This year, as is usually the case, there are a number of
visiting faculty who are both teaching and collaborating in
research with members of our faculty.
Fall Semester Teaching Visitors
- Zelijko Cuckovic from the University of Toldeo; functional
analysis, complex analysis, harmonic analysis.
- Harvey Friedman from Ohio State University; mathematical
logic.
- Miroljub Jevtic from the University of Belgrade
(Yugoslavia); complex analysis and harmonic analysis.
- Andrei Kelarev from the University of Tasmania (Australia);
ring theory and algebras.
- An-Min Li from Sichuan University (China); differential
geometry.
- Andrei Morozov from the Sobolev Institute of Mathematics
(Russia); mathematical logic.
- Gabriel Navarro from the Universitat de Valencia; group
theory and algebra.
- Edwin Perkins from the University of British Columbia
(Canada), probability.
- Jean-Philippe Rolin from the University of Bourgogne
(France); mathematical logic.
- Otmar Spinas from the University of Kiel (Germany); set
theory.
Professors Friedman, Morozov, Rolin, and Spinas lectured to
graduate students in logic at different times throughout the
semester.
Spring Semester Teaching Visitors
- Alberto Elduque from the Universidad de Zaragoza (Spain);
Lie algebras and symmetric spaces.
- Lorenzo Pareschi from the University of Ferrara (Italy);
numerical methods for partial differential equations.
- Long-an Ying from Peking University (China); numerical
analysis and partial differential equations.
- Greg Lee from the University of Alberta (Canada);
algebra.
Professors Cuckovic, Navarro, and Perkins are also teaching in the
spring semester.