Department of Mathematics
United States of America
Dr. Mei joined the Baylor faculty Aug. 2015. Prior to coming to Baylor he taught at Wayne State University (2010-2015) and the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (2006-2010). He obtained his Ph.D. at Texas A&M University. He has traveled extensively throughout the world and, in particular, frequently to work with colleagues in France, Spain, and China. His hobbies include chess, ice skating and tennis (on table and on court). Dr. Mei is a co-organizer of the regional semi-annual Brazos Analysis seminar (jointly with Mehrdad Kalantar from U. Houston and Michael Brannan from Texas A&M University). His research interest includes Functional analysis/Harmonic Analysis; e.g. Operator (Matrix)-Valued function spaces, Fourier multipliers on nonabelian discrete groups/von Neumann algebras, Semigroups of operators, Noncommutative Lp spaces/Operator spaces & Stochastic processes; e.g. Maximal inequalities for martingales, Probability method of solving problem in analysis, Noncommutative Martingales.
Functional analysis/Harmonic Analysis
J. M. Conde, T. Mei and J. Parcet, Large BMO spaces vs interpolation, Analysis and PDE, 8 (2015), 713-747.
M. Junge, T. Mei and J. Parcet, Smooth Fourier Multipliers on Group von Neumann Algebras, Geometric Analysis and Functional Analysis, 24 (2014), 1913-1980.
T. Mei and M. de la Salle, Complete boundedness of Heat Semigroups on the von Neumann Algebra of Hyperbolic Groups, Transactions of the AMS, 369 (2017), no. 8, 5601-5622.