Dr Timothy Wertz received his bachelor’s degree from Alma College, where he majored in Mathematics, Physics, and Foreign Service. He went on to obtain a Master’s degree in Mathematics from San Francisco State University, for which his research focused on interpolation and sampling in spaces of analytic functions. He completed his Ph.D. at the University of California, Davis, where his dissertation research concerned eigenvector localisation and related phenomena.
Dr Wertz specialises in harmonic analysis, functional analysis, and operator theory. His primary areas of research are eigenvector localisation, spectral invariance, and Banach algebras of localised operators. His interests also include Gabor systems and random matrix theory.
Submitted; Thomas Strohmer and Tim Wertz; Almost eigenvalues and eigenvectors for almost Mathieu operators.
2014; Ilya Krishtal, Thomas Strohmer, Tim Wertz; Localization of matrix factorizations; Foundations of Computational Mathematics.
2013; Alex Schuster and Tim Wertz; Interpolation on non-uniformly separated sequences in a weighted Bergman space; Journal of the Egyptian Mathematical Society.