|Guihua Gong||Full Professor||NCN II C-115||3429|
|Valentin Keyantuo||Full Professor||NCN II C-124||4692|
|Liangqing Li||Full Professor||NCN II C-117||4679|
|Lin Shan||Associate Professor||NCN II C-171||5317|
|Mahamadi Warma||Full Professor||NCN II C-112||4708|
Gong, Li and Pasnicu work on C∗-algebras and noncommutative geometry. A commutative C∗ -algebra corresponds to a locally compact Hausdorff space. But many geometrical ob jects such as foliations, dynamical systems, give rise to noncommutative C∗-algebras. The researches have been successful in obtaining results concerning classification and structure for many important classes of C∗-algebras as well as interesting results in some geometry problems by using C ∗ -algebras. Their publications have appeared on Journals such as Annals of Math, Invent. Math., Duke Math. Journal, J. Reine Angew. Math. (Crelle’s Journal), Mem. Amer. Math. Soc., Ameri- can J. Math., GAFA and J. Funct. Analysis.
The research of Keyantuo and Warma centers around functional analytic methods for partial differential equations. Semigroups of operators and their generalizations combined with tools from vector-valued harmonic analysis and potential theory are used to study well-posedness and maximal regularity for of initial and boundary-value problems. The theory of differential equations is at the origin of much of modern analysis and has connections with differential geometry, dynamical systems and mathematical physics. Results have been published in such journals as the Journal of Differential Equations, Potential Analysis and Mathematische Annalen.