During the 201617 academic year I am on sabbatical and will not hold
regular office hours or make appointments.
If you need to see a major advisor contact the Department of Math & Stats.
My field of research is a branch of Analysis called Operator Algebras.
It is an intriguing mixture of Analysis and infinite dimensional
Linear Algebra. It is a relatively new field that has its origins in
the mathematical formalism of Quantum Mechanics. I am particularly
interested in Operator Algebras that arise from Dynamical Systems.
Here is some of my past work.
Here are slides for some recent talks:

Fell bundles associated to groupoid morphisms
given at the Institut Henri Poincaré (Paris).

On kmorphs,
given at WCOAS08 (Flagstaff).

Diagonals in Fell algebras,
given at AMS special session, UC Riverside.

Hausdorff measures and KMS states,
given at GPOTS10, University of Denver.

Quantum Heisenberg manifolds as twisted groupoid C*algebras,
given at Gfest10, Creighton University (Omaha).

Cohomology of higher rank graphs,
given at GPOTS11, Arizona State University.

Cohomology of higher rank graphs,
given at the annual meeting of the Australian
Mathematical Society on 27 September 2011.

Twisted Higher Rank Graph C*algebras,
East China Normal University,
Shanghai, 21 May 2012

Groupoid actions on Fractafold Bundles,
Fields Institute, Toronto, 27 June 2013

On the simplicity of twisted kgraph C*algebras,
given at GPOTS14, Kansas State University, 27 May 2014.

An introduction to higher rank graphs,
Colloquium, University of Western Sydney, 19 August 2014.

On the simplicity of twisted kgraph C*algebras,
Analysis Seminar, Naval Academy, Annapolis, 9 January 2015.

Higher rank graphs, C*algebras, groupoids and cohomology,
RMMC minicourse, University of Wyoming, Laramie, 25 June 2015.

A Stabilization Theorem for Fell
Bundles over Groupoids,
Analysis Seminar, University of Tokyo, 13 January 2016.

Twisted topological graph C*algebras,
GPOTS16, University of Illinois at ChampaignUrbana, 24 May 2016.
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