Matthew Begué
PhD Candidate
Norbert Wiener Center for Harmonic Analysis and Applications
Department of Mathematics
University of Maryland, College Park
Email: begue(at)math(dot)umd(dot)edu
Office: MATH2121
Office Hours: Friday 11:30am-1:30pm or by appointment
CV (Updated 4/26/2015)


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. Springer-Birkhäuser, 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. Springer-Birkhäuser, New York, to appear

Book Chapters

Refereed Journal Publications

Teaching:

  • Spring 2016 - Math 141 - TA
    Syllabus
    Office Hours: Friday: 11:30-1:30pm - MTH2121
    Tutoring Hour: Monday 3-3:50pm - 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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