报告题目： Singular value inequalities for compact operators

报告时间： 2019年06月28日（周五）上午10:30—11:30

报告人： Vahid Darvish 博士（University of Mazandaran）

主持人：刘文军教授

报告地点：尚贤楼706会议室

报告摘要：As an important branch of Matrix Analysis, studying of Matrix Inequalities is an interesting field of research which has proved to be a powerful tool in mathematics, in particular in scientific computing, economics, control and system

theory, operations research and mathematical physics. As a matter of fact, Operator Theory is a branch of Functional Analysis which is a strong tool when applied to mathematical problems arising from physical situations. In the indefinite dimensional case, the study of matrix inequalities will be replaced by operator inequalities with sufficient caution. Singular Value Inequalities (SVI), which has attracted many researcher’s attention, have been found to be useful in the theory of Unitarily Invariant Norms, many modern computational algorithms as well as the energy of graphs.

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数学与统计学院

2019年06月27日

附：报告人简介

Dr. Vahid Darvish, born in Amol, Iran in 1988. He studied mathematics at University of Mazandaran between 2006-2010. He was graduated from Amirkabir University in 2012 studied mathematical analysis as his Msc. In 2016, he got his PhD from University of Mazandaran under supervision of Professor Ali Taghavi. During his PhD, he was a research fellow at Victoria University under supervision of Professor Silvestru Sever Dragomir. This position was fully funded by the Ministry of Science and Technology of Iran. He is also a member of National Elite Foundation for the best graduated student. His research is not restricted to Operator Inequalities. He is also working on Variational Inequalities, Equilibrium Problems, Optimization and Map Preserving Problems. He has published more than 30 papers in the international journals such as: Linear and Multilinear Algebra, Rocky Mountain Journal of Mathematics, Bulletin of the Iranian Mathematical Society, Mathematica Slovaca, Journal of Fixed Point Theory, Monatsh Math.