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Texas A&M University

Noncommutative Geometry Seminar

Organizers: Zhizhang Xie, Guoliang Yu, Jianchao Wu, Hao Guo

Please feel free to contact any one of us, if you would like to give a talk at our seminar.

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iCal 08/28
BLOC 628 Sherry Gong
On the Kronheimer-Mrowka concordance invariant
iCal 09/13
BLOC 220 Caterina Consani
Johns Hopkins University
[Colloquium] Under and above Spec(Z)
iCal 10/02
BLOC 628 Clément Dell'Aiera
University of Hawai'i
Exhaustivity of representations at infinity of Roe algebras
iCal 10/09
BLOC 628 Chunlan Jiang
Hebei Normal University
Similarity invariants of essentially normal Cowen-Douglas operators and Chern polynomials
iCal 10/16
BLOC 628 Jianchao Wu
Texas A&M University
The K-theory of C*-algebras associated to certain infinite dimensional spaces
iCal 10/23
BLOC 628 Rufus Willett
University of Hawai'i
Decompositions and K-theory
iCal 10/30
BLOC 628 Quanlei Fang
The City University of New York
Revisiting Arveson’s Dirac operator of a commuting tuple
iCal 11/06
BLOC 628 Jintao Deng
Texas A&M University
The Novikov conjecture and group extensions
iCal 11/13
BLOC 628 Tatiana Nagnibeda
University of Geneva
Various types of spectra and spectral measures on Schreier and Cayley graphs
iCal 11/13
BLOC 220 Paul Schupp
University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign
Closures of Turing Degrees
iCal 11/13
BLOC 220 Tullio Ceccherini-Silberstein
University of Sannio
Hecke algebras of multiplicity-free induced representations
iCal 11/20
BLOC 628 Peter Hochs
University of Adelaide
A localised equivariant index for proper actions and an APS index theorem.
iCal 11/22
BLOC 624 Ilya Kachkovskiy
Michigan State University
Almost commuting matrices
iCal 11/25
BLOC 628 Ilan Hirshberg
Ben-Gurion University
Mean cohomological independence dimension and radius of comparison.
iCal 12/04
BLOC 628 Mizanur Rahaman
Institute for Quantum Computing / University of Waterloo
Bisynchronous Games and Factorizable Maps
iCal 12/11
BLOC 628 Chris Phillips
University of Oregon
Simplicity of reduced Banach algebras of free groups and their relatives