The Eleventh Workshop on Numerical Ranges and Numerical Radii
Post Announcement (as of July 31, 2012)
July 9-12, 2012
The study of the numerical ranges and numerical radii has a long and distinguished history. There has been a great deal of active research conducted by different research groups around the world. Its relations and applicability are bounded to many different branches of pure and applied science such as operator theory, functional analysis, C*-algebras, Banach algebras, matrix norms, inequalities, numerical analysis, perturbation theory, matrix polynomials, systems theory, quantum information science, etc. Moreover, a wide range of mathematical tools including algebra, analysis, geometry, combinatorial theory, and computer programming are useful in the study.
The first workshop on the subject starts in 1992 at Williamsburg. Then the workshop was conducted in every other year in different countries: at Coimbra, Portugal in 1994; at Sapporo, Japan in 1996; at Madison, USA in 1998, at Nafplio, Greece in 2000, at Auburn, USA in 2002, at Coimbra, Portugal in 2004; at Bremen, Germany in 2006; at Williamsburg, USA in 2008; at Krakow, Poland in 2010.
T. Ando (Japan), N. Bebiano (Portugal), Jor-Ting Chan (Hong Kong), Chi-Tung Chang (Taiwan), Wai-Shun Cheung (Hong Kong), M. D. Choi (Canada), Daeshik Choi (USA), Mao-Ting Chien (Taiwan), Chang-Pao Chen (Taiwan), M. Fiedler (Czech), Hwa-Long Gau (Taiwan), Anne Greenbaum (USA), John Holbrook (Canada), Nathaniel Johnston (Canada), David W. Kribs (Canada), Tsang-Hai Kuo（Taiwan）, Hang-Chin Lai (Taiwan), Denny H. Leung (Singapore), Chi-Kwong Li (USA), H. Nakazato (Japan), Chi-Kueng Ng (China), Yiu Tung Poon (USA) , Agnes Radl (Switzerland), A. Salemi (Iran), Ana Nata Santos (Portugal), Mau-Hsiang Shih (Taiwan), Raymond Nung-Sing Sze (USA), Wataru Takahashi (Japan), Bit-Shum Tam (Taiwan), Tin Yau Tam (USA), Ming-Cheng Tsai (Taiwan), Frank Uhlig (USA), Batzorig Undrakh (Mongolia), Hao-Wei Huang (USA), Kuo-Zhong Wang (Taiwan), Ya-Shu Wang (Taiwan), , J. Zemanek (Poland) , F. Zhang (USA), K. Zyczkowski (Poland).
Special event: To express our appreciation for his great contribution to operator theory, we will celebrate the 65th birthday of Professor Pei-Yuan Wu in the Wu’s afternoon on July 11, 2012.
Row 1: Karol
Zyczkowski, Frank Uhlig, Jaroslav
Zemanek, Natália Bebiano, Pei Yuan Wu, Man-Duen Choi,
Miroslav Fiedler, Tsuyoshi Ando, Hang-Chin Lai, Wataru Takahashi, Hong-Kun Xu,
Li, Ngai-Ching Wong.
Row 2: Batzorig Undrakh, Agnes Radl, Mao-Ting Chien, Daeshik Choi, Fuzhen Zhang, Abbas Salemi, Bit-Shun Tam, Hiroshi Nakazato, Wai-Shun Cheung, Tin Yau Tam, Hao-Wei Huang, Nathaniel Johnston.
Row 3: Daniel Spector, Jor-Ting Chan, Yiu Tung Poon, Denny H. Leung, Chi-Keung Ng, Anne Greenbaum, Chang-Pao Chen, David W. Kribs, John Holbrook, Chih-Neng Liu, David Li-Wei Kuo
Row 4: Kitty Tam, Paul Tam, Chi-Tung Chang, Kuo-Zhong Wang, Ming-Cheng Tsai, Raymond N-S Sze, Hwa-Long Gau, Ching-Jou Liao, Ana Nata Santos, Ya-Shu Wang, Pao-Yuan Chen.
Background: Bronze Statues of Chiang Kai-shek (standing) and Sun Yat-sen (sitting).
Chi-Kwong Li 李志光, email@example.com, Tel (Fax): 757-221-2042(7400),