#### About
Me
I am an
associate professor in the math department at the
University of Houston. My research interests
are in dynamical systems: most of my work so far
has been in ergodic theory, thermodynamic
formalism, dimension theory, multifractal
analysis, and non-uniform hyperbolicity.
I received my Ph.D. in August 2010 from the Pennsylvania State
University, where I worked under the
supervision of Yakov
Pesin in the Center
for Dynamics and Geometry and had a
non-trivial involvement with the MASS
program.
From August 2010 - July 2011, I was a postdoc at
the University of
Maryland, and from August 2011 - August
2012, I was an NSERC postdoctoral fellow at the University of
Toronto.
Prior to my time at Penn State, I received my
bachelor's degree in June 2005 from the University of
Waterloo, where I was a resident of Conrad
Grebel University College.
For more details on the mathematical part of my
identity -- in particular, things I've written (or
am writing) -- try this other
part of my website, or have a look at my research
blog.
Should you
need and/or want to contact me, I'm at climenha [at]
math [dot] uh [dot] edu. |