Funding provided by the National Science Foundation
Field of Study
Institute for Advanced Study
Hong Wang is interested in Fourier analysis and related problems. For example, if we know that the Fourier transform of a function is supported on some curved objects, a sphere, or some “curved” collection of discrete points, what can we say about this function? It turns out that such problems share interesting connections with Falconer’s distance problem and incidence geometry.
Dates at IAS
School of Mathematics
Massachusetts Institute of Technology