Philip T. Gressman
Department of Mathematics
University of Pennsylvania
David Rittenhouse Lab
209 South 33rd Street
Philadelphia PA 19104

(215) 898-7845
Office: DRL 3E5C
Office Hours
Spring 2017: By appointment only
I am a Professor of Mathematics at UPenn. I am also affiliated with the AMCS program. My research interests lie at the intersection of harmonic analysis and geometry, including the study of geometric averaging operators (generalizing the Radon transform), oscillatory integral operators, sublevel set estimates, Fourier restriction, and related objects. I have also worked on applications of harmonic analysis to PDEs including the Boltzmann equation and the Gross-Pitaevskii Hierarchy. I am currently supported by NSF grant DMS-1361697.
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