Graduation Year
2022

Greg Parker

Szegö Assistant Professor
NSF Postdoctoral Fellow
Office
Building 380, 382-H
Research Area(s)
Field of Interest
Differential Geometry, Geometric & Global Analysis with a focus on Gauge Theory and Mathematical Physics.
Faculty Advisor
Clifford H. Taubes
Tomasz S. Mrowka
First Position After Graduating
Postdoc at Mathematical Science Research Institution (MSRI) for fall 2022 program: Analytic & Geometric Aspects of Gauge Theory.
Dissertation Title
Gluing Z2-Harmonic Spinors on 3-Manifolds.
Degrees / Education
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, PhD in Mathematics

Gregory Parker joined our department in 2022 as a Szegö Assistant Professor of Mathematics. He is currently teaching Calculus (Math 20).

Gregory completed his PhD in Mathematics at Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 2022. His primary research interest is in differential Geometry, Geometric & Global Analysis with a focus on Gauge Theory and Mathematical Physics.