## The Analysis Group

**The research activities of the analysis group lie mainly within the areas of complex and harmonic analysis, and operator algebra and functional analysis.**

The following are some of the research areas the analysis group is involved in.

- Operator related function theory
- Harmonic analysis
- Dirichlet series
- Several complex variables
- Geometric function theory
- Time-frequency analysis
- Spaces of analytic and harmonic functions
- Continued fractions and moment problems
- Discrete models for differential equations
- Problem of uniqueness and continuation for linear elliptic operators
- Operator algebras: C*-algebras and von Neumann algebras with applications to: topological dynamics, crossed product algebras, quantum groups, ordered K-theory/dimension groups
- Symbolic dynamics and C*-algebras associated to symbolic dynamic systems
- Mathematical physics: Physical models over local fields; finite approximations properties of physical models

You will find more information about the analysis group by using the links in the box to the right.

## News from and about the analysis group

- N. Christopher Phillips from the University of Oregon will be visiting 9-14 April 2012, and will talk in the operator algebra seminar Thursday April 12, 14:15-16:00 in 656. The title of his talk is "Strict comparison for crossed products by free minimal actions of Z^d". See the operator algebra web page for more details.