Sequoia national park, Aug 2021

Dr. Gamal Mograby
Department of Mathematics
University of Maryland
William E. Kirwan Hall
4176 Campus Dr.
College Park, MD 20742-4015, USA


My name is Gamal Mograby. I am a postdoctoral associate at the Department of Mathematics, University of Maryland. My research lies in the intersection of mathematical physics, the connections between fractal-like geometries and spectral problems, as well as the interface between graph theory and quantum information processing. In 2020, I completed my Ph.D. at the University of Connecticut under the supervision of A. Teplyaev, G. Dunne, L. Rogers.

Mentors: I am grateful for the mentorship I receive from K. Okoudjou, A. Teplyaev, R. Balu.

Academic Background

  • Ph.D. in Mathematics from University of Connecticut, USA (2020)
  • Diplom in Physics from Berlin Institute of Technology, Germany (2016)
  • Diplom in Mathematics from Berlin Institute of Technology, Germany (2010)

Note: German Diplom degree is a five-year program equivalent to having earned both bachelor’s and master’s degrees

My projects are joint work partially supported by:

  • ARO grant W911NF1910366
  • NSF DMS grants 1659643 and 1613025
  • UCONN Research Excellence Program Award 2019
    ($ 16,731 Research Assistantship)