The Pure Mathematics Research Centre has an established, world-class research group in Functional Analysis and an emerging but very active group in Algebraic Topology. It maintains vibrant international links with a large number of researchers around the globe and regularly hosts international conferences and research visitors.
- Algebraic Topology
- Non-commutative Functional Analysis, with an emphasis on Operator Algebras, Operator Theory and Amenability
Last updated 03.11.15
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