Web page for Richard Melrose

My person can sometimes be found in Room 2-480, at MIT.
Telephone: 617-253-2950
E-mail:
rbm@math.mit.edu

Fax 617-253-4358.

Cymbidium Kiri Te Kanawa (May 2013)

Teaching

Spring 2021: 18.158: Analysis on Loop Spaces

Fall 2020:

18.101 Analysis on Manifolds. Here is the current Plan and a preliminary version of the Syllabus . Canvas site should be up soon.

Seminar Monza

This is a virtual seminar, held weekly with 90 minute talks, with the first 30 minutes devoted to the setting of context. I don't plan to maintain a detailed webpage for the seminar. For links to the talks (via zoom) send me an email request.

Newest


Geometry of Pseudodifferential algebra bundles and Fourier Integral Operators
Generalized blow-up of corners and fiber products
`Eta invariant on articulated manifolds'
Talk at CRM meeting, July 2012

`Calderon projector for manifolds with corners'
Talk at UNC meeting, July 2012

Talk for prospective grad students, March 2012
Equivariant cohomology and resolution
Resolution of smooth groups actions
Oberwolfach meeting on Singular spaces, June/July 2010
Jerusalem meeting for Werner Müller
Equivariant cohomology and resolution
Fredholm realizations of elliptic symbols on manifolds with boundary II: fibered boundary
Eta forms and the odd pseudodifferential families index
There will be a meeting `mmm2009' assocated to Singularities@mit (which is on Saturday 4th April) with talks on Friday 3rd April and Monday 6th April
posted 17 March 2009:
Lectures at Berkeley Fall 2008:Smooth Operator Algebras and K-theory
posted 17 March 2009:
Real Blow up
posted 17 March 2009:
Diffraction of singularities for the wave equation on manifolds with corners
posted 17 March 2009:
The index of projective families of elliptic operators: the decomposable case

Mathematical entertainment


Real mathematics


Journal of Functional Analysis: I am no longer an editor!

Mathematical Proceedings of the Cambridge Philosophical Society: I am an editor!


A list of my graduate students

(I was a student of Gerard Friedlander)

Fruits, nuts, flowers, etc.

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