# Roy Araiza

Roy M. Araiza

Graduate Student

Department of Mathematics

Purdue University

I am a third year PhD. student in mathematics at Purdue University, and a math graduate representative for the 2017-2018 academic year. My work is in operator algebras and my advisor is

Thomas Sinclair. Originally I am from the Silicon Valley in California and obtained my Bachelor of Arts in mathematics from

San Jose State University.
When I am not working on mathematics I enjoy playing chess and reading. In particular, my favorite topics to read about include science, history, and philosophy.

Some quotes and speeches.
#### Contact Information

Purdue University

Department of Mathematics

Email: raraiza [at] purdue [dot] edu

Office:

MATH 1030

150 North University Street

West Lafayette, Indiana

47906

## Research Interests

- Operator Spaces
- Operator Algebras
- Matrix Convexity

It follows that an operator system is a self-adjoint unital subspace of a C*-algebra. Currently I am working on generalized C*-convex combinations of non-commutative real operator systems, and studying the structure of the matrix unit balls of these operator systems in terms of C*-convex combinations. I am also working to establish connections between spaces of matrix affine functions and these non-commutative real operator systems.

Here is a copy of my cv.
### Current/Past Teaching

Fall '17:
MA 26100 Multivariate Calculus: Recitation Instructor

- Section 352: 11:30-12:20
- Section 319: 12:30- 1:20
- Section 371: 1:30-2:20

Spring '17:
MA 16600 Analytic Geometry and Calculus II:Recitation Instructor

- Section 141: 1:30-2:20
- Section 197: 2:30-3:20
- Section 101: 3:30-4:20

Link to Grad Rep website.
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Purdue Department of Mathematics website
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