Mathematics Fall 2010 New Faculty

Monica Visan has joined the department as a Harrington Fellow. Dr. Visan received her PhD from University of California at Los Angeles. Her research area are Nonlinear PDEs and Harmonic Analysis.

Cagri Karakurt has joined us as a Simons Fellow. Dr. Karakurt received his PhD from Michigan State University. His research area is on Geometric Topology.

Daniel Freeman has joined the department as a Bing Instructor. Dr. Freeman received his Ph.D from Texas A&M University. His research is Functional Analysis.

Jeff Haack has joined the department as a RTG Lecturer. Dr. Haack received his PhD from University of Wisconsin Madison. His research area includes numerical analysis, fluid mechanics and kinetic theory.

Samuel Isaacson has joined the department as a RTG lecturer. Dr. Isaacson received his PhD from Harvard University. Before coming to Texas, Dr. Isaacson has been a Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of Western Ontario. His research area includes Homotopy Theory and Homotopical Algebra.

Catherine Kublik has joined us as a Bing Instructor. Dr. Kublik received her Ph.D from University of Michigan. Her research interest is Applied Mathematics.

Thai Le has joined the department as a Bing Instructor (on leave fall 2010-11). Dr Le received his PhD from UCLA. His research area includes Additive and Combinatoral Number Theory.

John Meth has joined the department as a Lecturer. Dr Meth received his PhD from UT Austin. His research interests include finite dimensional division algebras, Azumaya algebras, Severi-Brauer varieties, norm hypersurfaces, etale cohomology, and intersection theory.

Marion Moore Campisi has joined the department as a RTG lecturer. Dr. Campisi received her PhD from University of California at Davis. Her research area is Topology.

Ekin Ozman has joined the department as an Instructor (on leave 2010-11). Dr. Ozman received her PhD from University of Wisconsin-Madison. Her research interests includes Number Theory and Arithmetic Geometry.

David Rusin has joined the department as a Lecturer. Dr. Rusin received his PhD from University of Chicago. Before coming to Texas, Dr. Rusin has taught Mathematics in Northewestern University and Northern Illinois University. Dr. Rusin's research interests includes Algebra and Number Theory.

Mei Yin has joined the department as a Bing Instructor. Dr. Yin received her from PhD University of Arizona (major math, minor statistics). Her research area includes mathematical physics and probability.