David E. Evans


Personal Details

 

Name:              David Emrys EVANS

 

Address:           School of Mathematics

                        Cardiff University

                        Senghennydd Road

                        Cardiff CF24 4AG

                        Wales, United Kingdom

 

Email:               EvansDE@cardiff.ac.uk

 

www:               http://www.cardiff.ac.uk/maths/subsites/evansde

 

Telephone:        +44 029 20874522 office

                        +44 029 20874199 fax

 

Position:           Professor of Mathematics since 1998

 

Date of birth:    14 October 1950

 

Nationality:       British

 


 

University Education

   Oxford University, October 1969 - October 1975

   New College, October 1969 - October 1972
   Open Exhibitioner,1969 - 1970
   Open Scholar, 1970 - 1972
   Jesus College, October 1972 - October 1975
   Science Research Council Scholar, 1972 - 1975

   B.A. with first class honours in Mathematics, June 1972
   M.Sc. in Mathematics, September 1973
   D.Phil. in Mathematics, September 1975


Prizes

   University of Oxford:
   Junior Mathematical Prize, 1972
   Senior Mathematical and Johnson Prizes, 1975

   London Mathematical Society: Whitehead Prize 1989


Appointments

October 1975 -August 1976. Research Assistant at the School of Theoretical Physics, Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, Dublin

August 1976 - August 1977. Research Assistant at the Institute of Mathematics, University of Oslo

September 1977 - December 1977. Visiting Assistant Professor at the Department of Mathematics, UCLA

January 1978 - January 1979. Research Fellow,under the European Exchange Programme of the Royal Society, at the Institute of Mathematics, University of Copenhagen

January 1979 - March 1979. Visiting Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Department of Mathematics, University of Ottawa

April 1979 - December 1979. SRC Research Fellow at the School of Mathematics, University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne

October 1979 - December 1979. Visitor to Sonderforschungsbereich 123, (Stochastishe Mathematische Modelle), at the University of Heidelberg

August 1982 - December 1982. Visiting Fellow at the Department of Mathematics, Institute for Advanced Studies, Australian
National University, Canberra

December 1982 - April 1983. Guest Scholar at Research Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Kyoto University. Supported by the Royal Society

June 1983 - August 1983. Research Fellow, Department of Mathematics, University of Ottawa

July 1985 - September 1985. Guest Scholar at Research Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Kyoto University. Supported by SERC

January 1980 - September 1986. Lecturer in Mathematics at the University of Warwick

October 1986 – September 1987. Reader in Mathematics at the University of Warwick

September 1987 - April 1998. Professor in Mathematics, University of Wales, Swansea

May 1998 - to date. Professor in Mathematics, University of Wales, Cardiff

February 1989 - May 1989. Invited member, Mittag-Leffler Institute, Stockholm, Sweden

July 1989 - September 1989. Visiting Fellow at the Centre for Mathematical Analysis, Australian National University, Canberra

September 1990 - May 1991. Guest Professor at Research Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Kyoto University

February 1999 - April 1999. Visiting Fellow at the Centre for Mathematics and Applications, Australian National University, Canberra


Invited member

I made or am planning extended visits to the following programmes:

 Operator Algebras Programme, MSRI, Berkeley, 1984-1985
 Operator Algebras Programme, Mittag-Leffler, 1988-1989
 Operator Algebras Programme, CRM Montreal 1991
 Operator Algebras Programme, Fields Institute, Toronto, 1994-1995
 Operator Algebras Programme, MSRI Berkeley, 2000-01
 Noncommutative Geometry Programme, Mittag-Leffler, Autumn 2003

 Noncommutative Geometry Programme, INI Cambridge, Autumn 2006

Operator Algebras Programme, Fields Institute, Toronto, 2006-07


Seminars and colloquium talks

      A   Aberystwyth; Adelaide (2 talks); Augsburg
      B    Bedford College, London; UC Berkeley; Birmingham; Bristol
      C   INI Cambridge; ANU Canberra (3); Cardiff; Copenhagen (2)
      D   DIAS Dublin (4)
      E    Edinburgh; Edmonton
      F    Fukuoka University (2)
      G   Gakushuin University, Tokyo (2); Geneva; Glasgow; Göttingen; Groningen
      H   Halifax, Nova Scotia; Heidelberg; Hokkaido University, Sapporo (3)
      I     Imperial College, London; UC, Irvine
      K   RIMS, Kyoto University (4); King's College, London; Kyushu University, Fukuoka (3)
      L    Leuven; IST Lisbon; UCLA, Los Angeles (5)
      M   Marseille; Melbourne (2); Milan; Mittag Leffler Institute, Stockholm; CRM, Montreal; MSRI, Berkeley
      N   Nihon University, Tokyo; Newcastle (UK); Newcastle (NSW); Niigata; Nottingham
      O   Odense; Osaka; Osaka Kyoiku (2); Oslo (4); Ottawa; Oxford (7)
      P    Univ of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia
      Q   QMWC London
      R    Reading; Rome I; Rome II
      S   Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm (2); Saclay; Swansea; UNSW; Sydney (2); Tohoku University, Sendai (2)
      T    Tokyo Metropolitan University (7); Tokyo University (3); Toronto (3); Trondheim (3); Tubingen
      V   Schrodinger Institute, Vienna (3)
      W  Warwick (2)
      Z    ETH Zurich


Operator Algebras at Cardiff Non-commutative toroidal orbifolds

Recent papers, research activities, conference talks, graduate students and research grants


Book

Quantum Symmetries on Operator Algebras with Yasuyuki Kawahigashi published by Oxford University Press. Here are the Updates/Corrections to the volume and some reviews by:


Undergraduate Course

Knots (Final Year Undergraduate Module)


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