Roy M. Araiza

Roy M. Araiza
PhD. Candidate
Purdue University
Department of Mathematics

I am a fourth year PhD. candidate in mathematics at Purdue University. 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. I am the organizer for the Junior Operator Algebras Seminar. We meet on Thursdays at 2:30pm in MATH 215. This is an informal seminar where students of the field may present and talk about their work with other students. If you have an interest in attending then please email me.

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 poems 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

Expository Papers

The following notes are from a lecture series I gave during the Quantitative Linear Algebra General Seminar Series at IPAM at UCLA. pdf

A Survey of Lance's Weak Expectation Property, The Double Commutant Expectation Property, and the Operator System Local Lifting Property pdf

The Column and Row Hilbert Operator Spaces pdf

Pisier's Self-Dual Operator Hilbert Space pdf

Here is a copy of my cv.

Current/Past Teaching

Fall '18: Fellowship

Summer '18: Fellowship

Spring '18: Fellowship

Fall '17: MA 26100 Multivariate Calculus: Recitation Instructor

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

Link to Grad Rep website.

Purdue Department of Mathematics website

"Intellectual passion drives out sensuality." -Leonardo da Vinci

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