David R. Pitts

Professor
Department of Mathematics
University of Nebraska--Lincoln, 68588-0130

Office: 213 Avery Hall
Voice: (402)-472-8806
FAX: (402)-472-8466
e-mail: dpitts2 AT unl DOT edu

Office Hours

My office hours for the Spring 2014 semester are MWF 2:00-3:00. Also feel free to call for an appointment or stop by my office.

Teaching Activities

During the Spring 2014 semester, I am teaching Math 325, Elementary Analysis and Math 415/815, Linear Algebra.

Research Interests

My research interests are in Operator Theory/Operator Algebras.

Publications

Here is a link to my list of publications

Check out these links:

  1. Here is information on the Nebraska-Iowa Functional Analysis Seminar.
  2. Some Operator Theory
  3. Mathematics Sites
  4. John Orr's Analysis WebNotes: Math 325 students should check it out.
  5. Mark Sapir's Linear Algebra WebNotes: Math 314 students should check this one out. ,
  6. MAPLE TUTORIAL by the Cluster Team at Los Alamos National Laboratory.
  7. Maps and Accomodations Maps of the area near the Math Department and links to MAPBLAST (for maps of other areas and driving directions.) Some accomodations near campus are listed here as well.
  8. Click for Lincoln, Nebraska Forecast