Jack Burkart

      Stony Brook Univeristy
      Department of Mathematics
      Email: jack.burkart[at]stonybrook.edu
      Office: 2-105, Math Tower
      Spring 2019 Office Hours: Tuesday 2:30-3:30, or by appointment
      Spring 2019 MLC Hours: Tuesday and Thursday from 11:30-12:30 in S-235 (Basement in Math Tower)


      About Me

      I'm a math Ph.D student at Stony Brook. I'm interested in topics related to complex analysis and complex dynamics. My advisor is Prof. Chris Bishop.


      Papers

      Transcendental Julia sets with Fractional Packing Dimension. See below for less technical slides summarizing the paper.

      Teaching Spring 2019

      MAT 536

      I am the grader for MAT 536: Basic Complex Analysis 1. Website is here.


      Analysis Student Seminar: Spring 2019

      This semester, Silvia Ghinassi and I are organizing the Analysis Student Seminar covering topics in geometric measure theory and minimal surfaces. We meet on Wednesdays at 4:00 in 5-127.


      Some Other Links

      • My CV
      • My slides from TCD 2017 in Barcelona, describing the construction of a transcendental entire function with a Julia set of dimension 1.
      • My slides from TCD 2019 in Barcelona, describing the construction of a transcendental entire functions with fractional packing dimension.
      • You can find the schedule and reading material for the Spring 2018 analysis student seminar in Brownian motion here.
      • You can find the schedule and reading material for the Fall 2018 analysis student seminar in SLE here.