杨容伟教授现为美国纽约州立大学奥尔巴尼分校数学统计系教授，研究兴趣：多变量算子理论、泛函分析、多变量复分析，目前研究兴趣还包括群论，复几何和算子代数等。杨容伟教授本次来长春将做四次报告，第一、四两个报告在东北师范大学数学与统计学院，第二三两个报告在吉林大学数学科学学院进行，欢迎广大师生积极参加！
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地点 
题目 
2018.12.26 
10:0011:00 
东北师大数学与统计学院104报告厅 
Projective spectrum in banach algebras 
2018.12.27 
10:0011:00 
吉林大学数学科学学院第一报告厅 
Projective spectrum and finitely generated groups 
2018.12.27 
15:0016:00 
吉林大学数学科学学院第一报告厅 
Complex dynamics and the infinite dihedral group 
2018.12.28 
10:0011:00 
东北师大数学与统计学院104报告厅 
Hermitian metrics on resolvent set

报告摘要：
Lecture 1.
Finitely generated structures are important subjects of study in various mathematical disciplines. Examples include finitely generated groups, finitely generated Lie algebras and $C^*$algebras, tuples of several linear operators on Banach spaces, etc. It is thus a fundamental question whether there exists a universal mechanism in the study of these vastly different entities. In 2009, the notion of projective spectrum for several elements $A_1, A_2, ..., A_n$ in a unital Banach algebra ${\mathcal B}$ was defined through the multiparameter pencil $A(z)=z_1A_1+z_2A_2+\cdots +z_nA_n$, where the coefficients $z_j$ are complex numbers. This conspicuously simple definition turned out to have a surprisingly rich content. This is the first of a series of four talks. It will go over some preliminary properties and examples of projective spectrum.
Lectures 23.
For a tuple $A=(A_1,\ A_2,\ ...,\ A_n)$ of elements in a unital Banach algebra ${\mathcal B}$, its {\em projective joint spectrum} $P(A)$ is the collection of $z\in {\bf C}^n$ such that the multiparameter pencil $A(z)=z_1A_1+z_2A_2+\cdots +z_nA_n$ is not invertible. If ${\mathcal B}$ is the group $C^*$algebra for a discrete group $G$ generated by $A_1,\ A_2,\ ...,\ A_n$ with respect to a representation $\rho$, then $P(A)$ is an invariant of (weak) equivalence for $\rho$. This series of talks present some recent work on the projective spectrum $P(R)$ of $R=(1,\ a,\ t)$ for the infinite dihedral group $D_{\infty}=<a,\ t\ \ a^2=t^2=1>$ with respect to the left regular representation. Results include a description of the spectrum, a formula for the FugledeKadison determinant of the pencil $R(z)=z_0+z_1a+z_2t$, the first singular homology group of the joint resolvent set $P^c(R)$, and dynamical properties of the spectrum. These results give new insight into some earlier studies on groups of intermediate growth. Moreover, they suggest a link between projective spectrum and the Julia set of dynamical maps. Time permiting, I will also go over some other aspects of the projective spectrum as related to group theory, topology, complex geometry and Lie algebras.
Lecture 4.
This final talk will give an application of the projective spectrum idea to classical operator theory. Consider a linear operator $A$ that is densely defined on a Hilbert space ${\mathcal H}$. The operatorvalued $1$form $\omega_A(z)=(Az)^{1}dz$ is analytic on the resolvent set $\rho(A)$, and it plays important roles in the functional calculus of $A$. A nonEuclidean Hermitian metric on $\rho(A)$ can be defined through the coupling of the operatorvalued $(1, 1)$form $\Omega_A=\omega_A^*\wedge \omega_A$ with vector state $\phi_x$. A notable feature of this metric is that it has singularities at the spectrum $\sigma(A)$. These singularities reveal valuable information about $A$. A particular example is when $A$ is quasinilpotent, in which case the metric lives on the punctured complex plane ${\bf C}\setminus \{0\}$. Interestingly, the metric's ``blowup" rate at $0$ is linked with $A$'s hyperinvariant subspaces. This is joint work with Ronald G. Douglas.