I am a C.L.E. Moore Instructor in the Department of Mathematics at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). I am interested in a variety of problems related with Harmonic Analysis, which is a field of pure mathematics concerned with representing functions in terms of simpler components and using information about this decomposition to infer properties about the original function. During the Spring 2017 semester, I will be on leave and participating in the harmonic analysis program at MSRI as a postdoctoral fellow.

Here is my CV.

Before moving to MIT, I received my B.S. in Mathematics from the School of Mathematical Sciences at Peking University (Beijing, China) and Ph.D. from the Department of Mathematics at Brown University (Providence, RI, USA) under the supervision of Prof. Jill Pipher. In my doctoral dissertation, I studied multi-parameter BMO spaces and their connections with iterated commutators of multi-parameter singular integral operators.

I grew up in Xi'an, a beautiful historic city in the northwest of China, and moved to Beijing with my family during middle school. My name in Chinese characters is 欧雨濛.