The International Workshop on Operator Theory and Applications (IWOTA) will take place July 1822, 2016 on the campus of Washington University in St. Louis.
Thu Feb 11 
Stefan Patrikis Cupples I, Room 199 @ 4:15 pm to 5:15 pm 

Fri Feb 12 
Stefan Patrikis Cupples I, Room 199 @ 4:00 pm to 5:30 pm 

Fri Feb 12 
Cupples I, Room 6 @ 4:00 pm to 5:00 pm 
Research
Wed Sep 23, 2015
Noncommutative Geometry: Its Applications to Geometry and Analysis (Xiang Tang, Geometric Analysis Program, NSF). This group studies various problems in geometry using noncommutative geometric tools. This includes index theory on singular spaces, duality of gerbes on orbifolds, RankinCohen deformations and Hopf algebras.
Wed Sep 23, 2015
Problems in Function Theory and Operator Theory (Richard Rochberg, Analysis Program, NSF). This group is working on specific problems in the operator theoretic function theory of spaces of holomorphic functions which are subspaces of potential spaces.
Letter From the Chair
Welcome to the Department of Mathematics of Washington University in St. Louis. We are a cuttingedge, researchoriented department comprising twenty five tenured and tenuretrack scholars specializing in various areas of mathematics, including differential geometry, topology, real and complex analysis, algebra, algebraic geometry, combinatorics, and statistics. The faculty is augmented by three postdoctoral scholars, each having the title William Chauvenet Lecturer, who enhance the vibrancy of our environment. Our members publish in leading refereed journals, run lively seminars in various fields, and supervise approximately 35 graduate students.