# Tao Mei

##### Education

Ph.D., Texas A&M university, 2006 (Advisor: Gilles Pisier)

##### Biography

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 in 2006. Dr. Mei's main research interests are in analysis and probability.

**Seminars/Conferences**

Brazos Analysis seminar
Rondom Matrices and Free Probability Learning Seminar.
Virtual Noncommutative Analysis Weekly Seminar
QIT Learning Seminar.
Graduate Lecture Series 2020 .

Baylor Analysis Seminar
##### PhD Students and Postdocs

Chian Y. Chuah, PhD. student, graduated 2022

Zhen C. Liu, PhD student, 2018-

Haojian Li, postdoc 2021-22

Sheng Yin, postdoc 2022-

Zifei Li, undergraduate research assistant, Fall 2021

Doreen Euler undergraduate research assistant, Spring 2022

Student research assistant
##### Current NSF Awards

PI, NSF award DMS-1700171, Fourier Multipliers on Noncommutative L_{p} Spaces, August 2017-Jan. 2023.

PI, NSF award DMS-2000012, Brazos Analysis Seminar, Feb. 2020 - Jan. 2023.

##### Recent Publications

T. Mei and E. Ricard, Free Hilbert Transforms, Duke Math. J. 166 (2017), no. 11, 2153-2182.

T. Mei and M. de la Salle, Complete boundedness of Heat Semigroups on the von Neumann Algebra of hyperbolic groups, Trans. Amer. Math. Soc. , 369 (2017), no. 8, 5601-5622.

M. Junge, T. Mei and J. Parcet, Noncommutative Riesz transforms- a dimension free estimate, J. Eur. Math. Soc., 20 (2018), no. 3, 529-595.

T. Ferguson, T. Mei, B. Simanek, H∞-calculus for semigroup generators on BMO, Adv. Math. 347 (2019), 408-441.

G. Hong, T. Mei, and H. Liu. An operator-valued T1 theory for symmetric CZOs, Journal of Functional Analysis, 278 (2020), no. 7, 108420, 27 pp.

M. Junge, T. Mei, J. Parcet and R. Xia, Algebraic Calderón-Zygmund theory, Adv. Math., (2021), Paper No. 107443, 72pp.

T. Mei and E. Ricard, Q. Xu, A Mikhlin multiplier theory for free groups and amalgamated free products of von Neumann algebras. Adv. Math. 403 (2022), Paper No. 108394, 32 pp.

##### Recent Invited Lectures

Nov. 2022, Wabash Mini Conference 2022; IUPUI, Indianapolis.

July 2022, Glasgow Analysis Seminar, U. of Glasgow, UK

May 2022, Great Plains Operator Theory Symposium 2022; Washington University in St. Louis

April 2022, 85th Midwest PDE Seminar; Baylor University

March 2022, Inverse Problem and Analysis seminar, U. of Delaware

Dec. 2021, Analysis Seminar, University of Wisconsin (Madison).

Oct. 2021, International Seminar Series on "Harmonic Analysis & Applications", Video

Oct. 2021, Analysis Seminar, University of Houston.

Apr. 2021, Albany Analysis Seminar

Mar. 2020, Probabilistic Operator Algebra Seminar, Lp Fourier Multipliers and Singular Integrals on group von Neumann algebras ( on Zoom), UC Berkeley.

Dec. 2019, Mini course lecturer, NCM Workshop in Harmonic Analysis, IISER Bhopal, India.

Oct. 2019, Analysis seminar, Delft Technology., Netherland.

May 2019, Mini workshop in Harmonic analysis, Changsha, China.

Nov. 2018, Analysis seminar, Georgia Tech Univ., Atlanta.

Oct. 2018, Symposium on K-theory and Noncommutative Topology, San Juan.

May 2018, Interactions between Operator Space Theory and Quantum Probability with Applications to Quantum Information, Oberwolfach, Germany.

Dec. 2017, Analysis seminar at Brown University, Rode Island.

Nov. 2017, Colloquium seminar at University of Texas at San Antonio.

May 2016, Semi-Plenary speaker at 36th Great Plains Operator Theory Symposium;, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, IL.