Math @ Duke

Curriculum Vitae
Mark A. SternClick here for a printerready version, or
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Box 90320, Durham, NC 277080320

(919) 6602840 (office) (email)

 Education
Ph.D.  Princeton University  1984 
B.S.  Texas A&M University  1980 
 Areas of Research
Geometric Analysis, YangMills theory, Hodge theory, string theory
 Professional Experience / Employment History
 Duke University
 Professor, Department of Mathematics, 1992  present

 Associate Professor, Department of Mathematics, 1988  1992

 Assistant Professor, Department of Mathematics, 1985  1988
 Institute for Advanced Study
 Member, Mathematics, 1988  1990

 Member, Mathematics, 1984  1985
 Awards, Honors, and Distinctions
Sloan Fellowship 199092 Presidential Young Investigator Award 198994 Fellow of the American Mathematical Society, American Mathematical Society, 0 2013
Sloan Research FellowshipMathematics, Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, 0 1990
Presidential Young Investigator, National Science Foundation, 0 1989
 Major Grant Support
NSF
 Recent Grant Support
 Instanton Decay and Nonlinear Harmonic Forms, Simons Foundation, 3553857, 2015/092020/08.
 Bound states, singularities, and supersymmetry, NSF, 2002/07.
 Selected Recent Invited Talks
 Decay and Moduli of Yang Mills Instantons, Newton Institute, July 21, 2015 [20150721153016302]
 Introduction to nonlinear harmonic forms, U. Maryland, March 30, 2015
 Introduction to nonlinear harmonic forms, University of Houston, February 28, 2015
 Introduction to nonlinear harmonic forms, Chinese University, Hong Kong, December 09, 2014
 Introduction to nonlinear harmonic forms, Johns Hopkins, November 22, 2014
 Instanton Decay, Texas A&M, April, 2014
 Symmetry, singularity, and decay of Yang Mills fields, Texas A&M, March 20, 2014
 Stability, Hodge theory, and Grassmann embeddings, Irvine, May 21, 2013
 Hodge theory, Yang Mills, and Stability, U. of Arizona, Tucson, January 28, 2013
 Asymptotic Hodge Theory of Vector Bundles, Sanya, Hainan, China, December 18, 2011
 Stability, dynamics, and the quantum Hodge theory of vector bundles, Duke Mathematics, November 30, 2010
 The Quantum Hodge Theory of Vector Bundles, CUNY Geometric Analysis 2010 Bubbling Phenomena and NonCompactness, March 12, 2010
 Geometry of Stable YangMills connections, Graduate Center CUNY, October 20, 2009
 Geometry of Minimal YangMills connections, Warsaw, April 06, 2009
 Geometry of Stable YangMills connections, Texas A&M University, April 05, 2009
 Minimal Energy YangMills Connections and Interpolating Instantons, Mathematical Sciences Research Institute, October 28, 2008
 Selfdual connections interpolating between components of the moduli space of flat connections on $T^3$, Montreal, CRM, August 27, 2007
 Index Theory from a de Rham Perspective, South East Geometry Conference, Charleston, March 04, 2006
 Positive mass conjecture for nonspin manifolds, Uniuversity of Chicago, May 2005
 The positive mass conjecture for nonspin manifolds, Atlanta AMS meeting, January 2005
 B fields from a Luddite perspective, QTS3 conference in Cincinnati, 11 September 2003
 Doctoral Theses Directed
 Janice McCarthy, L2 index theory and Dparticle binding, (2009)
 Jeffrey Streets, Ricci YangMills Flow, (December 15, 2003  2007)
Editor IMRN 19911997  Publications (listed separately)
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