James Aspnes, Professor of Computer Science. Ph.D.: Carnegie Mellon 1992. Research interests: Distributed algorithms, randomized algorithms.
Barron, Professor of Statistics and Electrical Engineering. Ph.D.:
Stanford 1985. Research interests: Statistical information theory, probability
limit theorems, function estimation, neural networks.
Gustave L. Davis, Clinical Professor of
Pathology. M.D.: SUNY College of Medicine. Research interests: Quantitative
methods in pathology and bioinformatics.
Professor of Computer Science, Mathematics and Physics Ph.D.: Rice 1983. Research
interests: Numerical scattering theory, elliptical partial differential
equations, numerical solution of integral equations.
Martin H. Schultz, Arthur K. Watson Professor of Computer Science. Ph.D. Harvard 1965. Research interests: High-performance computing, algorithm design, analysis and implementation. Parallel programming environments and parallel architectures, ranging from massively parallel processors to clusters of workstations and PCs as well as P2P solution on the internet.
Mitchell D. Smooke, Strathcona Professor of Mechanical Engineering, Professor of Applied Physics. Ph.D. Harvard 1978. Research interests: Computational combustion, chemical vapor deposition, numerical solution of ordinary and partial differential equations, large-scale scientific computation.
Daniel A. Spielman, Professor of Computer Science and Applied Mathematics. Ph.D. MIT. Research interests: Analysis of algorithms and heuristics, error-correcting codes, combinatorial scientific computing, spectral graph theory, and combinatorics.
Günter Wagner, Alison Richard Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology. Ph.D.: University of Vienna 1979. Research interests: Evolution of development, evolutionary theory, population genetics theory.
John Wettlaufer, A. M. Bateman Professor of Geophysics and Physics. Ph.D.: University of Washington 1991. Research interests: Moving boundary problems, geophysics, crystal growth, fluid mechanics, applied mathematics and statistical physics.
Josephine Hoh, Associate Professor of Epidemiology / Public Health and Opthalmology
Sekhar C. Tatikonda, Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering; Associate Professor of of Statistics
Lisha Chen, Assistant Professor of StatisticsThierry Emonet, Assistant Professor of Molecular, Cellular & Developmental Biology, and Assistant Professor of Physics
Triet Le, Assistant Professor of Mathematics
Huibin Znou, Assistant Professor of Mathematics
John Emerson, Assistant Professor of Statistics
Mokshay Madiman, Assistant Professor of Statistics. Ph.D.: Brown 2005. Research interests: Information theory and connections to probability and statistics, probabilistic methods in discrete mathematics and functional analysis, theoretical and applied probability.
Josiah Willard Gibbs Assistant Professors in Applied Mathematics
Dan Kushnir, Ph.D. Weizmann Institute. Research interests: Numerical Analysis, Statistical Data Analysis, Pattern Recognition.
Adam Marcus, Ph.D. Georgia Tech 2008. Research interests: Methods in combinatorics, information theory, algorithms, optimization.
Andrew Wells, Ph.D. University of Cambridge 2008. Research interests: Applied mathematics, turbulent convection, aspects of fluid flow in the oceans, interactions with ice in the environment.
Senior Research Scientist
Paolo E. Barbano, Ph.D. Scientific Computing, Efficient Algorithms, Adaptive Statistical Methods,Applied & Discrete Harmonic Analysis, Signal Processing, Computational Biology.
Nicholas Carriero, Ph.D. Yale University
Yoel Shkolnisky, Ph.D. in Computer Science, Tel-Aviv University, 2004. Research interests: Applied computational harmonic analysis, scientific computing, image processing, signal processing
Frederick W. Warner, Ph.D.: Yale 1992. Research interests: Applied harmonic analysis, bioinformatics, pattern recognition.
Rishidev ChaudhuriEdward S. Coakley, B.A. Physics and Mathematics, Harvard University, 2007; M.A. Theoretical Physics, Harvard University, 2007.
Jae Oh Woo
Xiangtao Liu, B.S. Physics, Beijing University, 2000; M.S. Physics, Beijing University, 2003.
Bradley Alpert: National Institute of Standards and Technology, Boulder
Nicholas Bennett: Schlumberger Doll Research
Yu Chen: Courant, NYU
Hongwei Cheng: Morgan Stanley
Andreas Coppi: Plain Sight Systems
Aloke Dutt: Morgan Stanley
Andreas Glaser: McKinsey & Company
Leslie Greengard: Courant, NYU
Stephane Lafon: Google
Ann Lee: Carnegie-Mellon
Gilad Lerman: University of Minnesota
Xiaoye Li: Susquehanna International Group
Jin Hong Ma: Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Michael Mahoney: Yahoo Research
Per-Gunnar Martinsson: University of Colorado
Lucas Monzon: University of Colorado at Boulder
Boaz Nadler: Weizmann Institute
Naoki Saito: University of California at Davis
Mark Tygert: Courant Institute, NYU
Stephan Winkler: Goldman Sachs
Hong Xiao: University of California at Davis