Professor Ivan Todorov

  • Professor Ivan Todorov

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Professor Todorov’s research interests are in the areas of Operator Algebras, Abstract Harmonic Analysis, Quantum Information Theory and their interactions. More specifically, he is interested in the theory of operator systems and their applications to zero-error quantum information theory and the theory of non-local games.

He also studies locally compact groups and their applications to operator algebras, as manifested in the study of special sets in harmonic analysis, Schur and Herz-Schur multipliers, theory of non-commutative dynamical systems and others.

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Open to PhD applications in the field of 

  • Operator Algebras
  • Abstract Harmonic Analysis
  • Zero-error Quantum Information Theory
 
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Faculty of Engineering and Physical Sciences

School of Mathematics and Pyhsics 

Research students

PhD title: Complactness properties of Schur multipliers


Name: Weijiao He
Years of Study: 2015 - 2019
Country: China

PhD title: Applicatiions of operator algebras to quantum information theory


Name: Gareth Boreland
Years of Study: 2017 - 2020
Country: Northern Ireland

 

Alumni: where are they now?

Joseph Habgood


PhD title:  Convergence properties of bimodules over maximal abelian selfadjoint algebras

Years of Study: 2003 - 2007
Country: UK
Current position: Higher Education, UK 

Martin McGarvey


PhD title: Normalisers of operator algebras

Years of Study: 2006 - 2009
Country: UK
Current position: Finance Industry, UK 

  

Savvas Papapnagides


PhD title: Tensor products of subspace lattices

Years of Study: 2008 - 2011
Country: Cyprus
Current position: Education Sector, Cyprus 

  

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