University at Albany
 

Retired and Emeritus Faculty


Guy Allaud, Ph.D., University of Wisconsin
General topology and homotopy theory, fibrations and classifying spaces, abstract homotopy
Louis Brickman, Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania
Complex analysis
Herbert I. Brown, Ph.D., Rutgers University
Functional Analysis with applications to summability, FK topologies, algebras of bounded linear operators on certain sequence spaces
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. Email: childs @ albany.edu
Edward D. Davis, Ph.D., University of Chicago
Commutative algebra: Noetherian rings of geometric, algebraic or arithmetic type; polynomial and power series algebras over such rings
Nathaniel A. Friedman, Ph.D., Brown University
Isomorphism problems in ergodic theory, higher order mixing, higher order sweeping out, mixing on sequences, sweeping out on sequences
Richard Z. Goldstein, Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania
PL and geometric topology, topological graph theory, combinatorial group theory. Email: richardg @ albany.edu
William F. Hammond, Ph.D., Johns Hopkins University
Number theory and algebraic geometry, theta functions, Hilbert modular surfaces. Email: hammond @ albany.edu
Benton N. Jamison, Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley
Markov processes, time series
Melvin Katz, Ph.D., 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., Princeton University
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., University of Iowa
Statistical theory, survival distributions, analysis of clinical trials
Thomas H. MacGregor, Ph.D., 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., University of Michigan
Tiling, foundations of geometry
Ricardo Nirenberg, Ph.D., New York University
Several complex variables, real submanifolds of complex manifolds, partial differential equations
Hajimu Ogawa, Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley
Differential equations
Richard C. O'Neil, Ph.D., University of Chicago
Real analysis and integration theory, inequalities, rearrangement-invariant function spaces, interpolation of operators
R. Michael Range, Ph.D., University of California, Los Angeles
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., Tulane University
Extremal problems of families of univalent functions, algebras of analytic functions