E-mail: michael (dot) hartglass (at) ucr (dot) edu
Office: 233 Surge
I am currently a Visiting Assistant Professor in the Mathematics Department at the University of California, Riverside. I was previously a Visiting Assistant Professor at the University of Iowa. I received my Ph.D. from UC Berkeley in 2013 under the supervision of Vaughan Jones.
von Neumann algebras, C*-algebras, free probability, subfactors, random matrices
Here is my CV.
Publications and preprints:
M. Hartglass Free Product C*-algebras associated to graphs, free differentials, and laws of loops (2015) arXiv version. To appear in the Canadian Journal of Mathematics.
M. Hartglass and D. Penneys C*-algebras from planar algebras I: canonical C*-algebras associated to a planar algebra (2014) arXiv version. To appear in Transactions of the American Mathematical Society
M. Hartglass and D. Penneys C*-algebras from planar algebras II: the Guionnet-Jones-Shlyakhtenko C*-algebras Journal of Functional Analysis. 267(2014) no. 10, 3859--3893. arXiv version.
M. Hartglass Free product von Neumann algebras associated to graphs and Guionnet, Jones, Shlyakhtenko subfactors in infinite depth Journal of Functional Analysis. 265 (2013), no. 12, 3305--3324. arXiv version.
M. Hartglass, D. Penneys, A. Brothier Rigid C^*-tensor categories of bimodules over interpolated free group factors Journal of mathematical Physics 53, 123525 (2012). arXiv version.
I won an outstanding visiting professor award in the spring of 2016.
All course materials are available on iLearn
Math 9C (First Year Calculus) Section 010: Tu, Th 12:40-2:00 1102 Sproul Hall. Syllabus.
Math 46 (Introduction to Differential Equations) Section 010: Tu, Th 8:10-9:30 1101 Watkins Hall. Syllabus.
Math 46: Tu 10:40-12:00 and Tu 4:10-5:30
Math 9C: W 2:10-3:40 and Th 3:10-4:30
Math 11 (Introduction to Discrete Structures), Spring 2016.
Math 131 (Linear Algebra I), Spring 2016
Math 9A (First Year Calculus), Winter 2016
Math 131 (Linear Algebra I), Fall 2015
Math 10B (Multivariable Integral Calculus), Fall 2015
Math 31 (Applied Linear Algebra), Spring 2015
Math 9B (First Year Calculus), Spring 2015
Math 8B (Intro to College Math for the Sciences), Winter 2015
Math 9C (first year calculus), Fall 2014