Faculty
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Gökalp AlpanG.C. Evans Instructor. Ph.D. (2017) Bilkent University, Turkey. Orthogonal polynomials, potential theory, fractal geometry, complex dynamics. gokalp.alpan, x4829. Gökalp Alpan Info 

Jennifer BergRTG Lovett Instructor. Ph.D. (2016) The University of Texas at Austin. Number theory, arithmetic geometry. Jennifer.Berg, x4829. Jennifer Berg Info 

Michael BoshernitzanProfessor. B.A. (1971) Moscow University (U.S.S.R); M.A. (1974) Hebrew Univ. of Jerusalem (Israel); Ph.D. (1981) The Weizmann Institute of Science (Israel). Hardy fields, ergodic theory. michael, x5209. Michael Boshernitzan info 

John CalabreseNSF PostDoctoral Fellow. Ph.D (2013) University of Oxford. Algebraic geometry, derived categories, homological invariants. calabrese, x4829. John Calabrese Info  
Gregory ChambersAssistant Professor. B.S. (2009) University of Toronto. Ph.D (2014) University of Toronto. Metric geometry, and geometric analysis. gregory.chambers, x4053. Gregory Chambers Info  
David DamanikRobert L. Moody, Sr. Professor. Dipl.Math.(1995), Johann Wolfgang GoetheUniversität, Ph.D. (1998) Johann Wolfgang GoetheUniversität. Analysis, mathematical physics, spectral theory. damanik, x3273. David Damanik info  
Anastassia EtropolskiRTG Lovett Instructor. Ph.D. (2016) Emory University. Number theory, arithmetic geometry. 

Michael FieldResearch Professor, B.S. (1967) University of Cambridge, Ph.D. (1970) University of Warwick. Dynamical Systems. michael.j.field, x4829. Michael Field info 

Robin FormanProfessor Emeritus of Mathematics. B.A. (1981), M.A. (1981) Univ. of Pennsylvania. Ph.D. (1985) Harvard University. Relationships between topology and analysis, with an emphasis on ideas from mathematical physics. Robin Forman info 

Neil FullartonG.C. Evans Instructor. Ph.D. (2014) University of Glasgow. Geometric group theory and lowdimensional topology: rightangled Artin groups, algebraic rigidity properties of their automorphism groups, and palindromic automorphisms of free groups. neil.fullarton, x4829. Neil Fullarton info 

Zhiyong GaoAssociate Professor. Ph.D. (1984) State Univ. of New York  Stony Brook. Differential Geometry. gao, x3281. 

Robert HardtW. L. Moody Professor. B.S.(1967) Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Ph.D. (1971) Brown University. Geometric measure theory, partial differential equations, continuum mechanics. hardt, x3280. Robert Hardt info  
F. Reese HarveyProfessor Emeritus of Mathematics. B.S., M.A. (1963) Carnegie Mellon University, Ph.D. (1966) Stanford. Several complex variables, partial differential equations, differential geometry. harvey, (409) 2242497. F. Reese Harvey info 

Shelly HarveyProfessor. B.S. (1997) California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, Ph.D. (2002) Rice University. Lowdimensional topology and geometry, group theory, noncommutative algebra. shelly, x3659. Shelly Harvey info 

John HempelProfessor Emeritus of Mathematics. B. S. (1957) University of Utah, M.S. (1959), Ph.D. (1962) University of Wisconsin. Topology of manifolds and associated algebraic problems, primarily in group theory. hempel, x5126. John Hempel info  
Raymond JohnsonAdjunct Professor. BA (1963) University of Texas, Austin. PhD (1970) Rice University. Harmonic Analysis. rlj2. Raymond Johnson info 

Frank JonesNoah Harding Professor of Mathematics. B.A. (1958) Rice Institute, Ph.D. (1961) Rice University. Partial differential equations, real analysis. fjones, x5266. Frank Jones info 

Alexander KiselevLovett Professor of Mathematics. B.S. Physics (1992) St. Petersburg State University, Ph.D. Mathematics (1996) Caltech. Fluid mechanics, mathematical biology, spectral theory, reactiondiffusion equations. alexander.kiselev, x4053. Alexander Kiselev Info  
Siran LiG.C. Evans Instructor. Ph.D. (2017) University of Oxford. Analysis and PDE, differential geometry, fluid mechanics. siran.li, x4829. Siran Li Info 

Milivoje LukicAssistant Professor. B.S. Mathematics (2006) University of Belgrade, Serbia, Ph.D. (2011) California Institute of Technology. Schröedinger operators and nonlinear integrable partial differential equations. milivoje,lukic, x3617. 

Ronen MukamelAssistant Professor. B. A. (2005) Harvard University, Ph.D. (2011) Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Riemann surfaces, number theory, algebraic geometry and computation. ronen, x3359. Ronen Mukamel Info  
Betul OrcanInstructor. Ph.D. (2010) University of Texas at Austin. Free boundary problems, Partial differential equations,betul.orcan, x4829. Betul Orcan Info 

John C. PolkingProfessor Emeritus of Mathematics. B.S. (1958) Notre Dame, MS. (1961), Ph.D. (1966) Univ. Chicago. Partial differential equations, several complex variables. polking, x4841. John C. Polking info 

Alan ReidEdgar Odell Lovett Professor of Mathematics. B.S. (1984) University of Aberdeen. Ph.D. (1988) University of Aberdeen. Hyperbolic manifolds, discrete groups, low dimensional topology with a particular interest in connections to number theory and moduli spaces. alan.reid x4829.  
Arindam RoyG.C. Evans Instructor. Ph.D. (2015) University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign. Analytic number theory and special functions. arindam.roy x4829. Arindam Roy info 

Stephen SemmesNoah Harding Professor of Mathematics. B.S (1980) Armstrong State College, Ph.D. (1983) Washington Univ. Harmonic analysis, complex variables, partial differential equations, differential geometry. semmes, x3271. Stephen Semmes info 

Selim SukhtaievG.C. Evans Instructor. Ph.D. (2017) University of Missouri. Mathematical physics, partial differential equations, spectral theory, infinite dimensional dynamical systems. selim.sukhtaiev, x4829. Selim Sukhtaiev info 

Changhui TanLovett Instructor. Ph.D. (2014) University of Maryland. Nonlinear partial differential equations, kinetic theory, fluid mechanics. ctan, x4829. Changhui Tan info 

Anthony VarillyAlvaradoAssociate Professor. B.A. (2003) Harvard University, Ph.D. (2009) University of California, Berkeley. Algebraic geometry, higherdimensional arithmetic algebraic geometry, BrauerManin obstructions. av15, x3965. Anthony VarillyAlvarado info 

Stephen WangSenior Instructor. Ph.D. (2006) University of Chicago. Geometry and math education. sswang, x3467. Stephen Wang Info 

Raymond O. Wells, Jr.Professor Emeritus of Mathematics. B.A. (1962) Rice University, Ph.D. (1965) New York University. Several complex variables and wavelets. row@raw.com. Raymond O. Wells info 

Mike WolfChair. B.S. (1981) Yale University, M.S. (1983), Ph.D. (1986), Stanford University. Teichmüller theory, minimal surfaces, harmonic maps. mwolf, x6293. Mike Wolf info 