Cristina Pereyra

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María Cristina Pereyra (born 1964)[1] is a Venezuelan mathematician. She is a professor of mathematics and statistics at the University of New Mexico, and the author of several books on wavelets and harmonic analysis.

Education and employment[edit]

Pereyra was a member of the Venezuelan team for the 1981 and 1982 International Mathematical Olympiads.[2] She earned a licenciado (the equivalent of a bachelor's degree) in mathematics in 1986 from the Central University of Venezuela.[3]

She went to Yale University for graduate studies, completing her Ph.D. there in 1993. Her dissertation, Sobolev Spaces On Lipschitz Curves: Paraproducts, Inverses And Some Related Operators, was supervised by Peter Jones.[3][4] After working for three years as an instructor at Princeton University, she joined the University of New Mexico faculty in 1996.[3]

Books[edit]

Pereyra is the author or editor of:

  • Lecture Notes on Dyadic Harmonic Analysis (Second Summer School in Analysis and Mathematical Physics, Cuernavaca, 2000; Contemporary Mathematics 289, American Mathematical Society, 2001)[5]
  • Wavelets, Their Friends, and What They Can Do For You (with Martin Mohlenkamp, EMS Lecture Series in Mathematics, European Mathematical Society, 2008)[6]
  • Harmonic Analysis: from Fourier to Wavelets (with Lesley Ward, Student Mathematical Library 63, American Mathematical Society, 2012)[7]
  • Harmonic Analysis, Partial Differential Equations, Complex Analysis, Banach Spaces, and Operator Theory: Celebrating Cora Sadosky's Life, Vols. I, II (edited with S. Marcantognini, A. M. Stokolos, and W. Urbina, Association for Women in Mathematics Series, Springer, 2016 and 2017)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Birth year from ISNI authority control file, retrieved 2018-11-30.
  2. ^ Maria Cristina Pereyra, International Mathematical Olympiad, retrieved 2018-05-21
  3. ^ a b c Curriculum vitae (PDF), November 14, 2011, retrieved 2018-05-21
  4. ^ Cristina Pereyra at the Mathematics Genealogy Project
  5. ^ Review of Lecture Notes on Dyadic Harmonic Analysis: Blasco, Oscar (2002), MR1864538
  6. ^ Review of Wavelets, Their Friends, and What They Can Do For You, knaj (2011), European Mathematical Society.
  7. ^ Review of Harmonic Analysis: from Fourier to Wavelet, Catrina, Florin (October 2013), MAA Reviews

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