Analysis is an extremely broad mathematical discipline. In Glasgow, research in analysis encompasses partial differential equations, harmonic analysis, complex analysis and operator algebras. The group currently consists of three members of academic staff. More information about our research interests can be found through the links below and information about postdocs, research students, grants and collaborators through the links on the right.
Noncommutative geometry; K-theory; Quantum groups
The application of new mathematical ideas and new computational paradigms to material science, with an emphasis on self-assembling nano-materials; analysis and numerical analysis of partial differential equations arising in Continuum Physics; Material Science and Geometry.
Member of other research groups: Continuum Mechanics - Modelling and Analysis of Material Systems
C* and von Neumann algebras; rigidity and similarity properties of operator algebras
Operator algebras, topological dynamical systems, and noncommutative geometry.
Member of other research groups: Geometry and Topology, Algebra
Research students: Dimitrios Gerontogiannis , Mustafa Ozkaraca, Jamie Antoun
Postgraduate opportunities: Aperiodic substitution tilings and their C*-algebras., Operator algebras associated to self-similar actions.
C*-algebras, their classification and amenability properties; special examples of C*-algebras; K-theory and non commutative topology, noncommutative dynamical systems, geometric group theory with applications to C*-algebras.
Supervisor: Joachim Zacharias
Research Topic: Quantum groups and the Baum-Connes Conjecture
Supervisor: Christian Voigt
Supervisor: Mike Whittaker
Operator algebras associated to self-similar actions. (PhD)
This project will focus on self-similar groups and their operator algebras. The primary aim will be to examine a new class of groups that act self-similarly on the path space of a graph and to study the noncommutative geometry of a natural class of operator algebras associated to these self-similar groups.
Aperiodic substitution tilings and their C*-algebras. (PhD)