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ryan tully-doyle   

office:  Maxcy 306

office hours:    TR 11-12, F 12-2

email:  rtullydoyle@newhaven.edu  

research interests:    functional analysis, operator theory, several complex variables   [ cv ]

teaching:    [  math 3303  ]    [  math 3311  ]    [  math 3371  ]

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conference slides:
Department Seminar, 9/6: Is 1 + 2 + 3 + ... = -1/12 (50 minute version)
MAA NES Spring 2018:
Is 1 + 2 + 3 + ... = -1/12? (20 minute version)
IWOTA 2018: Escaping nontangential approach

papers:

Refereed journal articles

  1. Representation of free Herglotz functions (with J. E. Pascoe and B. Passer), to appear, Indiana University Journal of Mathematics, 2018
  2. Free functions with symmetry (with J. E. Pascoe, D. Cushing), Mathematische Zeitschrift, 2017
  3. Free Pick functions: representations, asymptotic behavior and matrix monotonicity in several noncommuting variables (with J. E. Pascoe), Journal of Functional Analysis, 2017 273(1)
  4. Analytic functions on the bidisk at boundary singularities via Hilbert space methods, Operators and Matrices, 2017 11(1) 55-70
  5. Convex entire noncommutative functions are polynomials of degree two or less (with J.W. Helton, J. E. Pascoe, and V. Vinnikov), Integral Equations and Operator Theory , 2016 86(2) 151-163
  6. Nevanlinna Representations in Several Variables (with J. Agler, N.J. Young), Journal of Functional Analysis, 2016 270
  7. Boundary Behavior of Analytic Functions of Two Variables via Generalized Models (with J. Agler, N.J. Young), Indagationes Mathematicae 2012 23 995-1027
Papers in submission:
  1. Cauchy transforms arising from homomorphic conditional expectations parametrize free Pick functions but those arising from conditional expectations do not (with J. E. Pascoe), in revision
Papers in preparation:
  1. Escaping non-tangentiality: towards a higher order Julia-Caratheodory theory based on amortized tangential approach. (with J. E. Pascoe and M. Sargent).
My mathematical brother: J. E. Pascoe

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