Welcome! Professor Michael Ruzhansky from Ghent University, Belgium.

Today, July 8, 2019, Professor Michael Ruzhansky from Ghent University, Belgium has visited KMUTTFixed Point Research Lab.

He is a senior full professor of Mathematics, Ghent University in Belgium, and Professor of Mathematics, Queen Mary University of London. His related topics are analysis, PDE and  noncommutative phase space analysis.

He is very nice and kind. Also, he loves learning and trying new experiences as a scientist.


In the morning, we shared a part of our research topics such as Fourier transform for operators, fuzzy sets and similarity measure, Alexandrov spaces.

Thank you very much for visiting us. Hope to see you again.

Published by KMUTTFixed Point Research Lab. @ Bang Mod

KMUTT-Fixed Point Theory and Application Research Group


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