Alan Reid, Professor of Mathematics at the University of Texas
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Short Vitae

Education

Ph.D: Arithmetic Kleinian groups and their Fuchsian subgroups; University of Aberdeen, 1988
Advisor: Colin Maclachlan

M.Sc: Arithmetic Fuchsian Groups–a survey; University of Aberdeen, 1985

B.Sc (with 1st class honours): University of Aberdeen, 1984

Present Position

Edgar Odell Lovett Chair and Professor, Rice University

Previous Positions

  • Pennzoil Company Regents Professor of Mathematics at the University of Texas at Austin, September 2005– July 2017
  • Chairman of Mathematics at the University of Texas at Austin, September 2011 – November 2016
  • Professor at The University of Texas at Austin, September 2002 –August 2005
  • Associate Professor at The University of Texas at Austin, September 1998–August 2002
  • Assistant Professor, The University of Texas at Austin, January 1996–September 1998
  • Royal Society University Research Fellow, University of Cambridge, October 1992–September 1996
  • Fellow of Emmanuel College Cambridge, June 1993–October 1995
  • Post-Doctoral Fellow at The Mathematical Sciences Research Institute, 1991–1992
  • Research Fellow at The University of Aberdeen, July 1990 –August 1991
  • Instructor at Ohio State University, 1988–1990

Visiting Positions

  • Member, The Mathematical Sciences Research Institute, one month Fall 2016.
  • Member, Institute for Advanced Study, January June 2016.
  • Member, Max Planck Institute für Mathematik, Bonn, June 2015
  • Professeur Invité (Chair Henri Lebesgue), Université de Rennes 1, June
    2014.
  • Professeur Invité, Université Paul Sabatier, Toulouse, June 2013
  • Professeur Invité, Université de Paris VI / VII, June 2012
  • Member, Max Planck Institute für Mathematik, Bonn, June 2010
  • Member, Institute for Advanced Study, September–December 2008
  • Professeur Invité, Université Paul Sabatier, Toulouse, May–June 2008
  • Member, The Mathematical Sciences Research Institute, August–December 2007
  • Professeur Invité, Centre Bernoulli, EPFL, August–September 2005
  • Professeur Invité, Université de Rennes 1, June 2003
  • Visiting Professor, Instituto de Matemática Pura e Aplicada, Rio de Janeiro, June 2001
  • Professeur Invité, Université de Rennes 1, May 1999
  • Professeur Invité, Université de Paris VII and The Institute Henri Poincaré, May–June 1996
  • Member, The Mathematical Research Institute, March–May 1995
  • Visiting Professor at The University of Auckland, March–April 1994
  • Visiting Professor at The University of Texas at Austin, 1992–1993
  • Visiting Professor at The University of Melbourne, Summer 1992
  • Visiting Lecturer at Ohio State University, 1987–1988

Prizes and Awards

  • Department of Mathematics, Frank E Gerth III Fellowship, 2008–2010
  • Alfred P. Sloan Research Fellowship, September 1997–September 2001
  • President's Associates Centennial Teaching Fellow, August 1999– August 2000
  • Edinburgh Mathematical Society Sir Edmund Whittaker Prize, 1993.

Former Graduate Students

  • Sam Taylor, Graduated May 2014, Assistant Professor, Temple University.
  • Sam Ballas, Graduated May 2013, Assistant Professor, Florida State University.
  • Grant Lakeland, Graduated May 2012, Assistant Professor Eastern Illinois University.
  • Darlan Girão, Graduated December 2011, Assistant Professor, Universidade Federal do Ceará.
  • Emily Landes, Teaching at Phillips Academy.
  • Neil Hoffman, Graduated May 2011, Assistant Professor, Oklahoma State University.
  • Eric Katerman, Graduated May 2010, working at "Hurricane Party"
  • Matthew Stover, Graduated May 2010, Assistant Professor, Temple University.
  • Jason Callahan, Graduated May of 2009, Associate Professor at St. Edwards University, Austin, TX.
  • Jason DeBlois. Graduated May of 2007, Assistant Professor, University of Pittsburgh.
  • Ben McReynolds, Graduated May of 2006, Associate Professor, Purdue
    University.
  • Eric Chesebro, Graduated May 2006, Associate Professor at the University of Montana.
  • Melissa Macasieb, Graduated December 2005, Visiting Lecturer, University of Maryland.
  • Kate Petersen, Graduated May 2005, Associate Professor at Florida State University.
  • Christopher Leininger, Graduated May 2002, Full Professor at University of Illinois Urbana–Champaign.
  • Joseph Masters, Graduated May 1999, Quantlab, Houston, TX

Current Graduate Students