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Paul Loya

Associate Professor
Ph.D., 1998, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
At Binghamton since 2002

Areas of Interest: Global and geometric analysis, Elliptic theory of differential operators on manifolds with singularities, Partial differential equations
Summary of research interests

E-mail: loya@math.binghamton.edu
Phone: (607) 777-3506
Fax: (607) 777-2450
  • Office: WH 206
  • Office hours:
    MW2:50 - 3:40
  • Courses:
    • Spring 2022

      Math 323 Section 06 : Calculus III
      MWF 1:10 - 2:40 LH-013
      Math 323 Section Coor : Calculus III
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      Math 506 Section 01 : Analysis II
      MWF 10:50 - 11:50 WH-100E
      Math 597 Section 12 : Independent Work
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  • Ph. D. Students:
    • Kunal Sharma, Spring, 2019
      Thesis: Adiabatic Limit of Calderon Projector on Manifold with Cylindrical End
    • Binbin Huang, Spring, 2018
      Thesis: On a Pseudodifferential Calculus with Modest Boundary Condition
    • Adam Weisblatt, Spring, 2018
      Thesis: Geometric techniques for Laplace and Dirac Operators

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