## Retired and Former Faculty

#### Retired Faculty

Guy Allaud, Ph.D., 1961, University of Wisconsin General topology and homotopy theory, fibrations and classifying spaces, abstract homotopy |

Louis Brickman, Ph.D., 1959, University of Pennsylvania At UAlbany 1967-1996 Complex analysis |

Herbert I. Brown, Ph.D., 1966, Rutgers University Functional Analysis with applications to summability, FK topologies, algebras of bounded linear operators on certain sequence spaces |

Lindsay N. Childs, Ph.D., 1966, Cornell University At UAlbany 1968-2012 Algebras, extensions of rings acted upon by finite groups or Hopf algebras, connections with algebraic number theory. Email: childs @ albany.edu |

Edward D. Davis, Ph.D., 1961, University of Chicago At UAlbany 1968-1998 Commutative algebra: Noetherian rings of geometric, algebraic or arithmetic type; polynomial and power series algebras over such rings |

Nathaniel A. Friedman, Ph.D., 1964, Brown University At UAlbany 1968-2000 Isomorphism problems in ergodic theory, higher order mixing, higher order sweeping out, mixing on sequences, sweeping out on sequences |

Richard Z. Goldstein, Ph.D., 1966, University of Pennsylvania PL and geometric topology, topological graph theory, combinatorial group theory. Email: richardg @ albany.edu |

William F. Hammond, Ph.D., 1965, Johns Hopkins University Number theory and algebraic geometry, theta functions, Hilbert modular surfaces. Email: hammond @ albany.edu |

Benton N. Jamison, Ph.D., 1960, University of California, Berkeley Markov processes, time series |

Melvin Katz, Ph.D., 1959, University of California, Berkeley Central limit theorem |

Boris Korenblum, Sc.D., Moscow State University Analytic and harmonic functions in the disc, zero sets, boundary distributions, factorization, structure of closed ideals |

Timothy L. Lance, Ph.D., 1973, Princeton University At UAlbany 1974-2010 Geometric topology, group actions on manifolds, cobordism theory, smoothing theory, homotopy theory of classifying spaces, applications to number theory, non-linear similarity. Email: lance @ albany.edu |

Lloyd L. Lininger, Ph.D., 1964, University of Iowa Statistical theory, survival distributions, analysis of clinical trials |

Thomas H. MacGregor, Ph.D., 1961, University of Pennsylvania Classical complex analysis, geometric function theory; specialty: extreme points and extremal problems for families of univalent functions |

George E. Martin, Ph.D., 1964, University of Michigan At UAlbany 1967-1998 Tiling, foundations of geometry |

Ricardo Nirenberg, Ph.D., 1966, New York University Several complex variables, real submanifolds of complex manifolds, partial differential equations |

Hajimu Ogawa, Ph.D., 1961, University of California, Berkeley Differential equations |

Richard C. O'Neil, Ph.D., 1960, University of Chicago At UAlbany 1968-2006 Real analysis and integration theory, inequalities, rearrangement-invariant function spaces, interpolation of operators |

R. Michael Range, Ph.D., 1971, University of California, Los Angeles At UAlbany 1973-2015 Several complex variables: integral representations, the Cauchy-Riemann complex and the d-bar-Neumann problem, pseudoconvexity, algebras of holomorphic functions |

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

Donald R. Wilken, Ph.D., 1965, Tulane University At UAlbany 1968-2010 Extremal problems of families of univalent functions, algebras of analytic functions |

#### In Memoriam

Mark Steinberger (1950-2018), Ph.D., University of Chicago At UAlbany 1987-2018 Algebraic and geometric topology, group actions on manifolds, the nonlinear similarity problem, surgery theory, algebraic K-theory, homotopy theory |

Edward Thomas (1937-2016), Ph.D., 1964, University of California, Riverside At UAlbany 1969-2016 |

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