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Connections between analysis and computational geometry A workshop at SoCG 2012,
UNC Chapel Hill, Monday, June 18, 2012.
Coifman-Jones-Rokhlin conference, Yale, June 4-6, 2012. Conference Poster
Workshop on Computational and Conformal Geometry April 20-22, 2007
MAT 656, Spring 2014 Topics in Dynamical Systems - Transcendental Dynamics
webpages for course from previous semesters
Find your Erdos number Thhis links to the Math Reviews collaboration distance finder. You enter two names and it produces a path between them where edges connect coauthors. Some of my distances to various people are: Erdos=3, Hilbert=4, Gauss=6, Einstein=4, Wiles=4, Stephen Hawking=5, Ahlfors=2, Hausdorff=7, Kakutani=4, Milnor=4, Lebesgue=6, Zygmund=4 , Dennis Sullivan=3
Math Reviews: this is a list of reviews of my papers in Mathematical Reviews.
My research interests center on conformal geometry, which is basically the investigation of when two spaces can be mapped to each other by conformal or quasiconformal maps. Within this area I have worked on problems involving harmonic measure (conformal image of Lebesgue measure on the circle), Kleinain groups and Riemann surfaces (groups of conformal maps on hyperbolic space), Brownian motion (a conformally invariant process), computational conformal geometry and numerical conformal mappings, quasiconformal maps, and holomorphic and harmonic function theory. Recently I hosted (with Stephen Vavasis) a workshop on computational and conformal geometry here at Stony Brook. Slides for the lectures are posted on the Workshop webpage:
Vita: Here is a copy of my vita, a list of my papers (no abstracts) and other information related to my research.
Papers: this is a list of my papers and preprints with abstracts in TeX format. The list includes links to some of the more recent papers in postscript or dvi format.
Citations : this is a list of citations of my papers using the Math Reviews citation tool.
Lectures these are transperences for some of my recent talks.
Journals: this is a list of some links to online journal archives.
People: some links to mathematicians with related interests.
Chris Green's 2011 Thesis: My former student's PhD thesis on the Ahlfors iteration for determining Schwarz-Christoffel parameters.
Tutorial on C-programming C-Programming, U. of Strathcylde, Glasgow
Travel : Links to campus map, ferry schedules, train schedules, airlines.
Solar System login
Computational Science Training for Undergraduates in the Mathematical Sciences (CSUMS)
Links to SB math dept, Math Reviews , the Combined Membership List. 2000 Math Reviews classification.
visits since 6/17/98.