Gerardo A. Mendoza
Department of Mathematics
Temple University
Philadelphia, PA 19122

Phone: (215) 204 5053
Fax: (215) 204 6433
Office: Wachman Hall 618

Teaching (Spring 2021):
Math 3142: Advanced Calculus II (syllabus, also here).
All lectures will take place remotely via Zoom at the origninally scheduled time, TR 3:30-4:50. The Zoom links for the course will be sent by e-mail.
Office Hours: Wednesday and Friday, 11:00-12:00, also 30 minutes after class ends Tuesday and Thursday. Office hours by appointment are also possible, arranged one day in advance.

Analysis Seminar
Global Analysis Seminar

Some papers and preprints:
G. A. Mendoza, Tópicos en Análisis Global (in Spanish). Minicourse in the XXX Venezuelan School of Mathematics, Sept. 4-7, 2017.
T. Krainer and G. A. Mendoza, Elliptic complexes of first-order cone operators: ideal boundary conditions, Mathematische Nachrichten 291 (2018) 1815-1850.
G. A. Mendoza, Spectrally unstable domains, Ill. J. Math. 59, no. 4, Winter 2015, 979-997.
T. Krainer and G. A. Mendoza, The Friedrichs extension for elliptic wedge operators of second order, Adv. Differential Equations, 23 no. 3/4 (2018), 295-328.
T. Krainer and G. A. Mendoza, Boundary value problems for elliptic wedge operators: the first order case. In: J. Escher, E. Schrohe, J. Seiler, and C. Walker (Eds.), Elliptic and Parabolic Equations, Springer Proceedings in Mathematics & Statistics, Vol. 119, 2014.
T. Krainer and G. A. Mendoza, Boundary value problems for first order elliptic wedge operators, Amer. J. Math. 138 (2016), 585-656.
G. A. Mendoza, Complex b-manifolds, in "Geometric and Spectral Analysis", Contemporary Mathematics (P. Albin, D. Jakobson, and F. Rochon, editors), 630 (2014), 139-171.
G. A. Mendoza, Hypoellipticity and vanishing theorems, Bull. Inst. Math. Acad. Sin. (N.S.) 8 (2013), 231-258.
T. Krainer and G. A. Mendoza, Elliptic systems of variable order, Rev. Mat. Iberoam. 31 (2015), no. 1, 127-160.
T. Krainer and G. A. Mendoza, The kernel bundle of a holomorphic Fredholm family, Comm. in Partial Differential Equations 38 no. 12, (2013) 2107-2125.

Talks and lecture notes

Old course webpages

Other interests:
Calculus on the Web, a joint project with D. Reich. A description (old) is available in pdf format. Development partially supported by the NSF and Temple University.
Complex Analysis and Geometry Seminar (Rutgers, NB).

Calculus III resources
In addition to Calculus on the Web, see also this

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