Michael Greenblatt's Website

About Me

I am a professor at the University at Illinois at Chicago. My mathematical interests are in analysis, and I'm especially interested in real-variable methods and related issues in harmonic analysis. Most recently, I have been working on resolution of singularities and its applications to analysis. I have also done research on Radon transforms, Carnot-Carathéodory geometry, and related topics. I was a student of Eli Stein at Princeton, and arrived here in 2008.

For more information here is my CV.

Fall 2017 teaching:

Information regarding Math 220 can be found here.

Information regarding Math 417 can be found here.


My various papers may be found here.

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email address: greenbla AT uic DOT edu