## Alberto A. CondoriAssociate Professor and Graduate Program Coordinator |

"The only way to learn mathematics is to do mathematics."

Paul R. Halmos (1916-2006)

"Memory is the residue of thought."

Daniel T. Willingham

My research interests lie in the interplay between the following areas of Analysis: Complex Analysis, Operatory Theory, Functional Analysis, and Harmonic Analysis.

In particular, I am currently interested in the following subjects:

- spectra and pseudo-spectra of matrices and operators
- resolvent estimates for integral operators on Banach spaces and regularization of ill-posed problems
- cyclic vectors in Hilbert spaces of analytic functions
- superoptimal approximation by meromorphic matrix-valued functions on the unit disc

My research articles can be found here.

**Talks.** Some talks I have given lately include:

- Polynomially isometric matrices in low dimensions. This talk was given at the FGCU Mathematics Colloquium.
- Norm behavior of 3-by-3 matrices. This poster was presented during the Seidler Showcase at FGCU.
- Maximum Principles for Matrix-Valued Analytic Functions. This talk was given at the 2019 Joint Mathematics Meetings in the MAA General Contributed Paper Session on Analysis.

A copy of the slides used can be found here.

**Conferences.** Some conferences that I am interested in attending include:

- Focus Program on Analytic Function Spaces and their Applications. Fields Institute for Research in Mathematical Sciences. Toronto, Canada. July 1 - December 31, 2021.
- 31st International Workshop on Operator Theory and its Applications. Lancaster University, UK. Monday- Friday, August 16-20, 2021.
- Joint Mathematics Meetings, Seattle, January 5-8, 2022 (Wednesday-Saturday).

Information concerning the Graduate Mathematics Comprehensive Exams (e.g. syllabi, schedules, etc.) can be found here.

If you have any additional questions, please contact me at acondori@fgcu.edu.

Due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, I will not available for in-person office hours. If you are a student enrolled in one of my current courses, we should be able to meet through Microsoft Teams during our class scheduled office hours (cf. course syllabus for details). Otherwise, please make an appointment *in advance* via email (acondori@fgcu.edu).

Time/Day |
Tuesday |
Thursday |

09:30am - 11:15am | MAC 2313 LIB 410 |
MAC 2313 LIB 410 |

11:30am - 12:30pm | Virtual Office Hour Microsoft Teams |
Virtual Office Hour Microsoft Teams |

12:30pm - 02:15pm | Not available | Not available |

02:15pm - 03:15pm | Virtual Office Hour Microsoft Teams |
Virtual Office Hour Microsoft Teams |

03:30pm - 05:15pm | MAC 2312 MH 112 |
MAC 2312 MH 112 |

06:00pm - 07:15pm | MAA 5228 HE 330 |
MAA 5228 |

*Note: Normally, I am also on campus on Monday, Wednesday and Friday as well; however, I have various meetings and so it might be difficult for you to find me those days.*

FGCU | FGCU | Teaching-related | Math Journals | Math-related pages |
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Library Mathematics Resources | The Lucas Center | Canvas | MAA Journals | FGCU IMC |

Gulfline | Faculty Senate | WebAssign | CAOT | VTRMC |

Web Based VPN | Office of the Provost | MyMathLab | JOT | Putnam Archive |

FGCU Math Colloquium | Center for Academic Achievement | Classroom Capsules and Notes | OAM | IMO |

ORGS: Resources and Forms | Office of Competitive Fellowships | SIMIODE | JFA | IMU |

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*Last update*: Monday, May 3, 2021