Jon P. Bannon
Department of Mathematics
Office: Roger Bacon 440
Phone: (518) 783-2394
Current Office Hours: (M)2:20-3:20; (T) 1:30-2:30; (W,F)10:20-11:20; (Th)1:30-2:30 Th: 3:00-4:00
I most often think about von Neumann algebras. In particular, I am interested in the structure of type II1 factors.
I’m trying to develop the habit of collecting and developing my ideas on my math blog.
Most of what is there is still private, though.
Here are some of my finished papers:
formulas for Multivariable Bernoulli and Euler Numbers (w/ Francesca
(2010) A Note on Moments in Finite von Neumann Algebras (w/ Don Hadwin and Maureen Jeffery)
(2010) On the Spectrum of Operator-Valued Entire Functions (w/Rongwei Yang and Pat Cade)
(2010) A Note on Non-Residually Solvable Hyperlinear One-Relator Groups (w/ Nick Noblett)
(2010) A Non-Residually Solvable Hyperlinear One-Relator Group
(2007) Some Remarks on Haagerup's approximation property (w/ Junsheng Fang)
(2006) A Følner invariant for type II1 factors (w/ Mohan Ravichandran)
(2004) Transitive families of projections in factors of type II1
Here is some expository writing and work in progress:
Science Career Resources
Math Resources/ Cool Stuff