Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Hello, I'm Dóminique Kemp. I obtained my Ph.D. in mathematics from Indiana University-Bloomington in June 2021.
Currently, I am at the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton, New Jersey, as a postdoctoral member. For all research-related and academic inquiries, I may be reached at email@example.com.
I'm interested in problems that connect harmonic analysis with geometry. In particular, decoupling, restriction and Kakeya theory, and Böchner-Riesz are my current focus. I also enjoy exploring applications of decoupling inequalities to problems in number theory and geometry.
My exploration of piano began at the age of 5 and has been impressed by listening to copious amounts of music over the years since then. My pianist role models are Oscar Peterson and György Cziffra. In addition to jazz and gospel, I enjoy playing the music of Scriabin, Chopin, Rachmaninoff, and Beethoven.
Decoupling for real analytic surfaces of revolution, with J. Bourgain and C. Demeter, GAFA Israel seminar 2017-2019, Lecture Notes in Mathematics 2266.
Decoupling for surfaces of zero curvature, Journal of Functional Analysis, Vol. 283, Issue 12.
Decoupling via scale-based approximations of limited efficacy.