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Published: 2018-01-15

Methods to handle troublesome operator functions

NEWS Operator functions are used to describe many important processes in science. When things like friction are included in the models, it often results in operator functions that are so-called non-selfadjoint operator functions, which complicates the analysis of them. Axel Torshage presents methods to handle this kind of operator functions in his dissertation, which he defends at Umeå University on Friday, 19 January.

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Axel Torshage, Department of Department of Mathematics and Mathematical Statistics, Umeå UniversityPhone: +46(0)70-695 58 14
Email: axel.torshage@umu.se

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Axel Torshage comes from Domsjö, outside Örnsköldsvik. He has a Master’s degree in mathematics from Umeå University.

About the dissertation:

On Friday 19 January Axel Torshage, Department of mathematics and mathematics statistics, Umeå University, defends his dissertation entitled: Non-selfadjoint Operator Functions.The dissertation takes place at 09.00 in room MA 121, MIT-house.
Faculty opponent is Professor Marco Marletta, School of Mathematics, Cardiff University

Editor: Ingrid Söderbergh