News

Postdoc hiring is live

We are now accepting applications for postdoctoral positions within the RTG.  Please see our ad on mathjobs for application instructions.  We anticipate hiring two postdocs.  Recommendations from colleagues are very welcome, and we would be glad to have our ad shared widely.… Read more

Maddie Brown’s summer work

We want to proudly highlight some of the summer work of Maddie Brown, one of our graduate students.  In addition to speaking in Bonn at the Young Women in Geometric Analysis conference and the CMS Summer Meeting in Newfoundland, she attended the Harmonic Analysis and Waves conference in Seattle and… Read more

Academic Job Search Panel

The RTG invites the graduate students within UNC’s Department of Mathematics to an informal discussion on First Academic Job Searches.  We’ll field questions about the types of positions, planning for your job applications, how to prepare materials, etc. We’ll meet on Tuesday, September 27, 3:30pm in PH332. This invitation is… Read more

Spring 2023 Topics Course

Jeremy Marzuola will offer a Graduate Topics Course (Math 891) in Spring 2023.  It will be titled: Stability of Nonlinear States in Evolution Equations.  We encourage you to enroll / watch for the course (after its completion) on the upcoming Online Topics Course Collaborative. Description: We cover existence theory for nonlinear… Read more

Research Round-up

We will regularly announce newly posted articles and newly accepted articles within the group.  We are proud to announce the following updates from the past few months. Yaiza Canzani (faculty) Newly posted: Y. Canzani and J. Toth: Lower bounds for eigenfunction restrictions in lacunary regions. Newly accepted: G. Berkolaiko, Y. Canzani, G.… Read more

Upcoming talks by RTG members

We proudly alert you to a number of upcoming presentations by RTG members. Maddie Brown (graduate student) Analysis Seminar at the University of New Mexico on Friday, September 9. Yaiza Canzani (faculty) QMATH 15 at the University of California – Davis, September 12-16 Colloquium at Northwestern University, October 5 Chern-Weil… Read more

Upcoming Colloquia

We are happy to announce that two of the upcoming colloquium speakers have research that is aligned with the RTG.  While we encourage you to attend all of the colloquia, we particularly alert you to the upcoming visits by: Yannick Sire, Johns Hopkins University, October 27 (3:30pm talk) Daniel Tataru,… Read more

UNC PDE Mini-school: Peter Hintz

We are very happy to announce that the 2022-23 UNC PDE Mini-school will feature a series of lectures by Peter Hintz from ETH Zürich.  We will have additional talks by Lili He, Katrina Morgan, and Ethan Sussman. The mini-school will take place March 24-26, 2023.  Watch the RTG webpage for… Read more

Conference in honor of Steve Zelditch

We wanted to alert you to the upcoming Conference in honor of Steve Zelditch, which will take place virtually September 8-11, 2022.  Steve has had a profound impact on the careers of several of the RTG faculty.  Please follow the link to register. We will advertise other conference opportunities through… Read more

Christianson’s work with the Correctional Education Program

We want to highlight the outreach work that co-PI Hans Christianson has been doing through the Correctional Education Program.  This past summer, Hans spent two nights a week teaching Math 118 at the Dan River Work Farm in Yanceyville.  Hans reports the work to be quite rewarding, and we are… Read more

Girls Talk Math

It was a pleasure to welcome the Girls Talk Math program back to campus this past summer.  The RTG is proud to support this free educational summer program that strives to make advanced mathematics accessible to students of underrepresented genders in STEM.  Its founders, Katrina Morgan and Francesca Bernardi, are… Read more

Conference Opportunities

As we welcome back graduate student Maddie Brown from giving talks at The 2022 Canadian Mathematical Society Summer Meeting in St. John’s, Newfoundland where she spoke in a special session titled “Geometry of eigenfunctions and random fields”.   This session also features UNC postdoctoral alumnus Graham Cox as an organizer,… Read more

Ph.D. Students graduate in 2022.

Ph.D. students Collin Kofroth, Gary Moon, Grace Conte, and Taylor Rhoads all defended their Ph.D.’s recently.  Congratulations all!!… Read more