J.M. Landsberg works on questions at the interface of algebraic geometry, differential geometry and representation theory. His current research is focused on geometric problems originating in complexity theory. Landsberg obtained his PhD in 1990 from Duke University under the direction of Robert Bryant. He has directed six PhD theses, is the author of Tensors: Geometry and Applications, is a co-author of Cartan for Beginners, and has published over fifty research articles.
- Algorithms and Complexity in Algebraic Geometry, Fall 2014. Chancellor's Professor and Program Organizer.