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About Dr Adam Sierakowski

Dr Sierakowski received his BSc, Mathematics - Applied Mathematics in 2004 and his MSc (Cand.Scient), Mathematics - Applied Mathematics in 2007 both from the University of Southern Denmark, Denmark.
Further studies at the University of Copenhagen, Denmark, resulted in Dr Sierakowski graduating with his PhD, Mathematics with dissertation titled, ‘Discrete crossed product C*-algebrasi’ in June, 2009.
Two visiting positions at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim, Norway and at the Fields Institute for Research in Mathematical Sciences, Toronto, ON, Canada were undertaken in 2006-2007.
Following graduation, Dr Sierakowski had a research assistant role at the University of Copenhagen prior to accepting a postdoctoral position back at the Fields Institute, University of Toronto in Canada.
The University of Wollongong welcomed Dr Sierakowski in 2012.
Field of Study: Classifications of C*-algebras, factors. Noncommutative dynamical systems. K-theory and operator algebras (including cyclic theory). Applications of operator algebras to physics. Topological dynamics. Noncommutative geometry (`a la Connes)
Professional Activities and Affiliations:
• Speaker, Danish-Norwegian Workshop on Operator Algebras, Lysebu, Oslo: Purely infinite crossed products, December (2009)
• Speaker, Operator Algebras Seminars, University of Copenhagen: The ideal structure of reduced crossed products, October (2008)
• Speaker, Operator Algebras Seminars, Fields Institute, Toronto: Transformation group and C*-algebras, August (2007)
• Speaker, Australian Mathematical Society 56th Annual Meeting, University of Ballarat: Purely infinite C*-algebras arising from group actions on the Cantor set (2012) (http://tinyurl.com/talkballarat)
• Speaker, University of Wollongong, Institute for Mathematics & its Applications Seminar (http://tinyurl.com/talkgong): The ideal structure of crossed products (2012)
• Speaker, University of Otago, New Zealand: Non-amenable exact groups and classification of C*-algebras (http://tinyurl.com/talkotago) (2012)

Positions

Present Research Fellow, School of Mathematics and Applied Statistics, Faculty of Informatics, University of Wollongong
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Contact Information

Phone: 02 4221 4124
Email: asierako@uow.edu.au
Room: 15.G33

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