Asma Harcharras is an Associate Professor in the Department of Mathematics at the University of Missouri. Her research area lies at the crossroads of harmonic analysis and operator spaces. Her work focuses on the study of noncommutative L(p) sets and their matrix counterpart, and on their applications and connections to other areas.
Harcharras is dedicated to her students and is actively involved in the teaching mission of the university. She has worked on the NSF funded project “Development of Courses and Recruitment Models for Attracting and Preparing Middle Grade Mathematics Teachers."
1997 Ph.D., Paris 6 University, France
- MATH 1700 Calculus II
- MATH 2300 Multivariable Calculus
Functional analysis, harmonic analysis, operator space theory.
“On the norm of an idempotent Schur multiplier on the Schatten class”, with W. Banks, Proc. Amer. Math. Soc. 132 (2004), (7) 2121-2125.
“New examples of non-commutative Λ(p)-sets”, with W. Banks, Illinois J. Math. 47 (2003), (4) 1063-1078.
“Matrix inequalities with applications to the theory of iterated kernels”, with W. Banks, S. Neuwirth, and E. Ricard, Linear Algebra Appl. 362 (2003), 275-286.
“Lacunary matrices”, with S. Neuwirth and K. Oleszkiewicz, Indiana Univ. Math. J. 50 (2001), (4) 1675-1689.
“Fourier analysis, Schur multipliers on Sp and non-commutative Λ(p)–sets”, Studia Math. 137 (1999), (3) 203-260.
“On some stability properties of the full C∗–algebra generated by the free groupF∞”, Proc. Edinburgh Math. Soc. 41 (1998), 93-116.