Analysis

Analysis is a broad branch of mathematics that encompasses many fields, generally sharing a basis in calculus. Historically, it has played a crucial role in solving problems in physics and engineering; recent years have seen surprising applications to solve problems in other mathematical fields like the Poincaré Conjecture in topology.

In our Department, research in analysis is conducted in various subfields: partial differential equations, dynamical systems, mathematical physics, geometric analysis, and ergodic theory.

Partial Differential Equations & Dynamical Systems

Maxim Braverman
Robert McOwen
Martin Schwarz
Mikhail Shubin
Peter Topalov
Solomon Jekel
Ting Zhou

Mathematical Physics
Maxim Braverman
Chris King
Martin Schwarz
Mikhail Shubin

Geometric Analysis
Maxim Braverman
Robert McOwen
Mikhail Shubin
Peter Topalov

Ergodic Theory
Stanley Eigen
Arshag Hajian