John Garnett

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John Brady Garnett (* 1940 in Seattle , Washington ) is an American mathematician who deals with analysis (function theory, harmonic analysis).

Garnett studied at the University of Notre Dame ( bachelor's degree in 1962) and received his PhD in 1966 with Irving Glicksberg at the University of Washington . He then spent two years as a Moore Instructor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and went to UCLA as an Assistant Professor in 1968 , where he has been a professor since 1974. From 1995 to 1997 he was chairman of the mathematics faculty. In 1989 he received the UCLA Distinguished Teaching Award . Among other things, he was visiting professor and visiting scholar at IHES , Yale University , ETH Zurich , and the University of Paris-South. He is a fellow of the American Mathematical Society .

In 2003 he received the Leroy P. Steele Prize for his book "Bounded analytic functions", in which he presented the field with methods of harmonic analysis, methods of function theory and the Calderon-Zygmund theory in a novel way, both in teaching and in Research was influential. In 1986 he was an Invited Lecturer at the ICM in Berkeley .

His PhD students include Peter Jones and Jill Pipher .


  • Bounded analytic functions, Academic Press 1981

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