MAT 591 / C*-Algebra Seminar / Spring 2017

Organizer:  S. Kaliszewski
Schedule:   12:00-12:50pm Thursdays
Location:   ECA 385


Course Description 

A small seminar emphasizing discussion, presentations by students, 
and written research papers on C*-algebras.  Anyone with an 
interest is welcome to attend, and anyone with anything interesting
to say is welcome to speak.  Graduate students are encouraged to 
enroll for credit.


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January 12, 2017: S. Kaliszewski, Arizona State University

        Organization and Overview


January 19, 2017: S. Kaliszewski, Arizona State University

        An Introduction to C*-Algebraic Crossed Products I


January 26, 2017: S. Kaliszewski, Arizona State University

        An Introduction to C*-Algebraic Crossed Products II


February 2, 2017: S. Kaliszewski, Arizona State University

        An Introduction to C*-Algebraic Crossed Products III


February 9, 2017: Jack Spielberg, Arizona State University

        Full = Reduced for Crossed Products by Discrete Abelian Groups


February 16, 2017: Tim Rainone, Arizona State University

        Elementary Examples of Group C*-Algebras and Crossed Products I


February 23, 2017: Tim Rainone, Arizona State University

        Elementary Examples of Group C*-Algebras and Crossed Products II


March 2, 2017: Jack Spielberg, Arizona State University

        Vector bundles as motivation for C*-algebraic K-theory


March 16, 2017: Ian Mitscher, Arizona State University

        An Introduction to the K0 Group I


March 23, 2017: Ian Mitscher, Arizona State University

        An Introduction to the K0 Group II


March 30, 2017: Ian Mitscher, Arizona State University

        An Introduction to the K0 Group III


April 13, 2017: John Quigg, Arizona State University

        Imprimitivity Bimodules and Morita Equivalence for C*-Algebras I


April 20, 2017: John Quigg, Arizona State University

        Imprimitivity Bimodules and Morita Equivalence for C*-Algebras II


April 27, 2017: Jack Spielberg, Arizona State University

        Exel's Theorem on Morita Equivalence and K-Theory



Past Semesters

- Fall 2016
- Spring 2016
- Fall 2015
- Spring 2015


Enrollment Requirements 

Prerequisite(s): degree- or non-degree-seeking graduate student.


Additional Class Details

Class #:  12622
Units:  1 - 12
Allow Multiple Enrollments:  Yes
General Studies:  No
Repeatable for credit:  Yes
Primary course component:  Lecture
Offered by:  College of Liberal Arts and Sciences


Last Modified: 
Wed Apr 26 15:02:06 MST 2017

S. Kaliszewski
School of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences
Arizona State University