Analysis & Quantum
The section's research covers a wide range of fields related to analysis and quantum information theory, as well as history of modern mathematics.
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Our group carries out research in functional analysis, operator algebras, C*-algebras, von Neumann algebras, Banach algebras, symbolic dynamical systems and in descriptive set theory.
Topics include representation theory of Lie groups, symmetric spaces, and complex analytic methods in the theory of orthogonal polynomials and special functions.
- Henrik Laurberg Pedersen (Complex methods, orthogonal polynomials, special functions)
- Henrik Schlichtkrull (Lie groups, symmetric spaces)
- Professor emeritus Christian Berg (Orthogonal polynomials)
- Professor emeritus Mogens Flensted-Jensen
- Professor emeritus Bent Fuglede
- Associate professor emeritus Hans Plesner Jakobsen
The research has particular focus is on algorithmic and cryptographic aspects and quantum entanglement, and in general understanding the notion of information on the quantum level.
Information concerning our courses to come.
Our regular analysis seminar is organized by Henrik Schlichtkrull.
What is... seminars: Fridays at 15:15 in Auditorium 8. Talks are 30 minutes plus 15 minutes of questions. Speakers explain some object or theorem that they think is interesting, aiming at an audience of PhD-students and postdocs. But others are welcome to join as well. Read more about the What is... seminars
The group has close connections to the
Members of the group participate in the following international networks::
- Analysis and Applications - a Scandinavian Network
- NordForsk network Random Geometry
- ESF network RGLIS
- ESF network Spect
- European research group in mathematics and quantum physics