Pierre Albin — Analytic representations of topological invariants, analysis on non-compact or singular spaces, spectral geometry.
Florin Boca — Operator algebras, number theory, mathematical physics.
John P. D'Angelo — Several complex variables, complex geometry, partial differential equations.
Burak Erdogan — Harmonic analysis on Euclidean spaces and PDEs.
Aimo Hinkkanen — One complex variable, Möbius groups, quasiconformal maps, complex dynamics.
Marius Junge — Banach and operator spaces, operator algebras, noncommutative probability.
Ely Kerman — Hamiltonian dynamics and symplectic topology.
Kay Kirkpatrick — Statistical mechanics, probability, differential equations, and applications to physics and biology.
Denka Kutzarova — Functional analysis (geometry of Banach spaces), approximation theory.
Richard Laugesen — Differential equations, mathematical physics, and complex analysis; specialty - extremal problems.
Xiaochun Li — Hilbert transform along the vector field; Multilinear oscillatory integrals; multilinear Carleson theorem.
Igor Nikolaev — Quasiconformal mappings, Monge-Ampere equations, regularity problems in Riemannian geometry.
Julian I. Palmore — Dynamical systems, chaos theory, and frameworks for analysis, stability, and verification, validation and visualization of distributed interactive simulations.
Zhong-Jin Ruan — Operator spaces and operator algebras.
Richard Sowers — Probability theory, stochastic analysis, partial differential equations.
Anush Tserunyan — Descriptive set theory, Borel actions of countable groups, definable equivalence relations, Polish group actions, applications in ergodic theory and topological dynamics.
Alexander E. Tumanov — Several complex variables, differential geometry, partial differenital equations.
Jeremy Tyson — Geometric function theory, quasiconformal maps, analysis in nonsmooth metric spaces, sub-Riemannian geometry.
Jang-Mei Wu — Geometric and Complex Analysis, Potential Theory and Related Problems in Probability and Partial Differential Equations.
To be posted.
Faculty Members in Related Areas
Bruce C. Berndt — Classical analysis, in particular, as related to Ramanujan's notebooks, infinite series, elliptic and modular functions, special functions, asymptotic series, and contour integration.
Lee DeVille — Stochastic analysis, differential equations, dynamical systems.
Eduard Kirr — Existence and stability of coherent structures in equations from mathematical physics, their coupling with radiation under perturbations, theory and numerical simulation of waves in homogeneous and random media.
Bruce Reznick — Combinatorial methods in analysis, inequalities.
Nikolaos Tzirakis — Harmonic Analysis and Dispersive Partial Differential Equations.
I. David Berg — Operator theory, spectral theory, almost periodic functions, manifolds with boundary, differential geometry.
Earl R. Berkson — Complex function theory, classical analysis, operator theory, real analysis.
Lester L. Helms — Probability theory, diffusion equations, second-order elliptic partial differential equations, heat equation, stochastic processes.
Robert P. Kaufman — Classical analysis, complex function theory, Hausdorff measure, analytic sets.
Peter A. Loeb — Nonstandard analysis, potential theory, covering theorems, integration theory.
Joseph B. Miles — Entire and meromorphic functions, complex function theory, classical analysis.
Robert G. Muncaster — Invariant manifolds, asymptotic behavior, nonlinear elasticity, gas theory.
Anthony L. Peressini — Functional analysis, math. education.
Horacio A. Porta — Analysis.
Joseph Rosenblatt — Harmonic analysis, ergodic theory, functional analysis.
Emeriti Faculty in Related Areas
C. Ward Henson — Relations between analysis and mathematical logic, especially: non-standard analysis, applications of model theory in functional analysis,model theory of Banach space, decision problems and definability problems in analysis, model theoretic properties of the real exponential function.
Lynn McLinden — Convex, nonsmooth and nonlinear analysis, and their application to optimization, variational and equilibrium problems.
Kenneth B. Stolarsky — Exponential polynomials, location of zeros, inequalities.