Recent degree recipients
The following students completed their doctorates in Mathematics during the academic year 2004-2005:
Matt Blair. His advisor was Hart Smith, and his thesis title was "Strichartz Estimates for wave equations with coefficients of Sobolev regularity." He holds a postdoctoral position at Johns Hopkins University.
Sunil Chebolu. His advisor was John Palmieri, and his thesis title was "Refinements of chromatic towers and Krull-Schmidt decompositions in stable homotopy categories." He has a postdoctoral position at the University of Western Ontario.
Pete Couperus. His advisor was Eric Babson, and his thesis title was "Combinatorial Problems on Abelian Cayley Graphs." He is a Software Engineer at ESI in Portland, Oregon.
Chris Hanusa. His advisor was Henry Cohn, and his thesis title was "A Gessel-Viennot-type method for cycle systems with applications to Aztec pillows." He holds a Riley Assistant Professorship at SUNY Binghamton.
Dylan Helliwell. His advisor was Robin Graham, and his thesis title was "Boundary regularity for conformally compact Einstein metrics in even dimension." He is now an Assistant Professor at Seattle University.
Joan Lind. Her advisor was Steffen Rohde, and her thesis title was "Geometry of Loewner Evolution." She has a postdoctoral position at Cornell University.
Pete Littig. His advisor was Steve Mitchell, and his thesis title was "Schubert Varieties and the Homology Ring of the Loop Space of a Compact Lie Group." He teaches at UW Bothell.
David White. His advisor was Chris Burdzy, and his thesis title was "Processes with Inert Drift." He has a postdoctoral position at Cornell University.
Below is a list of those who finished their work at the UW with a Master's degree in Mathematics, with each student's advisor listed in parentheses:
Juliet Anderson (Anne Greenbaum)
Jonathan Landis (Anne Greenbaum)
Dymitr Mozdyniewicz (Dan Pollack)
Chris Quarles (James Zhang)
177 Bachelor's degrees were awarded during the 2004-2005 academic year: 100 in Mathematics and 77 in ACMS.