Classification of Operator Algebras: Complexity, Rigidity and Dynamics


Søren Eilers (University of Copenhagen)


The classification theory for several classes of operator algebras has made giant strides forward in recent years. A common theme in many of these improvements is that known results have been strengthened to cover classes of operator algebras associated in natural ways to dynamical systems, leading to a much deeper understanding of what features of the underlying dynamics are reflected in the operator algebras and their invariants and to the discoveries that the relation between dynamics and operator algebras is characterised by a surprising level of rigidity. The session will seek to address these developments.


Wednesday, June 12 
13.30-14.20 Hiroki Matui (University of Copenhagen)
14.20-14.35 Break
14.35-15.00 Eduard Ortega (NTNU, Trondheim)
15.00-15.25 Steven Deprez (University of Copenhagen)
Thursday, June 13 
13.30-14.20 Wojciech Szymanski (University of Southern Denmark, Odense)
14.20-14.35 Break
14.35-15.00 Gunnar Restorff (University of the Faroe Islands)
15.00-15.25 Sara Arklint (University of Copenhagen)
15.25-15.40 Break
15.40-16.05 Johan Öinert (Lund University)
16.05-16.30 Maria Ramirez-Solano (Copenhagen)


This session is supported by the Centre for Symmetry and Deformation at the University of Copenhagen

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