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- K Juschenko, I G Todorov, L Turowska
- 2008

We introduce multidimensional Schur multipliers and characterise them generalising well known results by Grothendieck and Peller. We define a multidimensional version of the two dimensional operator mul-tipliers studied recently by Kissin and Shulman. The multidimensional operator multipliers are defined as elements of the minimal tensor product of several… (More)

- Ken Dykema, Kate Juschenko
- 2009

We investigate certain matrices composed of mixed, second–order moments of unitaries. The unitaries are taken from C * –algebras with moments taken with respect to traces, or, alternatively, from matrix algebras with the usual trace. These sets are of interest in light of a theorem of E. Kirchberg about Connes' embedding problem.

- Ken Dykema, Timo Heister, Kate Juschenko
- Experimental Mathematics
- 2015

We consider a family of finitely presented groups, called Universal Left Invertible Element (or ULIE) groups, that are universal for existence of one–sided invertible elements in a group ring K[G], where K is a field or a division ring. We show that for testing Kaplansky's Direct Finiteness Conjecture, it suffices to test it on ULIE groups, and we show that… (More)

- K. Juschenko, R. H. Levene, I. G. Todorov
- 2008

We continue the study of multidimensional operator multipliers initiated in [12]. We introduce the notion of the symbol of an operator multiplier. We characterise completely compact operator multipliers in terms of their symbol as well as in terms of approximation by finite rank multipliers. We give sufficient conditions for the sets of compact and… (More)

- AT WCOAS, Jean Bellissard, +4 authors Zhuang Niu
- 2013

Bloch Theory is the core of all spectral calculation for periodic solids. It uses the periodicity through a Fourier analysis to reduce the Schrdinger operator to simpler forms. This talk will show how, even if periodicity is lost, it is possible to extend the Bloch theory to aperiodic solids. The simplest solids have Finite Local Complexity (FLC), namely… (More)

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