Gerardo A. Mendoza
Department of Mathematics
Temple University
Philadelphia, PA 19122

Phone: (215) 204 5053
Fax: (215) 204 6433
Office: Wachman Hall 618
gmendoza, temple.edu

Teaching (Spring 2015):
Math 4061: Differential Geometry (syllabus).
  Office hours: by appointment.
  Course webpage here.
  TA: Luca Pallucchini,
     Office: Rm 515. Hours: Tuesday 9:15-10:45 & Thursday 1:00-2:30, or by appointment (if you come and he has time he will see you).

Math 8042: Real Analysis II (syllabus).
  Office hours: by appointment.
  Course webpage here.
  Fall 2015 webpage.
  TA: Luca Pallucchini,
     Office: Rm 515. Hours: Tuesday 3:30-5:00, or by appointment (if you come and he has time he will see you).


Events
Analysis Seminar

Some papers and preprints:
T. Krainer and G. A. Mendoza, The Friedrichs extension for elliptic wedge operators of second order, submitted.
T. Krainer and G. A. Mendoza, Boundary value problems for elliptic wedge operators: the first order case. In: J. Escher, E. Schrohe, J. Seiler, and C. Walker (Eds.), Elliptic and Parabolic Equations, Springer Proceedings in Mathematics & Statistics, Vol. 119, 2014.
T. Krainer and G. A. Mendoza, Boundary value problems for first order elliptic wedge operators, accepted, Amer. J. Math.
G. A. Mendoza, Complex b-manifolds, in "Geometric and Spectral Analysis", Contemporary Mathematics (P. Albin, D. Jakobson, and F. Rochon, editors), 630 (2014), 139-171.
G. A. Mendoza, Hypoellipticity and vanishing theorems, Bull. Inst. Math. Acad. Sin. (N.S.) 8 (2013), 231-258.
T. Krainer and G. A. Mendoza, Elliptic systems of variable order, Rev. Mat. Iberoam. 31 (2015), no. 1, 127-160.
T. Krainer and G. A. Mendoza, The kernel bundle of a holomorphic Fredholm family, Comm. in Partial Differential Equations 38 no. 12, (2013) 2107-2125.
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Talks and lecture notes

Other interests:
Calculus on the Web, a joint project with D. Reich. A description (old) is available in pdf format. Development partially supported by the NSF and Temple University.
Complex Analysis and Geometry Seminar (Rutgers, NB).

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