Professor of Mathematics
|Address:||Dept. of Math/CS
Atlanta, GA 30322 USA
|Office:||W417 Math & Science Center|
My interests are global and geometric analysis, differential geometry, and mathematical physics.
I wrote the book: Spectral Theory of Infinite-Area
Hyperbolic Surfaces, Birkhauser, 2007. For more
information (including errata) see the book's
Slides from some talks:
Some recent research articles:
Publications available at OpenEmory.
1988 A.B., Princeton University 1993 Ph.D. in Physics, Harvard University (advisor: Arthur Jaffe)
1993-96 Assistant Professor, University of Michigan 1996-97 NSF Posdoctoral Research Fellow, University of California at Berkeley 1997-2002 Assistant Professor, Emory University 2002-2009 Associate Professor, Emory University 2009- Professor, Emory University
Grants and awards
1994 Rackham Faculty Fellowship, University of Michigan 1994-97 NSF Research Grant in Modern Analysis 1996-99 NSF Postdoctoral Research Fellowship 2002-05 NSF Research Grant in Geometric Analysis 2009-12 NSF Research Grant in Analysis