Faculty
Ivana Alexandrova, Assistant Professor Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley Scattering theory, semiclassical analysis, the AharonovBohm effect Earth Science and Mathematics 136A 

Lindsay N. Childs, Professor Ph.D., Cornell University Algebras, extensions of rings acted upon by finite groups or Hopf algebras, connections with algebraic number theory 

Boris Goldfarb, Associate Professor Ph.D., Cornell University Algebraic and geometric topology, the Novikov and Borel conjectures, geometric group theory Earth Science and Mathematics 120B 

Richard Z. Goldstein, Professor Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania PL and geometric toplogy, topological graph theory, combinatorial group theory Earth Science and Mathematics 132I 

Martin Hildebrand, Professor Ph.D., Harvard University Probability on finite groups, combinatorics, hyperbolic 3manifolds Earth Science and Mathematics 137A 

Joshua Isralowitz, Assistant Professor Ph.D., University at Buffalo Harmonic analysis and operator theory Earth Science and Mathematics 128D 

Timothy L. Lance, Professor Ph.D., Princeton University Geometric toplogy, group actions on manifolds, cobordism theory, smoothing theory, homotopy theory of classifying spaces, applications to number theory, nonlinear simliarity 

Cristian Lenart, Professor Ph.D., University of Manchester (UK) Algebraic combinatorics, combinatorial representation theory, Schubert calculus, formal group laws Earth Science and Mathematics 116A 

Charles A. Micchelli, Professor Ph.D., Stanford University Computational mathematics and its applications Earth Science and Mathematics 116B 

Antun Milas, Associate Professor Ph.D., Rutgers University Infinitedimensional Lie algebras, vertex operator algebras, conformal field theory Earth Science and Mathematics 120D 

Steven Plotnick, Associate Professor Ph.D., University of Michigan Lowdimensional topology and geometry, knot theory, transformation groups, combinatorial group theory Earth Science and Mathematics 123B 

R. Michael Range, Professor Ph.D., University of California, Los Angeles Several complex variables: integral representations, the CauchyRiemann complex and the dbarNeumann problem, pseudoconvexity, algebras of holomorphic functions Earth Science and Mathematics 128B 

Karin ReinholdLarsson, Associate Professor Ph.D., Ohio State University Ergodic theory, analysis and probability Earth Science and Mathematics 132D 

Carlos Rodriguez, Associate Professor Ph.D., State University of New York at Stony Brook Statistical Inference Earth Science and Mathematics 319B 

Malcolm J. Sherman, Associate Professor Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley Mathematical statistics, biomedical applications, operator theory, public policy and civil rights Earth Science and Mathematics 114 

Anupam Srivastav, Associate Professor Ph.D., University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign Algebraic number theory, algebra, arithmetic geoometry Earth Science and Mathematics 115 

Mark Steinberger, Associate Professor Ph.D., University of Chicago Algebraic and geometric topology, group actions on manifolds, the nonlinear similarity problem, surgery theory, algebraic Ktheory, homotopy theory Earth Science and Mathematics 136C 

Michael Stessin, Professor Ph.D., Moscow State University Complex analysis, operator theory, approximation theory Earth Science and Mathematics 120E 

John Tambroni, Lecturer Earth Science and Mathematics 128C 

Alexandre Tchernev, Associate Professor Ph.D., Purdue University Commutative algebra, homological algebra, algebraic geometry Earth Science and Mathematics 137B 

Edward S. Thomas, Jr., Professor Ph.D., University of California, Riverside Qualitative behavior of dynamical systems; difference equations; point set topology Earth Science and Mathematics 132F 

Marco Varisco, Assistant Professor Ph.D., University of Münster, Germany Topology Earth Science and Mathematics 120C 

Dan Willard (joint with Computer Science), Professor Ph.D., Harvard University Mathematical Logic LI 67A 

Rongwei Yang, Professor Ph.D., State University of New York at Stony Brook Multivariable operator theory, several complex variables, operator algebras, signal processing Earth Science and Mathematics 319C 

Kehe Zhu, Professor Ph.D., State University of New York at Buffalo Functional analysis, complex analysis, operator theory Earth Science and Mathematics 110 