Stanford University

Geometry

Modern geometry takes many different guises, ranging from geometric topology and algebraic geometry and symplectic geometry to geometric analysis (which has a significant overlap with PDE and geometric measure theory) to dynamical problems. Stanford has long been one of the key centers in all these aspects of geometry.  Prominent areas of current research among faculty who work in geometry include algebraic geometry, Ricci and mean curvature flows and other curvature equations, minimal surfaces and geometric measure theory, mathematical relativity, spectral geometry, geometric scattering theory, and the geometry and dynamics of the Riemann & Teichmüller moduli spaces.

Herald L. and Caroline L. Ritch Professor of Mathematics
(650) 723-4073
Building 380, 383-S
Szegö Assistant Professor
650-736-1625
Building 380, 382-Q1
(650) 723-4508
Building 380, 382-K
650-723-4157
Building 380, 383-X
Professor of Mathematics, Cassius Lamb Professor in Natural Sciences
(650) 723-1894
Building 380, 383-R
(650) 725-0854
Building 380, 382-G
(650) 723-3224
Building 380, 382-G
Szegö Assistant Professor
650-723-4508
Building 380, 383-Z
Szegö Assistant Professor
650-723-2438
Building 380, 382-J
(650) 723-7850
Building 380, 383-Q
NSF Postdoctoral Fellow
Building 380, 384-C