Prof. Daniel Shea
Ph.D., 1965, Syracuse University
Professor Emeritus
Department of Mathematics
shea@math.wisc.edu
Selected Publications

Some best constant inequalities of
type

(with M Essen, C S Stanton), Inequalities and Applications,
World Scientific Series in Applicable Analysis 3 (1994), 233239.

On the set where a meromorphic function is large,
 Complex Analysis and its Applications, C C Yang et al., eds.,
Pittman Research Notes 305 (1993), 95106.
 A convolution inequality with applications to
function theory II
 (with M Essen, J Rossi),
J Analyse Math, 61 (1993), 339366.

An extremal property of entire functions with positive zeros
 (with A Weitsman), Rev Mat Iberoamericana 5 (1989), 3746.

Minimum modulus theorems for meromorphic functions at Polya peaks,
 Complex Variables: Theory and Application 13 (1989), 6773.
Research Interests
Functions of a Complex Variable, Potential Theory, Integral Equations
Graduated Students
 Kevin Godbey '95,
email
 Mohammed Seid '93, Addis Ababa U., ETHIOPIA
 Geck Hong '87

Charles Stanton
'81, Cal. State U., San Bernardino CA

Bruce Hanson
'81,
email,
St. Olaf College, Northfield, MN

G. Samuel Jordan '71,
email
, U. Tennessee, Knoxville, TN

Robert Wheeler
'71, VPI &SU, Blacksburg, VA

Robert Bruce '70,
Metropolitan State College , Denver, CO
 Albert Baerstein '68,
Washington U.
, St.Louis, MO
Last updated February 9, 1998.