Fernando Schwartz
Assistant Professor 



Department of Mathematics  
University of Tennessee Knoxville, TN 37996 
Research Interests Geometric Analysis Teaching Spring 2015
Computational Geometry and Topology II 

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Students
PhD
Master
Undegraduates
J. Mike, UTK PhD in Mathematics 2016 [Expected]
A. Aaron (joint with X. Zhao), UTK Master in Biomedical Engineering 2014 [Expected]
C. Capdevila (joint with H. Qi), UTK Master in Computer Sciences 2014 [Expected]
G. Clark, UTK Master in Mathematics 2014
[Final Project HTML]
N. Schaefferkoetter, UTK Master in Mathematics 2011[Thesis PDF]
Z. Xiang, CSURE REU at UTK.
Summer 2014 [Final Poster PDF]
T. Kandhawit, PRUV Fellow at Duke. Spring 2006 [Final Project PDF]
Biographical Info
Most of my work is in geometric
analysis. Recently I became interested in computational geometry and topology. I was a postdoc at
Duke (20052008) and at the
University of Warwick
in the UK (20082009)
before coming to Tennessee in the Fall of 2009.
I completed my PhD thesis in 2005 at
Cornell under the direction of Jose Escobar and Richard Schoen.
I have been a visiting researcher at the following institutions:
IMPA in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
(20032004, and summers of 2010, 2011 and 2012); CMM at the University of Chile in
Santiago, Chile (2012); AEI at the Max Planck Institute in Golm, Germany (2009); EFI
at the University of Chicago, IL (summer 2007); and Stanford,
CA (20042005).
office: 244 Ayres Hall  phone: 8659744308  fax: 8659746576  email: fernando@math.utk.edu  Thanks Mohammad 