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Quantales and applications to ring theory
On behalf of Mathematics and Statistics Department under the College of Arts and Sciences, you are cordially invited on a Seminar to be conducted by Jesse Elliot from California State University, Channel Island.
A quantale is a noncommutative and point-free generalization of a topological space. Quantales were introduced in 1986 by C. J. Mulvey in order to develop the concept of noncommutative topology, to provide a lattice theoretic setting for C^*-algebras, and to provide a constructive and noncommutative setting for the foundations of quantum mechanics. In this lecture I will introduce the theory of quantales and provide some new applications to ring theory, specifically to study of star and semistar operations.
For further details kindly contact Dr. Ayman Badawi (firstname.lastname@example.org)