
Publications:
Conference Proceedings
Books
 Excursions in Harmonic Analysis, Vol. III: The February Fourier Talks at the Norbert Wiener Center; Eds R. Balan, M. Begué, J. Benedetto, W. Czaja, K. Okoudjou. SpringerBirkhäuser, New York, to appear
 Excursions in Harmonic Analysis, Vol. IV: The February Fourier Talks at the Norbert Wiener Center; Eds R. Balan, M. Begué, J. Benedetto, W. Czaja, K. Okoudjou. SpringerBirkhäuser, New York, to appear
Book Chapters
Refereed Journal Publications

Matthew
Begué, Tristan Kalloniatis, Robert S. Strichartz. Harmonic
functions and the spectrum of the Laplacian on the Sierpinski
carpet. Fractals 21:1
(2013) ArXiv:1201.5136
Supplementary
Webpage
Matthew
Begué, Daniel J. Kelleher, Aaron Nelson, Hugo Panzo, Ryan Pellico,
Alexander Teplyaev. Random
walks on barycentric subdivisions and the Strichartz hexacarpet.
Experimental Mathematics. 21(4)
2012, pp 402417. arXiv:1106.5567
Matthew
Begué, Levi DeValve, David Miller, Benjamin Steinhurst. Spectrum
and Heat Kernel Asymptotics on General Laakso Spaces.
Fractals 20:2
(2012) pp 149162. arXiv:0912.2176
Teaching:
Spring 2016  Math 141  TA
Syllabus
Office Hours: Friday: 11:301:30pm  MTH2121
Tutoring Hour: Monday 33:50pm  MTH0302
Fall 2015  Math 141  TA
Summer 2013  SPIRAL program  TA
Spring 2013: Math 461 – TA
Summer 2012  SPIRAL program  TA
Fall 2012: Math 141  TA
Spring 2012: Math 141  TA
Qualifying
Exams:
I have created Wikibook pages for the Probability and Partial
Differential Equations qualifying exams at the University of Maryland. I have also linked the existing Analysis
Wikibook. I have posted some solutions to old qualifying exam
problems. Please feel free to edit and add!
Expository
Papers:
 Some Thoughts on Analysis on Graphs  A culmination of thoughts and results obtained in studying analysis and harmonic analysis on graphs.
Introduction
to Harmonic Analysis Part 1, Part 2 – Documents produced during reading
courses (with Kasso
Okoudjou) of Katznelson's book by the same title. I present
results from Katznelson often with expanded details and, in some
cases, alternate proofs.
Uncertainty
Principle: A Brief Survey – Document produced as a final
project in a topics course in Harmonic Analysis (with John
J. Benedetto). Provides an overview of some uncertainty
inequalities in harmonic analysis.
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