Lop-Hing Ho, Associate Professor
Several Complex Variables, Partial Differential Equations; PhD,
Princeton University, 1984
Dr. Ho's research interest is in several complex variables and
partial differential equations. He considers the subelliptic estimate
of the d-bar 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 d-bar problem.
Recent work covers multivariate time series problem in statistics.
Such problems have wide applications in engineering, economics, biology
and many other fields.
- (with K.S. Chan and H. Tong) A note on time-reversibility of
multivariate linear processes, Biometrika 93 (2006).
- Sharp subelliptic estimate for n-1 forms on finite type domains,
Illinois Journal of Mathematics 45 (2001).
- Exact subelliptic estimates for n-1 forms, Math. Zeit. 211 (1992).
- d-bar problem on weakly q-convex domains, Math. Ann. 290 (1991).
- Subelliptic estimates for the d-bar Neumann problem for n-1 forms,
Trans. Amer. Math. Soc. 325 (1991).
- Subellipticity of the d-bar Neumann problem on non-pseudoconvex
domains, Trans. Amer. Math. Soc. 291 (1985).