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Top grad programs in several complex variables and complex geometry?

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I know UC San Diego is good, Rothschild and Ebenfelt are there, but are there any other ones that stand out in these and related fields?

Thanks a bunch
 

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This isn't my area, but I heard from one of Ebenfelt's students that Xiaojun Huang of Rutgers is very talented in this field.
 
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Wow Huang is at Rutgers! Omg thanks, I knew posting this was a good idea. I actually have a very good chance of getting into Rutgers, I know people who are there now.

Does anyone know any other big names or good schools for these areas?
 
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I assume you are only interested in US universities? –If that's the case, I would look into Donu Arapura's work. He is in Purdue University: http://www.math.purdue.edu/~dvb/
But if I were you I would just look to different books/papers' authors and find in which university they are.
 

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