Visiting Faculty
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We have a large number of visitors this year who are teaching and
collaborating in research with faculty.
Fall Semester
 Marat Arslanov from Kazan State University (Kazan,
Russia); mathematical
logic.
 Antal Balog from Alfred Renyi Institute of Mathematics
(Budapest,
Hungary); analytic and combinatorial number theory.
 Alexander Kleshchev from the University of Oregon
(Eugene); representation
theory of algebraic and finite groups.
 Jacobus Koolen from the University of Bielefeld (Bielefeld,
Germany);
graph theory and algebraic combinatorics.
 Anton Kucera from Charles University (Prague, Czech
Republic);
mathematical logic.
 JeanMarie Lion from Université Rennes (Rennes, France);
mathematical
logic.
 Boris Zil'ber from the University of Oxford (Oxford, England);
mathematical logic.

Professors Arslanov, Kucera, Lion, and Zil'ber taught Math 975
in sequence (34 weeks apiece) and worked with Steffen Lempp and
Patrick Speissegger.
Spring Semester
 Michael Greenblatt from MIT (Cambridge); harmonic analysis.
 KyuHwan Lee from Seoul National University (Seoul, S. Korea);
Lie
algebras and representation theory.
 John Maginnis from Kansas State University (Manhattan);
cohomology of groups.
 Robert McCann from the University of Toronto
(Canada); partial differential equations.
Professors Balog and Kleshchev are also teaching in the spring
semester.
Nonteaching visitors, in Madison for an extended stay this academic
year, include:
 Michael Cullen from the European Centre for Medium
Range Weather Forecasts (Reading, UK); applied mathematics.
 Nigel Cutland from the University of Hull (Hull,
UK); mathematical
logic.
 Iskander Kalimullin from Kazan State University (Kazan,
Russia);
mathematical logic.
 Frank Stephan from the University of Heidelberg (Heidelberg,
Germany);
mathematical logic and complexity.