Natasha Blitvic (Indiana)
I will give an introduction to noncommutative probability, a vibrant area at the interface of (classical) probability, operator algebras, combinatorics, and mathematical physics. We will discuss some ways in which the noncommutative theory parallels and contrasts with the classical theory. The motivation will be the recent joint work with T. Kemp on the extension of the SegalBargmann analysis to an interesting twoparameter family of noncommutative probability spaces. top of page
