Curriculum vitae of Boris Goldfarb

Education
► Ph.D. in Mathematics, Cornell University, 1996 GO BIG RED!
Thesis: Splitting assembly maps for arithmetic groups with large actions at infinity
Advisor: James E. West
► B.S. with Honors in Mathematics, University of Maryland at College Park, 1988
Advisor: Michael Brin

Academic positions
Associate Professor, UAlbany, since 2004
Assistant Professor, UAlbany, 1998-2004
Szegö Assistant Professor, Stanford University, 1996-1998

Grant support and awards
OTL development grants, ITLAL, UAlbany, 2015, 2017, 2018
Sabbatical leave awards, UAlbany, 2008 and 2016
SUNY FRAP award No. 54215, 2011-2014, with Alex Tchernev and Marco Varisco
CAS travel grants, 2004, 2006, 2008, 2010, 2012, 2014, 2015
NSF grant, 1999-2004, DMS-9971319
NSF postdoctoral support, 1997-1999, through DMS-9704637
Harold Bacon memorial award for excellence in teaching, Stanford, 1998

My doctoral students
► Kevin Root
Research topic: TDA for feature localization in unsupervised learning
► Douglas Lenseth
Research topic: Discrete Morse theory in cubical complexes
► Jonathan Grossman, 2019
Thesis: Coarse coherence of metric spaces and groups
► Bryan Bennett, 2018, co-chaired with Marco Varisco
Thesis: Bounded algebra in symmetric monoidal categories
► Patrick Cahill, 2017, co-chaired with Marco Varisco
Thesis: Bounded algebra over coarse spaces
► Susan Beckhardt, 2016
Thesis: Extension properties of groups with asymptotic property C and straight finite decomposition complexity
► Miroslav Orna, 2007
Thesis: The integral A-theoretic Novikov conjecture
► Timothy Lance, 2006
Thesis: Continuous control in exact non-split categories