Analysis research in the department includes convex bodies, dynamical systems and ergodic theory, operator algebras, and complex analysis.

Research Papers
Analysis and Geometry Seminar

Organizer: Dr. María Alfonseca-Cubero 
Seminar Information

María de los Ángeles Alfonseca-Cubero

Ph.D.: Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, 2003
Harmonic Analysis
Office: Minard 408E34

Alfonseca's research focuses on the study of the geometry of convex bodies on  the Euclidean space, and their asymptotic behaviour as the dimension increases. Her work uses methods from Harmonic and Fourier analysis.

Doğan Çömez


Ph.D.: University of Toronto, 1983
Ergodic Theory
Office: Minard 408E24

Benton Duncan

Ph.D.: University of Nebraska, Lincoln, 2004
Operator Algebras
Office: Minard 406B

Duncan studies operator algebras associated to directed graphs and dynamical systems. His recent focus is on free products of operator algebras associated to directed graphs, and semicrossed products associated to dynamical systems. The latter is an operator algebra that encodes important elements of the dynamics via algebraic properties.

Friedrich Littmann

Professor and Department Chair
Ph.D.: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2003
Approximation Theory
Office: Minard 408 F
Phone: (701) 231-6956

Littmann's research focuses on approximation problems in complex analysis and applications in analytic number theory and signal processing. His work uses techniques from de Branges' theory of Hilbert spaces of entire functions.

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