Bio
I am a pure mathematician working in operator algebra and related fields. My research is primarily focused on C*algebras and abstract algebras associated to mathematical objects such as groupoids, and directed graphs and their topological and higherrank analogues. A significant portion of my research involves "twisting" these algebras by cohomological data and studying the effect on important properties of the algebras, such as simplicity. My work on the C*algebras of graphs and groupoids forms part of a larger quest by operator algebraists to completely classify C*algebras.
Publications & Preprints

B. Armstrong, A uniqueness theorem for twisted groupoid C*algebras, preprint, 2021, arXiv:2103.03063v1 [math.OA].

B. Armstrong, G.G. de Castro, L.O. Clark, K. Courtney, Y.F. Lin, K. McCormick, J. Ramagge, A. Sims, and B. Steinberg, Reconstruction of twisted Steinberg algebras, preprint, 2021, arXiv:2101.08556v1 [math.RA].

B. Armstrong, L.O. Clark, A. an Huef, M. Jones, and Y.F. Lin, Filtering germs: groupooids associated to inverse semigroups, preprint, 2020, arXiv:2010.16113v2 [math.RA].

B. Armstrong, Simplicity of twisted C*algebras of topological higherrank graphs, PhD thesis abstract, Bull. Aust. Math. Soc. 101 (2020), 512–513.

B. Armstrong, L.O. Clark, K. Courtney, Y.F. Lin, K. McCormick, and J. Ramagge, Twisted Steinberg algebras, preprint, 2020, arXiv:1910.13005v2 [math.RA].

B. Armstrong and N. Brownlowe, Productsystem models for twisted C*algebras of topological higherrank graphs, J. Math. Anal. Appl. 466 (2018), 1443–1475.

B. Armstrong, M. Fielding, S. Kirk, and J. Ramagge, Factors affecting success in CHEM101 at UOW, Austral. Math. Soc. Gaz. 41 (2014), 91–98.