Faculty

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Sinan Ariturk

VIGRE-Lovett Instructor. Ph.D. (2012) Johns Hopkins University. Partial differential equations, eigenfunctions of the Laplacian. ariturk, x4829.
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Christian Bick

Postdoctoral Research Associate. Ph.D. (2012) Georg-August-Universität Göttingen. Dynamical systems theory, adaptation and visualization. bick, x4829.
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Michael Boshernitzan

Michael Boshernitzan

Professor. 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.
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Alexander Bufetov

Alexander Bufetov

Adjunct Associatet Professor. Ph.D. (2005) Princeton University. Ergodic theory, Teichmüller theory. aib1.
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John Calabrese

RTG Lovett Instructor. Ph.D (2013) University of Oxford. Donaldson Thomas invariants and derived categories, comparison formulae, applying the machinery of motivic Hall algebras. calabrese, x4829.
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Tim Cochran

Tim Cochran

Professor. B.S.(1977) Massachusetts Institute of Technology, M.A. (1979), Ph.D. (1982) University of California at Berkeley. Topology of 3 and 4-dimensional manifolds, knot theory, (infinite) group theory, modules over noncommutative rings. cochran, x5265.
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David Damanik

David Damanik

Professor. Dipl.-Math.(1995), Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universitšt, Ph.D. (1998) Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität. Analysis, mathematical physics, spectral theory. damanik, x3273.
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Danijela Damjanovic

Danijela Damjanovic

Associate Professor. Diploma (1997) Belgrade University, Ph.D. (2004) Pennsylvania State University. Dynamical Systems and Ergodic Theory. x4921.
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Michael Field

Research Professor, B.S. (1967) University of Cambridge, Ph.D. (1970) University of Warwick. Dynamical Systems. michael.j.field, x4829.
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Robin Forman

Robin Forman

Professor 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.
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Zhiyong Gao

Zhiyong Gao

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

Robert Hardt

Robert Hardt

W. 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.
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F. Reese Harvey

F. Reese Harvey

Professor 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)-698-3188.
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Shelly Harvey

Shelly Harvey

Associate Professor. B.S. (1997) California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, Ph.D. (2002) Rice University. Low-dimensional topology and geometry, group theory, non-commutative algebra. shelly, x3659.
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Brendan Hassett

Brendan Hassett

Milton Brockett Porter Chair of Mathematics and Chair. B.A. (1992) Yale University, M.A. (1994) Harvard University, Ph.D. (1996) Harvard University. Algebraic Geometry. hassett, x5261.
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Prudence Heck

Prudence Heck

Visiting Scholar. Ph.D. (2009) Indiana University. Low dimensional topology, 3- and 4- manifolds, knot theory, TQFT's and homological algebra. x4829.
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John Hempel

John Hempel

Professor 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.
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Raymond Johnson

Raymond Johnson

W. L. Moody, Jr. Visiting Professor in Mathematics. BA (1963) University of Texas, Austin. PhD (1970) Rice University. Harmonic Analysis. rlj2, x4053.
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Frank Jones

Frank Jones

Noah Harding Professor of Mathematics. B.A. (1958) Rice Institute, Ph.D. (1961) Rice University. Partial differential equations, real analysis. fjones, x5266.
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Alexander Kiselev

Frank Jones

Adjunct Professor. B.S. Physics (1992) St. Petersburg State University, Ph.D. Mathematics (1996) Caltech. Spectral theory, fluid dynamics, and reaction-diffusion equations.

Brian Lehmann

Brian Lehmann
G.C. Evans Instructor. Ph.D. (2010) Massachusetts Institute of Technolog, Birational geometry, Algebraic geometry, blehmann, x4829.
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Milivoje Lukic

Milivoje Lukic
G.C. Evans Instructor. Ph.D. (2011) California Institute of Technology, Spectral theory, mathematical physics,milivoje.lukic, x4829.
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Anushaya Mohapatra


Postdoctoral Research Associate. Ph.D. (2013) University of Houston. Open dynamical systems, ergodic theory. am87, x4829.

Allison Moore

Allison Moore

RTG Lovett Instructor. Ph.D. (2013) University of Texas at Austin. Low-dimensional topology and knot theory. allison.h.moore, x4829.
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Betul Orcan


G.C. Evans Instructor. Ph.D. (2010) University of Texas at Austin, Free boundary problems, Partial differential equations,betul.orcan, x4829.
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Ina Petkova

G.C. Evans Instructor. Ph.D. (2012) Columbia University. Low-dimensional topology, knot theory. ina.petkova, x4829.
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John C. Polking

John C. Polking

Professor Emeritus of Mathematics. B.S. (1958) Notre Dame, MS. (1961), Ph.D. (1966) Univ. Chicago. Partial differential equations, several complex variables. polking, x4841.
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Andrew Putman

Andrew Putman

Associate Professor. B.A. (2002) Rice University, Ph.D. (2007) University of Chicago. Low dimensional topology, geometric group theory. andyp, x3617.
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Stephen Semmes

Stephen Semmes

Noah 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.
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Sho Tanimoto

G.C. Evans Instructor. Ph.D. (2012) Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, New York University. Algebraic geometry, rational points. sho.tanimoto, x4829.
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James Tanis

James Tanis
VIGRE-Lovett Instructor. Ph.D. (2011) University of Maryland, Horocycle flows, Dynamical systems, james.tanis, x4829.
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Eamonn Tweedy

Eamonn Tweedy

G.C. Evans Instructor. Ph.D. (201) University of California, Los Angeles, Knot theory and low-dimensional topology, eamonn, x4829.
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Anthony Varilly-Alvarado

Anthony Varilly-Alvarado

Assistant Professor. B.A. (2003) Harvard University, Ph.D. (2009) University of California, Berkeley. Algebraic geometry, higher-dimensional arithmetic algebraic geometry, Brauer-Manin obstructions. av15.
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William Veech

William Veech

Edgar Odell Lovett Professor. B.A. (1960) Dartmouth College, Ph.D. (1963) Princeton University. Analysis. veech, x4881.

Raymond O. Wells, Jr.

Ronny Wells

Professor Emeritus of Mathematics. B.A. (1962) Rice University, Ph.D. (1965), New York University. Several complex variables and wavelets. row@raw.com.
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Mike Wolf

Mike Wolf

Professor. B.S. (1981) Yale University, M.S. (1983), Ph.D. (1986), Stanford University. Teichmüller theory, minimal surfaces, harmonic maps. mwolf, x6293.
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Yunhui Wu

G.C. Evans Instructor. Ph.D. (2012) Brown University. Differential geometry, Teichmueller theory. Yunhui.Wu, x4829.
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William Yessen

National Science Foundation Postdoctoral Fellow. Ph.D. (2013) UC Irvine. Smooth and holomorphic dynamical systems, ergodic theory, mathematical physics (statistical mechanics, spectral theory). yessen, x4829.
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