Christopher Bishop

Professor, Mathematics
SUNY Stony Brook

Office: 4-112 Mathematics Building
Phone: (631)-632-8274
Dept. Phone: (631)-632-8290
FAX: (631)-632-7631

MAT 402, Spring 2017 Undergraduate Seminar: Fractals in Probability and Analysis

webpages for courses from previous semesters (1999-present)

Papers: this is a list of my papers and preprints with abstracts in TeX format.

Lectures these are transparencies for some of my recent talks.

Here is the Project Summary for my NSF grant running from 2013-2016. It is a very brief, non-technical description of the research performed under that grant, and gives a glimpse of what kind of problems I have been working on recently. Much more detailed and more technical descriptions can be found under the "Vita" link below.

Vita: Here is a copy of my vita, a list of my papers (no abstracts) and other information related to my research.

Fractals in Probability and Analysis book by Christopher Bishop and Yuval Peres. Cambridge Studies in Advanced Mathematics, vol 162. Posted version as of Nov. 20, 2016. Publication due January 2017.
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SCGP Spring School on Discrete and Computational Geometry: April 17-21, 2017 .

Conference on Geometry, Analysis and Probability . Korea Institute for Advanced Study, May 8-12, 2017
Organizers: Christopher J. Bishop (Stony Brook), Nam-Gyo Kang (KIAS), Raanan Schul (Stony Brook), Ignacio Uriarte-Tuero (Michigan State). Mail to "pj2017 at math stonybrook edu" will be forwarded to all the organizers.

Special Session on Geometric Measure Theory and Its Applications AMS Spring 2016 Eastern Sectional Meeting. SUNY Stony Brook, session organizers: Matthew Badger, Christopher J. Bishop, Raanan Schul

Makarov Conference, Saas Fee Switzerland, March 6-11, 2016

Connections between analysis and computational geometry A workshop at SoCG 2012, UNC Chapel Hill, Monday, June 18, 2012. Website for SoCG 2012

Coifman-Jones-Rokhlin conference, Yale, June 4-6, 2012. Conference Poster

Workshop on Computational and Conformal Geometry April 20-22, 2007

My research interests center on conformal geometry. Within this broad area I have worked on problems involving harmonic measure (conformal image of Lebesgue measure on the circle), Kleinian groups and Riemann surfaces (groups of conformal maps on hyperbolic space), Brownian motion (a conformally invariant random process), computational conformal geometry, optimal meshing, non-obtuse triangulation, numerical conformal mappings, quasiconformal maps, holomorphic and harmonic function theory, iteration of holomorphic maps, especially entire functions.

Journals: this is a list of some links to online journal archives.

People: some links to mathematicians with related interests.

Chris Green's 2011 Thesis: My former student's PhD thesis on the Ahlfors iteration for determining Schwarz-Christoffel parameters.

Karyn Lundberg's 2005 Thesis: My former student's PhD thesis "Boundary behavior of uniformly convergent conformal maps".

Tutorial on C-programming C-Programming, U. of Strathcylde, Glasgow

Travel : Links to campus map, ferry schedules, train schedules, airlines.

Academic Calendar

Solar System login

Links to SB math dept, Math Reviews , the Combined Membership List. 2000 Math Reviews classification.

NSF graduate fellowship application webpage.

Squirrel .

SBU mail .

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