Luke Rogers

Luke Rogers

Associate Professor

I work in analysis on rough spaces, especially spaces with fractal structure, largely using techniques from harmonic and functional analysis.  My PhD is from Yale University, earned under the supervision of Peter Jones, and I was an H.C. Wang Postdoc at Cornell University with Bob Strichartz.  More details are on my research description page.

I am P.I. on the UConn Math NSF REU site grant, which also involves Professors Baudoin, Gordina, Teplyaev and Mostovyi.

Office Hours:  Will be held on WebEx until further notice, see HuskyCT course site for details.

Email: luke.rogers@uconn.edu

Recent work

  • REU Site renewed
    The NSF Research Experiences for Undergraduates Site in the UConn Math Department has been renewed.  This grant supports approximately 9 undergraduates each year to come to UConn and do research with faculty and graduate student mentors.