Alberto Candel

Research

- FOLIATIONS I, Book coauthored with L. Conlon.
- FOLIATIONS II, also with L. Conlon, has been published by the AMS in August 2003. Take a look at the Table of Contents and some sample pages.

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- Turbulent Relations, with J. A. Álvarez López
- On the algebraic characterization of metric spaces and the Higson compactification (Topology and its Applications), with J. A. Álvarez López
- Topological description of Riemannian foliations with dense leaves (Pacific Journal of Mathematics), with J. A. Álvarez López
- Equicontinuous foliated spaces (Math Z.), with J. A. Álvarez López.
- Eigenvalue estimates for minimal surfaces in hyperbolic space (Transactions of the AMS)
- On the ergodic theory of discrete dynamical systems, [DjVu]
- Some examples of exit times with J. A. Álvarez López
- Parallelisms, prolongations of Lie algebras and rigid geometric structures (Manus Math), with R. Quiroga-Barranco. [PDF] [DjVu]
- Rigid and finite type geometric structures, with R. Quiroga-Barranco. [PDF] [DjVu]
- Gromov's centralizer theorem, with R. Quiroga-Barranco. [PDF] [DjVu]
- The harmonic measures of Lucy Garnett, (Adv in Math) [PDF] [DjVu]

- Foliations and the Higson compactification Geometry and Topology of Foliations, CRM, Bellaterra, July 2010.
- Dynamics on Spaces of Higher Order Random Structures, Random Shapes Reunion Conference, Lake Arrowhead, Dec 2008
- On Harmonic Measures and Group Actions, I Congreso Hispano-Francés de Matemáticas, Zaragoza, July 2007
- Generic aspects of the geometry of leaves and foliations, GF2003, Kyoto, September 2003

Just that! Lecture Notes from several courses and seminars that I have taught, offered without warranty.

Contact Info

Alberto Candel

Office: SN 430

Office Hours: Wed 4-5pm, Thurs 3-4pm

Phone: 677-6512

Acknowledgment and Disclaimer

Some of the research results posted on this Web site were supported by grants from the Division of Mathematical Sciences of the National Science Foundation. Opinions, findings, or recommendations expressed in those results are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the NSF.