Education
Voiculescu studied at the University of Bucharest, receiving his Doctor of Philosophy in 1977 under the direction of Ciprian Foias.
mathematician university professor
Voiculescu studied at the University of Bucharest, receiving his Doctor of Philosophy in 1977 under the direction of Ciprian Foias.
He has worked in single operator theory, operator K-theory and von Neumann algebras. More recently, he developed free probability theory. He was an assistant at the University of Bucharest (1972–1973), a researcher at the Institute of Mathematics of the Romanian Academy (1973–1975), and a researcher at INCREST (1975–1986).
He came to Berkeley in 1986 for the International Congress of Mathematicians, and stayed on as visiting professor
Voiculescu was appointed professor at Berkeley in 1987.
American Mathematical Society. National Academy of Sciences. Guggenheim Fellowship.