Mathematics Research Communities

MRC Week 3b: June 13 – 19, 2021

New Problems in Several Complex Variables


  • Dusty Grundmeier, Harvard University
  • Loredana Lanzani, Syracuse University
  • Yunus Zeytuncu, University of Michigan–Dearborn

Recent synergies among investigators in several complex variables (SCV), analysis, geometry, Cauchy-Riemann (CR) geometry, and partial differential equations present a variety of major new problems that are amenable to investigation by early-career mathematicians. These problems lie within such research areas as spectral theory of the d-bar Neumann and Kohn Laplacians, CR complexity theory, computational approaches to CR geometry, mapping properties of the canonical operators (such as the Bergman and Szegő projections), analysis on generalized Hartogs triangles and worm domains, and operator theory on general pseudoconvex domains. This workshop seeks to solidify the pipeline of young researchers into SCV by creating a supportive community and by providing a gradual approach to research-level problems that will lead to sustainable, long-term research collaborations.

Applications closed February 15, 2020, and the admission process is complete.

For questions about the application process, please  contact Kim Kuda at the AMS.

Here is a list of individuals who participated in this conference:

  • Timothy Clos
  • Sean Curry
  • Anirban Dawn
  • Luke Edholm
  • Purvi Gupta
  • Bingyang Hu
  • Jesse Hulse
  • Zhenghui Huo
  • Max Jahnke
  • Valentin Kunz
  • Alan Legg
  • Alekzander Malcom
  • Kevin Palencia Infante
  • Ziming Shi
  • John Nicolas Treuer
  • Pranav Upadrashta
  • Nathan Wagner
  • Yuda Wang
  • Hang Xu