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Mathematics
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32
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115
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2392
National Ranking
14

- Algebra
- Pure mathematics
- Topology

Mikael Rørdam mostly deals with Discrete mathematics, Combinatorics, Pure mathematics, Separable space and Simple. His biological study deals with issues like Crossed product, which deal with fields such as C*-algebra and Direct limit. Much of his study explores Combinatorics relationship to Unital.

His Noncommutative geometry and Operator algebra investigations are all subjects of Pure mathematics research. Mikael Rørdam regularly links together related areas like Cuntz algebra in his Separable space studies. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Zero and Rank.

- An Introduction to K-Theory for C*-Algebras (366 citations)
- On the structure of simple C∗-algebras tensored with a UHF-algebra, II (280 citations)
- Infinite Non-simple C*-Algebras: Absorbing the Cuntz Algebra O∞ (175 citations)

Mikael Rørdam spends much of his time researching Pure mathematics, Combinatorics, Discrete mathematics, Algebra and Simple. In general Pure mathematics, his work in Algebra over a field, Divisibility rule and Cuntz algebra is often linked to Metrization theorem linking many areas of study. His Combinatorics research incorporates themes from Zero, Separable space, Unital and Rank.

Mikael Rørdam interconnects Direct limit and Tensor in the investigation of issues within Separable space. In Discrete mathematics, Mikael Rørdam works on issues like Free product, which are connected to Trace. He has researched Algebra in several fields, including Symmetric algebra, Algebra representation, Cellular algebra and Filtered algebra.

- Pure mathematics (47.37%)
- Combinatorics (29.82%)
- Discrete mathematics (23.68%)

- Pure mathematics (47.37%)
- Algebra (22.81%)
- Simple (20.18%)

Pure mathematics, Algebra, Simple, Invariant and Trace are his primary areas of study. His Pure mathematics research includes elements of Simplex and Free product. The study incorporates disciplines such as Algebra representation, Cellular algebra, Subalgebra and Filtered algebra in addition to Algebra.

His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Discrete mathematics, Sequence and Unital. His Discrete mathematics research integrates issues from Mathematical proof and Quotient. His research in Trace tackles topics such as Factorization which are related to areas like Structure, Characterization, Rank and Bounded function.

- CENTRAL SEQUENCE C -ALGEBRAS AND TENSORIAL ABSORPTION OF THE JIANG-SU ALGEBRA (79 citations)
- Purely infinite C * -algebras arising from crossed products (62 citations)
- THE CORONA FACTORIZATION PROPERTY, STABILITY, AND THE CUNTZ SEMIGROUP OF A C -ALGEBRA (36 citations)

- Algebra
- Pure mathematics
- Topology

Mikael Rørdam mainly focuses on Pure mathematics, Algebra, Simple, Crossed product and Factorization. His work deals with themes such as Spectrum and Prime, which intersect with Pure mathematics. His work on Rank as part of general Algebra research is frequently linked to Elementary amenable group, bridging the gap between disciplines.

The various areas that Mikael Rørdam examines in his Simple study include Group, Cantor set, Countable set, Sequence and Abelian group. He focuses mostly in the field of Sequence, narrowing it down to topics relating to Unital and, in certain cases, Semigroup. His Crossed product research incorporates elements of Commutative property, Noncommutative harmonic analysis, Locally compact space, Locally compact group and Invariant.

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An Introduction to K-Theory for C*-Algebras

M. Rørdam;F. Larsen;N. Laustsen.

**(2000)**

648 Citations

On the structure of simple C∗-algebras tensored with a UHF-algebra, II

Mikael Rørdam.

Journal of Functional Analysis **(1991)**

303 Citations

Classification of Nuclear C*-Algebras. Entropy in Operator Algebras

Mikael Rørdam;Erling Størmer.

**(2002)**

228 Citations

THE STABLE AND THE REAL RANK OF ${\mathcal Z}$-ABSORBING C*-ALGEBRAS

Mikael Rørdam.

International Journal of Mathematics **(2004)**

219 Citations

Approximately Central Matrix Units and the Structure of Noncommutative Tori

Bruce Blackadar;Alexander Kumjian;Mikael Rørdam.

K-theory **(1992)**

210 Citations

Classification of Certain Infinite Simple C*-Algebras

M. Rordam.

Journal of Functional Analysis **(1995)**

204 Citations

Classification of Nuclear, Simple C*-algebras

M. Rørdam.

**(2002)**

199 Citations

Infinite Non-simple C*-Algebras: Absorbing the Cuntz Algebra O∞

Eberhard Kirchberg;Mikael Rørdam.

Advances in Mathematics **(2002)**

189 Citations

A simple C*-algebra with a finite and an infinite projection

Mikael Rørdam.

Acta Mathematica **(2003)**

184 Citations

Classification of Cuntz-Krieger algebras

Mikael Rørdam.

K-theory **(1995)**

157 Citations

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