Tin-Yau Tam

Professor
Department of Mathematics & Statistics
Auburn University
E-mail: tamtiny@auburn.edu
Page: http://www.auburn.edu/~tamtiny/

Fields of interest:

Matrix theory and Lie groups/algebras, Multilinear algebra, Numerical range, Operator theory and their applications.

Recent publications:

Xuhua Liu, Brice M. Nguelifack, Tin-Yau Tam,
Unitary similarity to a complex symmetric matrix and its extension to orthogonal symmetric Lie algebras,
Linear Algebra and Its Applications, 438 (2013) 3789–3796.

Xuhua Liu and Tin-Yau Tam,
Gradient Flows for the Minimum Distance to the Sum of Adjoint Orbits,
Linear and Multilinear Algebra, 61 (2013) 678-696.

Randall R. Holmes, Huajun Huang and Tin-Yau Tam,
Asymptotic behavior of Iwasawa and Cholesky iterations,
Linear Algebra and Its Applications, 438 (2013) 3755–3768.

Tin-Yau Tam and Mary Clair Thompson
Determinants of sums of two real matrices and their extensions,
in Linear and Multilinear Algebra, 60 (2012) 1409-1431.

Durmus Bozkurt and Tin-Yau Tam,
Determinants and Inverses of Circulant Matrices with Jacobsthal and Jacobsthal-Lucas Numbers,
Applied Mathematics and Computation, 219 (2012), 544-551.

Tin-Yau Tam and Mary Clair Thompson
Determinants of sum of orbits under compact Lie group,
Linear Algebra and Its Applications, 436 (2012), 1644-1650.