# 松本佳彦 / Yoshihiko Matsumoto

Interested in mathematics, especially in differential geometry and function theory of several complex variables.

Assistant Professor, Department of Mathematics, Graduate School of Science, Osaka University

1-1 Machikaneyama-cho, Toyonaka, Osaka 560-0043, Japan

Email: matsumoto (at) math.sci.osaka-u.ac.jp

Room 413, Bldg. B of Graduate School of Science

Phone: +81 6-6850-5313

Currently, I'm away from Osaka and working as:

Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of Mathematics, Stanford University

450 Serra Mall, Building 380, Stanford, CA 94305-2125, USA

Phone: +1 (650) 723-6763

This stay is supported by JSPS Overseas Research Fellowship.

## Schedule in 2019

Now I'm mostly devoted to research, as a visiting scholar at Stanford University, until Aug. 29, 2019. Then I'll come back to Osaka.

- Jan. 8–14, 2019 2019 Taipei Conference on Geometric Invariance and Partial Differential Equations, Academia Sinica, Taipei — Talk Jan. 11 Einstein asymptotically complex hyperbolic spaces and almost complex structures
- Feb. 4–8 Penn State University — Talk Feb. 6 A construction of Poincaré-Einstein metrics of cohomogeneity one on the ball
- Talk Feb. 20 Stanford University — Canonical almost complex structures on ACH Einstein manifolds. Notes
- Apr. 7–12 Princeton University — Talk Apr. 10 Deformation of Einstein metrics and almost complex structures on strictly pseudoconvex domains
- Apr. 12–14 AMS Spring Eastern Sectional Meeting “Sub-Riemannian and CR geometric analysis,” University of Connecticut (Hartford) — Talk Apr. 14 GJMS operators, $Q$-curvature, and obstruction tensor of partially integrable CR manifolds
- Apr. 14–17 Worcester Polytechnic Institute
- June 30–July 7 Park City Mathematics Institute
- July 13–16 Hayama Symposium on Complex Analysis in Several Variables XXI, Hayama, Japan
- Sept. 16–20 (tentative) MSJ Autumn Meeting, Kanazawa University — Talk (Date TBD) Geometric analysis on asymptotically hyperbolic and complex hyperbolic spaces (Distinguished Lecture at Geometry Section)
- Sept. 21–25 The first Geometry Conference for Friendship of Japan and Germany, Chuo University (Korakuen Campus) — Talk (Date/Title TBD)
- Nov. 11–14 The 25th Symposium on Complex Geometry, Shiinoki Cultural Complex, Kanazawa, Japan — Talk (Date/Title TBD)

## Courses

Upon coming back to Osaka, I'll be in charge of the following courses in the second semester of AY 2019 (Oct. 2019–Early Feb. 2020):

- Problem Session for Basics of Geometry II (General topology) — Tues. 13:00–14:30
- Linear Algebra II + Problem Session — Thurs. 13:00–16:10
- Problem Session for Geometry I (Differential forms, de Rham theory) — Fri. 13:00–14:30