Department of Mathematics

Gabor Francsics

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Associate Professor

  • Ph.D., Rutgers University, 1992


Office Hours
  • 1:45-2:45 pm
  • 1:45-2:45 pm
  • or by appointment
Research Interests

My research interests include partial differential equations, several complex variables, complex hyperbolic spaces and financial mathematics. 

Selected Publications
  • Francsics, G. – P. D. Lax, Analysis of a Picard modular group, Proc. of the National Academy of Sciences, 103 (2006), 11103–11105.  
  • Falbel, E. – G. Francsics –J. R. Parker, The Geometry of the Gauss-Picard modular group, Mathematische Annalen, 349 (2011), Number 2, 459–508.  
  • Falbel, E. – G. Francsics– P. D. Lax – J. R. Parker, Generators of a Picard modular group in two complex dimensions, Proc. of Amer. Math. Soc., 139 (2011), Number 7, 2439–2447.  
  • Francsics, G. – N. Hanges, Analytic Singularities of the Bergman Kernel for Tubes, Duke Mathematical Journal 108 (2001) 539–580.  
  • Francsics, G.– N. Hanges, Bergman Kernel of Complex Ovals and Multivariable Hypergeometric Functions, Journal of Functional Analysis, 142 (1996), 494–510.  
  • Francsics, G., Hypoellipticity in the Tangential Cauchy-Riemann Complex, Duke Mathematical Journal, 73 (1994) 25–77.