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New Faculty

In 2013 the CUNY Graduate Center Mathematics department appointed a new central line faculty member:

Jeremy Kahn   Hyperbolic Geometry and Complex Dynamics, winner of 2012 Clay Mathematics Prize,   NSF funding (PhD 1995, UC Berkeley),   [Graduate Center, Distinguished Professor]


Other central line faculty in the department are

Alexander Gamburd,
Victor Kolyvagin,
Dennis Sullivan,
Lucien Szpiro
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Most of the CUNY GC faculty are appointed to the doctoral faculty after being hired at a CUNY College.   They continue to work with undergraduates at the college where they were hired but now teach doctoral courses and in addtition take on the responsibilities of a doctoral faculty member at the CUNY Graduate Center.  New appointments in mathematics over the past five years are listed below:

 

 


Appointed in 2013

David R. Finston, Affine Algebraic Geometry, (PhD 1983, UC San Diego), NSF, NSA and NASA funding [Brooklyn College]

W. Patrick Hooper, Dynamical Systems, (PhD 2006, Stony Brook), NSF Postdoc, NSF funding [CCNY]

Bianca Santoro, Complex Geometry and Geometric Differential Equations, (PhD  2006, MIT), NSF Funding [CCNY]

Christian Wolf, Dynamical Systems and Ergodic Theory,  (PhD 1999, Technical University of Munich). [CCNY]
 


Appointed in 2012

Huang, Zeno:  Complex analysis, Teichmuller theory, geometric analysis. (PhD 2003,  Rice University),   [College of Staten Island]

Ovchinnikov, Alexey: Differential algebra, differential Galois theory, symbolic computation, Representation theory,  ( Ph.D  2008,  Moscow State University,  and Ph.D.  2007, North Carolina State University).  [Queens College]

Steinberg, Benjamin: Semigroups, groups, representation theory, automata and formal language theory, (Ph.D.  1998, University of California at Berkeley).  [CCNY]

Wilson, Scott 0.: Geometry, topology of manifolds (Ph. D 2005, Stony Brook University). [Queens College]

Zamfirescu, Christina: Graph theory, algorithmic combinatorics networks, molecular complexity, intersection digraph representation.  (Master's in O.R. University of Bucharest, Ph.D. in Natural Sciences).  [Hunter College]


Appointed 2011

Gamburd, Alexander: Number theory, probability and combinatorics, Presidential Early Career Award, Sloan Fellow, NSF and ARPA funding (PhD 1999,  Princeton University) [Graduate Center Presidential Professor]

Champanerkar,Abhijit: Geometric topology,  NSF-FRG Funding (PhD 2003, Columbia University). [College of Staten Island] 

Chigogidze, Alex: Topology and functional analysis, (PhD 1980 Tbilisi University). [Dean of Science and Technology at the College of Staten Island, CUNY]

Fuchs, Gunter: Logic, PhD 2003, Humboldt University, [College of Staten Island] 

Kharlampovic,Olga : Group theory,  NSERC Funding, Marsden Award, ( PhD 1984 Leningrad State University, Doctor of Science 1990 Moscow Steklov Institute).
[Mary P. Dolciani Professor,  Hunter College]

Kofman, Ilya: Knot theory and geometric topology, NSF-FRG Funding , Simons Foundation funding, (PhD 2000, University of Maryland, College Park). [College of Staten Island]

Maher, Joseph: Geometric Topology, NSF funding (PhD 2002, University of California, Santa Barbara). [College of Staten Island] 

Sabitova, Maria: Number theory, NSF funding (PhD 2005, University of Pennsylvania). [Queens College]

Vukadinovic, Jesenko : Analysis, NSF funding  (PhD 2002, Indiana University)
 [College of Staten Island]


Appointed in 2010:

Behrstock,Jason: Geometric group theory,  Sloan Fellow, NSF funding (PhD 2004, Stony Brook University).  [Lehman College]

Lee, Dan: Geometric analysis, NSF Funding (PhD 2005, Stanford University). [Queens College

Lucia, Marcello: Nonlinear Analysis, Humboldt Fellow, (PhD Swiss Federal Institute of Technology).  [College of Staten Island]

Mitra,Sudeb: Complex analysis and Teichmuller Spaces,  NSF funding (PhD 1999, Cornell University). [Queens College]


Appointed in 2009:

Hadjiliadis, Olympia: Statistics and stochastic optimization, NSA Young Investigator, NSF CCF-MSC. NSF DMS-IGMS (PhD 2005, Columbia University). [Brooklyn College] 

 Pribitkin, Vladimir: Number theory and automorphic forms, NSF funding, (PhD 1995 Temple University).  [College of Staten Island] 

Saric, Dragomir: Complex analysis and hyperbolic geometry, NSF funding (PhD 2001 City University of New York). [Queens College]