Graduate Bulletin


Distinguished Teaching Professor

Edward S. Thomas Jr., Ph.D., University of California at Riverside
Ordinary differential equations, stability theory for dynamical systems, general topology.


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

Richard Z. Goldstein, Ph.D., Cornell University
Topological graph theory, combinatorial group theory.

Benton N. Jamison, Ph.D., University of California at Berkeley
Markov processes, time series.

Boris Korenblum, Sc.D., Moscow State University
Spaces of analytic functions

Timothy L. Lance, Ph.D., Princeton University
Geometric topology, group actions on manifolds, cobordism theory, smoothing theory, homotopy theory of classifying spaces, applications to number theory, non-linear similarity.

Charles Micchelli, Ph.D., Stanford University
Efficient representation of functions in computational mathematics.

Richard C. O'Neil, Ph.D., University of Chicago
Real analysis and integration theory, inequalities, rearrangement invariant function spaces, and interpolation of operators.

R. Michael Range, Ph.D., University of California at Los Angeles
Several complex variables - integrated representations, the Cauchy-Riemann complex and the @-Neumann problem, pseudoconvexity, algebras of holomorphic functions.

Howard H. Stratton, Ph.D., University of California at Riverside
Stochastic processes, mathematical modeling of biological systems with particular application to pulmonary function, time series.

Edward C. Turner, Ph.D., University of California at Los Angeles
PL and smooth topology, combinatorial group theory.

Donald R. Wilken, Ph.D., Tulane University
Extremal problems of fanilies of univalent functions, algebras of analytic functions.

Kehe Zhu, Ph.D., University at Buffalo
Functional analysis, complex analysis, operator theory

Associate Professors

Hara Charalambous, Ph.D., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Commutative algebra, Betti numbers of modules over regular local rings.

William F. Hammond, Ph.D., Johns Hopkins University
Number theory and algebraic geometry, theta functions, Hilbert modular surfaces.

Lloyd L. Lininger, Ph.D., University of Iowa
Statistical theory, survival distributions, analysis of clinical trials.

Steven Plotnick, Ph.D., University of Michigan
Low-dimensional topology and geometry, knot theory, transformational groups, combinatorial group theory.

Karin Reinhold-Larsson, Ph.D., Ohio State University
Ergodic theory, analysis and probability.

Carlos Rodriguez, Ph.D., State University of New York at Stony Brook
Non-parametric density extimation, information theory and Bayesian methods.

Malcolm J. Sherman, Ph.D., University of California at Berkeley
Mathematical statistics, biomedical applications, operator theory, public policy and civil rights.

Anupam Srivastav, Ph.D., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Algebraic number theory, algebra, arithmetic geometry.

Mark Steinberger, Ph.D., University of Chicago
Algebraic and geometric topology with an emphasis on group actions and manifolds.

Michael Stessin, Ph.D., Moscow State University

Assistant Professors

Boris Goldfarb, Ph.D., Cornell University
Algebraic Topology

Martin Hildebrand, Ph.D., Harvard University
Probability on finite groups, conbinatorics, hyberbolic 3-mainiforlds.

Cristian Lenart, Ph.D., University of Manchester, UK
Algebraic combinatorics, Schubert calculus; cluster analysis

Jennifer Taback, Ph.D., University of Chicago
Geometric and Combinatorial group theory, quasi-isometric rigidity.

Alexandre Tchernev, Ph.D., Purdue University
Commutative algebra, homological algebra, algebraic geometry