Daniel Fox, Graduate Student
Please note: Daniel has left the Mathematics department at Duke University; some info here might not be up to date.  Contact Info:
Office Location:  250D Physics Bldg  Email Address:    Education:
PhD  Duke University  2005 
MS  Duke University  2001 
BA  Hampshire College  2000 
 Specialties:

Geometry
 Research Interests: Differential Geometry
These days most of my time is devoted to writing my thesis, "Second Order Families of Coassociative 4folds." In it I use techniques from the theory of overdetermined systems to find new examples of coassociative manifolds.
When my thesis is finished I will begin investigating the relationship between integrable systems and calibrated geometries.
 Areas of Interest:
Differential Geometry Exterior Differential Systems Geometry of PDE Integrable Systems
 Keywords:
Exterior • Differential • Systems • Geoemtry
 Recent Publications
 Jennie Traschen and Daniel Fox, Tension perturbations of black brane spacetimes,
Class. Quantum Grav., vol. 21
(2004),
pp. 289306 [abs]
