Assistant Professor, Fordham University

Fordham University

JMH Room 414

441 East Fordham Road

Bronx, NY 10458

USA

cbreiner (at) fordham (dot) edu

I am currently an Assistant Professor at Fordham University in New York.

My primary field of interest is geometric analysis - with current emphasis on minimal and constant mean curvature surfaces.

- Compactness Results for Sequences of Approximate Biharmonic Maps, Joint with T. Lamm, Submitted
- A minimal lamination of the interior of a positive cone with quadratic curvature blowup, Joint with S. Kleene, To appear, "J. Geom. Anal."
- Embedded Constant Mean Curvature Surfaces in Euclidean Three Space, Joint with N. Kapouleas, To appear, "Math. Ann."
- A Variational Characterization of the Catenoid, Joint with J. Bernstein, "Calc. Var. and PDE" 49, (2014) 215-232.
- Symmetry of Embedded Genus-One Helicoids, Joint with Jacob Bernstein, "Duke Math. J." 159, (2011) 83-97.
- Conformal Structure of Minimal Surfaces with Finite Topology, Joint with Jacob Bernstein, "Comm. Math. Helv." 86, (2011) 353-381.
- Helicoid-like Minimal Disks and Uniqueness, Joint with Jacob Bernstein, "J. Reine Angew. Math." (Crelle's Journal) 655, (2011) 129-146.
- Distortions of the Helicoid, Joint with Jacob Bernstein, "Geometriae Dedicata." 137 (1), (2008) 143-147.

I currently participate in the

- Analysis Seminar at Fordham and sometimes the
- Geometry and Analysis Seminar at Columbia and sometimes the
- Differential Geometry Seminar at CUNY Graduate Center.

I helped organize two seminars during my three years as a CLE Moore Instructor at MIT.

Current Courses:

Previous Courses:

- Spring 2014 - Multivariable Calculus I

- Fall 2013 - Math for Business: Precalculus

While a CLE Moore Instructor at MIT:

- 18.014 - Fall 2010 - Calculus with Theory

- 18.024 - Spring 2011 - Multivariable Calculus with Theory

- 18.02A - Spring 2012 - Multivariable Calculus - Second Half

- OCW Scholar Single Variable Calculus - a joint project at MIT. Find me in the recitation videos.

- OCW Scholar Multivariable Calculus - a joint project at MIT. Find me in the recitation videos.