Joachim Toft

Joachim Toft

Department of Mathematics Faculty of Technology
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I have been employd at Linnaeus/Växjö university since 2004. My activity mainly concerns teaching and research. Before I came to Växjö, I was employed as assistant professor at Blekinge Institute of Technology in Karlskrona, Blekinge, Sweden. I became finished with my Ph.D. in mathematics at Lund University, Sweden during 1997. During 1995-1998 I was employed as teaching assistant master at Kristianstad University.


During my academical career I have taught courses like basic mathematics, real analysis, multi-variable analysis, basic algebra, linear algebra, vector analysis, complex analysis, abstract algebra, statistics, measure and integration theory, functional analysis, distribution theory, as well as some Ph.D. courses in mathematics.


    My research mainly concerns pseudo-differential calculus and related topics, e.g. Fourier analysis, time-frequency analysis, harmonic analysis, basic operator theory, generalized functions (especially Gelfand-Shilov spaces and Gevrey classes) and micro-local analysis. Some research steps towards complex analysis have also been performed.

    In my approach, functional analysis, harmonic analysis and basic operator theory are more frequently used comparing to what is usual within these fields. I am also interested in applications, especially concerning different types of wave phenomena, e.g. interpretations in physics, non-stationary filters, geophysics.


Member of the mathematic organization ISAAC (International Society of Analysis itsApplications and Computations).

Editor of the following journals:

Journal of Pseudo-Differential Operators and Applications

Annals of Functional Analysis


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