Detlef Gromoll Instructor

Department of Mathematics

Stony Brook University

Office: Math Tower 4-103

I am a Gromoll Instructor (research postdoc) at Stony Brook University. I graduated from the University of Washington in 2019, where my advisor was Steffen Rohde. Here is my thesis.

Research interests: complex analysis, probability, complex dynamics, random geometry, conformal welding.

The picture on the right is a uniformly random non-crossing equivalence relation on the unit circle.

- Dyadic Cancellation of Beltrami Coefficients
- Conformal Welding of Dendrites (with Steffen Rohde)
- Quasisymmetry of semihyperbolic Julia set equivalences

- Markovian exploration of Brownian excursion/CRT (used in sec 7.3 of Conformal Welding of Dendrites)
- Embeddings of stochastic subdivision rules