# Mathematics 2013-2014

## Faculty

**Alvaro Arias**

Professor

PhD, Texas A&M University

Areas of interest: functional analysis, operator algebras, probability and convex geometry

**Natasha Dobrinen**

Associate Professor

PhD, University of Minnesota

Areas of interest: set theory, Boolean algebras, mathematical logic, and foundations of mathematics

**Nikolaos Galatos**

Associate Professor PhD, Vanderbilt

Areas of interest: lattice theory, ordered algebras, mathematical logic

**Paul Horn**

Assistant Professor

PhD, University of California, San Diego

Areas of interest: spectral graph theory, probabilistic combinatorics

**Michael Kinyon**

Professor

PhD, University of Utah

Areas of interest: nonassociative algebra, loops and quasigroups, Leibniz algebras

**Frédéric Latrémolière**

Associate Professor

PhD, University of California-Berkeley

Areas of interest: C*-algebras, C*-dynamics

**Andrew Linshaw**

Assistant Professor

PhD, Brandeis University

Areas of interest: representation theory, invariant theory, vertex algebras, infinite-dimensional Lie algebras

**Nicholas S. Ormes**

Associate Professor

PhD, University of Maryland, College Park

Areas of interest: topological dynamics, tiling problems, ordered algebra

**Ronnie Pavlov**

Assistant Professor

PhD, Ohio State University

Areas of interest: dynamical systems, ergodic theory, symbolic dynamics

**Petr Vojtechovský**

Professor and Interim Chair

PhD, Iowa State University PhD, Charles University, Prague

Areas of interest: nonassociative algebra, quasigroups and loops, combinatorics, computational geometry

**Mei Yin**

Assistant Professor

PhD, University of Arizona

Areas of interest: phase transitions, random graphs, spectral theory

**Richard N. Ball**

Professor Emeritus

PhD, University of Wisconsin

Areas of interest: ordered algebra, general topology, topological dynamics, universal algebra

**Stanley Gudder**

Professor Emeritus

PhD, University of Illinois

Areas of interest: functional analysis, mathematical physics, foundations of quantum mechanics, probability theory

**James N. Hagler**

Professor Emeritus

PhD, University of California-Berkeley

Areas of interest: functional analysis, topological dynamics, hereditarily indecomposable continua