Colloquium / Seminars
Topic：SOME RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN NON-COMMUTATIVE PROBABILITY THEORY
Speaker：Prof. Hao-Wei Huang
(Department of Applied Mathematics, National Sun Yat-sen University)
Date time：Dec. 8, 2020 14:00 - 15:00
Tea Party：Dec. 8, 2020 13:30 (SA205)
Abstract：Abstract. Non-commutative probability theory was founded by Voiculescu around 1985 with an intension to solve a yet open problem in operator algebra theory. Since then, this theory has been discovered to have broad connections and applications to other research fields, such as random matrix theory, quantum information theory, and classical probability theory. In this talk, I will first offer a concise introduction and historical development of non-commutative probability theory, and then introduce the link between this theory and other research areas. Also, our recent works with the connection to probability theory will be delivered. If time grants, some other relevant topics will be discussed.