ABRAMSON, Z. M. | |

BERGERON, N. | Algebraic combinatorics. |

BROWN, J. M. N. | Finite geometries, designs, error correcting codes, automorphism groups. |

BROWN, R .L. W. | |

BUGAJSKA, K. | Mathematical physics, string theory, relativity. |

BURNS, R. G. | Combinatorial group theory, general group theory. |

DENZEL, G. E. | Graphical analysis. |

DOW, A. | Axiomatic set theory, forcing and independence, set-theoretic topology. |

GANONG, R. | |

GAO, Y. | Infinite dimensional Lie algebras, representation theory, homology of algebra, mathematical physics. |

GUIASU, S. | Information theory, statistical mechanics, multivariate analysis, stochastic models in operations research. |

HRUSKA, C. | Linear and nonlinear theory of continua, tensors of propagation of waves in crystals, experimental work in piezoelectricity, measurement methods and equipment design. |

KLEINER, I. | Nineteenth and early twentieth century mathematics, relations between the history and the pedagogy/teaching of mathematics. |

KOCHMAN, S. O. | Homology operations, cobordism theories, computer assisted computation of stable stems. |

MacHENRY, T. | Algebraic number theory, multiplicative arithmetic number theory, abstract group theory. |

MADRAS, N. | Random walks, mathe-matical models in physics and biology, combinatorics, Monte Carlo methods. |

MULDOON, M. E. | Special functions, ordinary differential equations, approximations and expansions, functional equations. |

O'BRIEN, G. L. | Stationary sequences, extreme value theory, stochastic inequalities, weak and strong limit theorems, large deviation theory. |

OLIN, P. | |

PELLETIER, D. H. | Set theory, large cardinals, infinitary combinatorics, forcing, Boolean-valued models, non-standard analysis, linear algebra, logic. |

PELLETIER, J. Wick | Category theory, functional analysis, applications of category theory to analysis. |

PIETROWSKI, A. | |

PROMISLOW, S. D. | Functional analysis, group theory, actuarial mathematics. |

PURZITSKY, N. | |

ROGERS, P. | Mathematical education, model theory. |

SALISBURY, T. | Brownian motion, Markov processes. |

SALOPEK, D. | Finance, real and stochastic analysis. |

STEPRANS, J. | Set theory, infinitary combinatorics, forcing, applications to algebra. |

THOLEN, W. | Category theory and its applications to algebra, topology and theoretical computer science. |

WATSON, S. | Set-theoretic topology, general topology, set-theoretic combinatorics, counterexamples. |

WEISS, A. | Combinatorial and discrete geometry, incidence polytopes. |

WHITELEY, W. | Discrete geometry and its applications, rigidity (static and kinematics) of frameworks, multivariate splines, polyhedral combinatorics, matroid theory, logic and invariant theory, geometric reasoning. |

WONG, M.W. | Functional analysis, pseudo-differential operators, partial differential equations. |

WU, J. | Functional differential equations, nonlinear functional analysis, dynamical systems, mathematical biology and neural networks. |