Professor
School of Mathematics
Georgia Institute of Technology

Research

Geometry of curves and surfaces [NSF grant DMS -1711400]
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Teaching

On leave until 2021
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About

Mohammad Ghomi is a geometer who works on classical problems involving curves and surfaces in Euclidean space, and more generally Riemannian submanifolds. He is interested in all aspects of mathematics which touch upon these objects, ranging from partial differential equations to real algebraic geometry and combinatorics. Professor Ghomi completed his PhD thesis in 1998 under the direction of Joel Spruck at Johns Hopkins U., where he had received the J.J. Sylvester Award. Subsequently he held positions at U.C. Santa Cruz, U. South Carolina, and Penn State U., before moving to Georgia Tech in 2005. His research has been consistently supported by NSF grants including a CAREER Award, and he has recieved a Simons Fellowship. He lives with his family in Midtown Atlanta, and enjoys biking to campus all year round.

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