Research Interests for Mark A. Stern
Research Interests: Geometric Analysis, YangMills theory, Hodge theory, string theory
The focus of Professor Stern's research is the study of analytic problems arising in geometry, topology, and physics.
In recent work, Professor Stern has studied analytical, geometric, and topological questions arising from YangMills theory, string theory, and Hodge theory. These have led for example to a study of
(i) stability questions arising in Yang Mills theory and harmonic maps,
(ii) energy minimizing connections and instantons,
(iii) new Hodge structures on vector bundles,
(iv) the analysis of harmonic spinors on singular spin structures, and
(v) non fredholm index theories and exotic fixed point theorems.  Recent Publications
 Lipnowski, M; Stern, M, Geometry of the Smallest 1form Laplacian Eigenvalue on Hyperbolic Manifolds,
Geometrical and Functional Analysis Gafa, vol. 28 no. 6
(December, 2018),
pp. 17171755, Springer Nature [doi] [abs]
 Cerbo, LFD; Stern, M, Price Inequalities and Betti Number Growth on Manifolds without
Conjugate Points
(April, 2017) [abs]
 Stern, M, "Nonlinear Harmonic Forms and Indefinite Bochner Formulas " in
Hodge Theory and L^2Analysis, vol. 39
(2017), Higher Education Press
 Cherkis, SA; LarrainHubach, A; Stern, M, Instantons on multiTaubNUT Spaces I: Asymptotic Form and Index Theorem
(Preprint, August, 2016) [abs]
 Stern, MA, Asymptotic Hodge Theory of Vector Bundles,
Communications in Analysis and Geometry, vol. 23 no. 3
(December, 2015),
pp. 559609, International Press
