RESEARCH
Research is a central and critical component of my academic career. I have focused on research across mathematical boundaries, bringing insight and innovation to core areas of interest. For example, I used a combination of algebra, geometry and functional analysis to progress the BaumConnes conjecture and I have worked with electrical engineers.My two major projects are: the structure of totally disconnected, locally compact groups; and the classification of equilibrium states on Calgebras. I have given plenary talks at international conferences and regularly earn external competitive research funding. Given a choice, I work as part of a team.
PUBLICATIONS
In my mathematical papers, authors are listed alphabetically.
A full list of my publications appears in my CV.
RESEARCHER PROFILES
In my mathematical papers, authors are listed alphabetically.
My MathSciNet author ID is 352868. From UOW this can be accessed via
http://www.ams.org.ezproxy.uow.edu.au/mathscinet/search/author.html?mrauthid=352868
AUSTRALIAN RESEARCH COUNCIL GRANTS
2015–2017 
Willis and Ramagge, DP150100060, $443,000
ScaleMultiplicative Semigroups and Geometry 
2013–2015 
Ramagge and Raeburn, DP130100490, $390,000
States and structure of operator algebras from selfsimilar actions 
2010–2013 
Ramagge, Raeburn, and Laca, DP1096001, $420,000
Structure and states of operatoralgebraic dynamical systems 
2009–2014 
Willis and Ramagge, DP0984342, $376,868
Totally disconnected groups in algebra and geometry 
2005–2007 
Willis and Ramagge, DP0556017, $234,000
Geometric representation of smallrank totally disconnected groups 
2003–2005 
Raeburn, Ramagge, Laca, and Larsen, LX0348081, $50,600
Hecke Algebras in Algebra and Analysis 
2002–2004 
Willis and Ramagge, DP0208137, $185,000
Totally disconnected groups and their algebras 


Jacqui Ramagge
School of Mathematics and Statistics,
University of Sydney,
NSW 2006, Australia.
T: (+61 2) 9351 4533
M: 0407 065 911
E: Jacqui.Ramagge@sydney.edu.au
Publications
