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Michael Anshelevich

Director of Undergraduate Research In Mathematics

Texas A&M University

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Texas A&M University

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College Station, Texas,77843

United States

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Michael Anshelevich (Texas A&M University)
- Further examine the connections that subordination has with monotone independence (as suggested by the work of Lenczewski [L2007]) and with conditionally free independence (as suggested by the work of Anshelevich [A2008]). During the last year, several 2-person subsets of the 4 proposed RIT participants have looked at one or another aspect of this body of problems: Nica visited Anshelevich in February 2009, Belinschi briefly visited Nica in August 2009, Anshelevich visited Belinschi in September 2009, Fevrier visited twice Belinschi, in October 2008 and 2009, and visited Nica in October 2009. During the last year, several 2-person subsets of the 4 proposed RIT participants have looked at one or another aspect of this body of problems: Nica visited Anshelevich in February 2009, Belinschi briefly visited Nica in August 2009, Anshelevich visited Belinschi in September 2009, Fevrier visited twice Belinschi, in October 2008 and 2009, and visited Nica in October 2009.


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Miklos Abert (Chicago), Razvan Anisca (Lakehead), Michael Anshelevich (Texas A&M), Serban T. Belinschi (Waterloo), Benoit Collins (Ottawa), George Elliott (Toronto), Wojciech Jaworski (Carleton), Todd Kemp (MIT), Claus Koestler (Carleton), Jamie Mingo (Queen's), Alexandru Nica (Waterloo), Vladimir Pestov (Ottawa), Brian Rider (UC-Boulder), Joseph Rosenblatt (Illinois - Urbana-Champaign), Michael Rubinstein (Waterloo), Volker Runde (Alberta), David Sherman (UC-Santa Barbara), Ben Steinberg (Carleton), Balazs Szegedy (Toronto).


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