Topology and Geometry Research Group
- Daniel S. Freed (firstname.lastname@example.org): Research interests include global analysis, differential geometry, relations with quantum field theory and string theory.
- Robert E. Gompf (email@example.com): Research interests include topology of 4-manifolds, gauge theory and its applications to topology, topology of algebraic surfaces, symplectic topology, and contact geometry.
- Cameron McA. Gordon (firstname.lastname@example.org): Research interests include manifold topology, with particular emphasis on knot theory and 3-dimensional manifolds. Dr. Gordon's future research plans are to continue working on problems in low-dimensional manifold topology, especially those related to classical knot theory.
- Gary C. Hamrick (email@example.com): Research interests include the relations between the geometry and the topology of manifolds.
- Sean M. Keel (firstname.lastname@example.org): Research interests include Algebraic Geometry, particularly Mori's program, GIT, moduli problems, and intersection theory.
- John E. Luecke (email@example.com): Research interests include the topology and geometry of 3-dimensional spaces. In particular the study of how the operation of "Dehn surgery" on a knot in 3-dimensional space affects the topology of the space. He has also spent time working with the application of topology to biology in understanding the knotting of DNA.
- Alan W. Reid (firstname.lastname@example.org): Research interests include low-dimensional topology and discrete groups. He is particularly interested in the geometry and topology of hyperbolic 3-manifolds, and properties of their fundamental groups. He is also interested in connections between hyperbolic 3-manifolds and number theory..
- Lorenzo Sadun (email@example.com): Research interests include quantum mechanics, nonperiodic tilings, adiabatic limits of wave equations, and other problems of bith physical and geometric interest.
- Michael P. Starbird (firstname.lastname@example.org): Research interests include low dimensional geometric topology and topics in mathematics education - particularly how to make mathematics accessible to the general public.
- Karen K. Uhlenbeck (email@example.com): Research interests include Global analysis and differential geometry with a special interest in applications of non-linear analysis in topology; solutions of Yang-Mills and Sine-Gordon equations; the topology of moduli spaces.
- James W. Vick (firstname.lastname@example.org): Research interests include topics from algebraic and differential topology involving actions of groups on manifolds, bilinear forms and Witt groups. A secondary research interest is in mathematical models and applications of mathematics to problems in the life sciences.
- Robert F. Williams (email@example.com): Research generally relates to Dynamical Systems. Currently, symbolic dynamics and matrices with entries in the positive integers. In particular, a partial converse to the Perron-Frobenius theorem. This takes one into "higher dimensional continued fractions".