School of Mathematics
Georgia Institute of Technology


geometry of curves and surfaces [NSF grant DMS -1308777]
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Complex Analysis | Honors Calculus III [Spring 2014]
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Mohammad Ghomi is a geometer who works primarily on classical problems involving curves and surfaces in Euclidean space, and is interested in all aspects of mathematics which touch upon these objects, ranging from differential geometry and topology to real algebraic geometry and combinatorics. He 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. Professor Ghomi has been a recipient of an NSF CAREER Award, and is a co-organizer of the Southeast Geometry Seminar. He lives with his family in midtown Atlanta.

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