Editflow.
- Math Departments. Math Institutes: AIM, Bedlewo, BIRS, CIRM, ESI, Fields, IMA, IMSc, MSRI, Oberwolfach.
- Math Journals.
- MathSciNet (Rice University's mirror site). Other sites: Bielefeld, Providence.
- Mathworld (Wolfram Research).
- Morandi's notes
- NSF Fastlane, Research.gov (for reports).
- Simons Science News.
- Texas A&M University:
- Academic Calendar (registrar's office).
- Bus routes.
- Course Catalogs (Math only, 2010-2011): Undergraduate, and Graduate.
- E-mail.
- FDL,
- Howdy
- Library
- Maestro.
- SRS Forms,
- SSO, (for Concur, etc.).
- Webmath login.

- Travel: Air Berlin, American Airlines, British Airways, CheapOair (budget airlines), Deutsche Bahn, DSB, EasyJet, Expedia, Flight Stats, Ground Shuttle (Houston <-> CLL), Park'N Fly Porter Airlines, Robert Q (shuttles for DTW, Windsor, Toronto, etc.), RyanAir, Seat Guru, ShuttleMe (Houston <-> CLL), Star Alliance, Time Zones, Travelocity, United Airlines, Via Rail (Canada).
- Wikipedia.
- Words: Wordreference, WWWords.

**Links not for work**:- New York.
- Other Links.
- The weather forecast.

Links to some old conferences:The AMS special session on Progress in Free Probability and Free Analysis at the Joint Mathematics Meeting, January 9-12, 2013, in San Diego.

The 7th annual East Coast Operator Algebras Symposium (Oct. 24-25, 2009).

The 24th annual Great Plains Operator Theory Symposium (GPOTS), May 26-30, 2004.

A Concentration Week in Free Probability Theory and Noncommutative Lp-spaces, Aug. 2-6, 2004.

e-mail address: Ken.Dykema 'at' math 'dot' tamu 'dot' edu

My **research** is mostly on operator algebras with an emphasis on
free probability theory and its applications to operator algebras.