Welcome to the math webpage of Alex Mramor!

About me:

My current position is as a J.J. Sylvester Assistant Professor of Mathematics at Johns Hopkins University mentored by Jacob Bernstein, which I will hold until spring 2022. Before I was a graduate student at UC Irvine as a student of Rick Schoen. My research thus far is concentrated in the mean curvature flow but my interests in geometric analysis are broad.

My papers etc. can be found here


Some pictures of California

Seminars and colloquia and JHU:

I help out with the following at JHU:

The JHU analysis and PDE seminar: weekly seminar talks cover a broad spectrum of both analysis and geometry.

The JHU junior colloquium: Informal, general (math) audience talks given by postdocs, professors, and occasionally visitors.

Course pages:

Fall 2020: Real analysis 1 (math 405) and introduction to curvature flows (math 745). The page for curvature flows is here but real analysis will be ran more exclusively out of blackboard: I'll fill out a webpage for it here for my own record keeping in due time though.

Past Teaching