|UW Mathematics||Autumn 2009|
Message from the Chair
NSF Research Training Grant
Gunther Uhlmann: Academy Fellow
Mathematics Honors Luncheon
Chad Klumb: Sophomore Medalist
Solutions to 1,000 Year Old Problem
NSF CAREER Grant
Sara Billey was promoted from Associate Professor to Professor.
The Department appointed eight new faculty members (one Assistant Profesor, one NSF Postdoctoral Fellow, and six Acting Assistant Professors):
Max Lieblich (Assistant Professor), PhD M.I.T., 2004. Professor Lieblich studies algebraic geometry, and was previously an Assistant Professor at Princeton.
David Anderson (NSF Postdoctoral Fellow), PhD University of Michigan, 2009. Dr. Anderson studies algebraic geometry.
Salman Baig (Acting Assistant Professor), PhD University of Texas at Austin, 2009. Professor Baig studies arithmetic geometry, number theory, and computations.
Jonathan Browder (Acting Assistant Professor), PhD Washington University in St. Louis, 2009. Professor Browder studies algebraic and geometric combinatorics.
Craig Citro (Acting Assistant Professor), PhD UCLA, 2009. Professor Citro studies number theory.
James Gill (Acting Assistant Professor), PhD Washington University in St. Louis, 2009. Professor Gill studies complex analysisy.
Tu Nguyen (Acting Assistant Professor), PhD University of Chicago, 2008. Professor Nguyen studies Partial differential equations and inverse problems. He spent the previous year at the Institute for Advanced Study.
Ben Stephens (Acting Assistant Professor), PhD M.I.T., 2006. Professor Stephens studies PDEs, differential geometry, and optimization. He was a Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of Toronto before coming to UW.