International Book Series of Mathematical Texts 2012; 148 pp; hardcover ISBN10: 9738789982 ISBN13: 9789738789982 List Price: US$36 Member Price: US$28.80 Order Code: THETA/16
 This volume contains the proceedings of the 23rd International Conference on Operator Theory, held in Timişoara, Romania, from June 29 to July 4, 2010. It includes three survey articles on traces on a \(C^*\)algebra, amalgamated products of \(C^*\)bundles, and compactness of composition operators, as well as ten papers containing original research on several topics: single operator theory, \(C^*\)algebras, moment problems, differential and integral operators, and complex function theory. A publication of the Theta Foundation. Distributed worldwide, except in Romania, by the AMS. Readership Graduate students and research mathematicians interested in operator theory. Table of Contents  A. M. Bikchentaev  Characterization of traces on \(C^*\)algebras: A survey
 E. Blanchard  Amalgamated products of \(C^*\)bundles
 E. Boasso  The Drazin spectrum in Banach algebras
 B. E. Breckner and C. Varga  On problems involving the weak Laplacian operator on the Sierpinski gasket
 S. Grigorian and A. Kuznetsova  On a category of nuclear \(C^*\)algebras
 L. LemneteNinulescu  Truncated trigonometric and Hausdorff moment problems for operators
 N. Lupa and M. Megan  Rolewicz type theorems for nonuniform exponential stability of evolution operators on the halfline
 M. Megan, T. Ceauşu, and L. Biriş  On some concepts of stability and instability for cocycles of linear operators in Banach spaces
 H. Queffélec  A tentative comparison of compactness of composition operators on HardyOrlicz and BergmanOrlicz spaces
 F. Rădulescu  A universal, noncommutative \(C^\ast\)algebra associated to the Hecke algebra of double cosets
 C. Stoica and M. Megan  On nonuniform exponential dichotomy for linear skewevolution semiflows in Banach spaces
 L. Suciu and N. Suciu  On the asymptotic limit of a bicontraction
 A. Totoi  Integral operators applied on classes of meromorphic functions defined by subordination and superordination
