I am a co-organizer of the CMU Analysis and Geometry Seminar. Please do contact me if you would like to give a talk.
I also the supervisor of the Central Michigan Math Department Problem of the Week. If you have solved this week's problem, please send me the solution, or take it to the math department office! There are prizes for CMU undergraduates!
In summer 2018 I am organizing a workshop on the inhomogeneous Cauchy-Riemann equations in several varibles (``the dbar-problem'') for graduate students. If you are a graduate student interested in complex analysis, please apply to attend the program!
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to their courses, including office hours.
Math 637 (Second semester complex analysis): M W 2:00 PM-3:15 PM, Pearce 203.
Math 632 (Real Analysis) M W 03:30 PM-03:45 PM, Pearce 203
Math 233 (Calculus-- 3): M Tu W Th 10:00 AM-10:50 AM, Pearce 226.
Math 634 (Fourier Analysis) M W 02:00 PM-03:15 PM, Pearce 223
2 weeks topics course ''Several Complex Variables'', 16th to 27th May: M Tu W Th F 02:00 PM-03:50 PM, Pearce 203
Math 232 (Linear Algebra and Differential Equations): Tu Th 9:30am to 10:45 pm, Dow 107 .
Math 632 (Real Analysis): M W 02:00 PM-03:15 PM. Pearce 223.
Math 644 (Differential Geometry) Tu Th 09:30 AM-10:45 AM. Pearce 224.
Math 696 D-- 2 weeks topics course ''Laplace's equation'' 29th June to 10th July. MTWTF 1:00 to 2:50 pm. Pearce 108.
Math 636 (Graduate Complex Analysis) 2:00 pm to 3:15 pm, Pearce 108.
Math 545 (Topology): MW 3:30 pm to 4:45 pm, Pearce 108.
Math 632 (Real Analysis): Tu Th 12:30pm to 1:45 pm, Pearce 108.
Math 233 (Calc 3): MTWTF 11:00 am to 11:50 am, Dow 136
Math 132 (Calculus 1): Mon/Wed 1:00 pm to 2:50 pm , Pearce 136
Math 625 (Associative Rings): Tues/Thurs 12:30 pm to 1:45 pm, Pearce 224
My research interests are in Complex Analysis, more particularly in Several Complex Variables, which is
basically the study of holomorphic functions (and other analytic objects) defined on complex manifolds of higher dimensions.
This area of mathematics is closely related to differential and algebraic geometry on one hand and PDE (boundary value problems) on the other.
An elementary introduction, giving the flavor of the area may be found in this
(disclaimer: although most of the article in this link was written by me, the comments in the margins and a number of typos in the text were contributed
by the publishers of the magazine where it appeared.)