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  • I'm a mathematician interested in functional analysis and quantum information theory.

  • I'm currently a postdoc in the quantum group at Louisiana State University.

  • Ph.D. in Mathematics from University of Illinois working with Zhong-Jin Ruan on quantum groups, noncommutative $L_p$-spaces, etc..
  • Formerly postdoc in the Mathematics and Quantum Information group at Universidad Complutense de Madrid in Spain.
  • Interests: Operator algebras, operator spaces, quantum groups, quantum information theory, quantum games, . . .

Dec
9
comment is a number of the below form ever a perfect square
Try looking at the problem modulo $3$.
Dec
9
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Dec
9
reviewed Reject How to solve $\int_0^{\infty}\frac{\cos{ax}}{x^3+1}dx$?
Dec
9
reviewed Approve What's the fourth term in the multivariable Taylor expansion?
Dec
9
reviewed Approve Solving $\int\frac{x}{(x^2+x+1)^{\frac{1}{12}}}$
Dec
8
reviewed Approve Why are integers subset of reals?
Dec
8
reviewed Approve How to solve $\int_0^{\infty}\frac{\cos{ax}}{x^3+1}dx$?
Dec
6
reviewed Approve Weierstrass Approximation Theorem
Dec
5
reviewed Reject the derivative of a sequence of convex function coverge
Nov
27
reviewed Reject inverse hyperbolic function of a complex argument
Nov
27
reviewed Approve Taylor series of a definite integral
Nov
25
reviewed Approve Countable Neighborhoods
Nov
24
reviewed Approve Prove $B−C \subseteq A'$ implies $A \cap B \subseteq C$
Nov
20
reviewed Reject Does L'Hôpital's work the other way?
Nov
20
reviewed Approve How to study for analysis?
Nov
9
comment Analysis differentiability question
Hint: Mean Value Theorem
Nov
9
reviewed Approve Find the nth term of the series?
Nov
9
reviewed Approve Formal Languages and Automata proof
Nov
7
comment How to restore a function from its Fourier transform on the imaginary axis?
I guess that depends what you consider a good inversion formula. In the unilateral case, one has en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Inverse_Laplace_transform
Nov
7
comment How to restore a function from its Fourier transform on the imaginary axis?
Your function $g(x)$ is, up to a minus sign, the bilateral Laplace transform of $f(x)$. So you are looking for the inverse bilateral Laplace transform. A bit of caution is needed here; for example, see math.stackexchange.com/questions/169275/…