LopHing Ho, Associate Professor
Several Complex Variables, Partial Differential Equations; PhD, Princeton University, 1984
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Research
Dr. Ho's research interest is in several complex variables and partial differential equations. He considers the subelliptic estimate of the dbar Neumann problem in domains that are not necessarily pseudoconvex. This is a fundamental question that has important applications to regularity of the solution of the dbar problem. Recent work covers multivariate time series problem in statistics. Such problems have wide applications in engineering, economics, biology and many other fields.
Selected Publications

(with K.S. Chan and H. Tong) A note on timereversibility of multivariate linear processes, Biometrika 93 (2006).

Sharp subelliptic estimate for n1 forms on finite type domains, Illinois Journal of Mathematics 45 (2001).

Exact subelliptic estimates for n1 forms, Math. Zeit. 211 (1992).

dbar problem on weakly qconvex domains, Math. Ann. 290 (1991).

Subelliptic estimates for the dbar Neumann problem for n1 forms, Trans. Amer. Math. Soc. 325 (1991).

Subellipticity of the dbar Neumann problem on nonpseudoconvex domains, Trans. Amer. Math. Soc. 291 (1985).