/ School of Mathematics
Nessim Sibony works in Several Complex Variables and in Holomorphic Dynamical Systems. He has made contributions in classical function theory, d-bar equation, description of hulls, Levi problem, Nevanlinna theory. Héno maps, dynamics in the projective space. In the past fifteen years with his collaborator T.C Dinh he has developed methods in pluri-potential theory to study the dynamics of meromorphic self maps of compact Kähler manifolds. This includes a general theory of intersection of currents. They have applied these methods to solve a number of problems, in discrete dynamics and also in the theory of Foliations by Riemann surfaces.