Contact Info
Pure MathematicsUniversity of Waterloo
200 University Avenue West
Waterloo, Ontario, Canada
N2L 3G1
Departmental office: MC 5304
Phone: 519 888 4567 x43484
Fax: 519 725 0160
Email: puremath@uwaterloo.ca
Name | Research interests | Room & Extension | Email (@uwaterloo.ca) |
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Jason Bell Professor |
Non-commutative algebra | MC 5008 ext. 47727 |
jason.bell |
Michael Brannan Associate Professor |
Operator algebras, representation theory | MC 5447 ext. 40767 |
michael.brannan |
Benoit Charbonneau Associate Professor |
Differential geometry, gauge theory | MC 5336 ext. 47336 |
benoit.charbonneau |
Xuemiao Chen Assistant Professor |
Differential geometry, complex algebraic geometry, gauge theory | MC 5324 ext. TBA |
x67chen |
Barbara Csima Professor and Associate Chair - Graduate |
Mathematical logic, computability theory | MC 5012 ext. 47596 |
csima |
Brian Forrest Professor |
Abstract harmonic analysis | MC 5328 ext. 45569 |
beforres |
Kevin Hare Professor |
Computational number theory | MC 5332 ext. 48636 |
kghare |
Elana Kalashnikov Assistant Professor |
Algebraic geometry | MC 5441 ext. 40768 |
e2kalash |
Spiro Karigiannis Professor |
Differential geometry, geometric analysis | MC 5326 ext. 42810 |
karigian |
Matthew Kennedy Associate Professor |
Operator algebras, functional analysis | MC 5431 ext. 41346 |
matt.kennedy |
Wentang Kuo Professor |
Representation theory, number theory, Lie groups | MC 5004 ext. 47202 |
wtkuo |
Yu-Ru Liu Professor |
Analytic number theory, number theory in function fields | MC 5316 ext. 45698 |
yrliu |
Blake Madill Lecturer |
Math education | MC 5423 ext. 45560 |
bmadill |
Laurent Marcoux Professor |
Operator theory, operator algebras | MC 5014 ext. 45568 |
laurent.marcoux |
David McKinnon |
Arithmetic geometry, number theory, algebraic geometry | MC 5306 ext. 46020 |
dmckinnon |
Rahim Moosa Professor |
Model theory, algebraic geometry | MC 5018 ext. 42453 |
rmoosa |
Ruxandra Moraru Associate Professor |
Complex geometry, applications to physics | MC 5427 ext. 47828 |
moraru |
Stephen New Lecturer and Associate Chair - Undergraduate |
Algebraic geometry, differential geometry | MC 5419 ext. 45554 |
snew |
Alexandru Nica Professor |
Non-commutative probability, operator algebras | MC 5334 ext. 45570 |
anica |
Doug Park Professor |
Geometric topology, symplectic geometry | MC 5022 ext. 47016 |
bdpark |
Michael Rubinstein Professor |
Number theory, computational mathematics | MC 5024 ext. 46172 |
mrubinstein |
Matthew Satriano Associate Professor |
Algebraic geometry, arithmetic geometry | MC 5433 ext. 41345 |
msatriano |
William Slofstra Associate Professor |
Lie theory, algebraic combinatorics, mathematics of quantum information | MC 5421 or QNC 3314 ext. 40518 or ext. 38228 |
william.slofstra |
Nico Spronk Professor |
Harmonic analysis, operator spaces | MC 5322 ext. 45559 |
nico.spronk |
Cameron Stewart Professor |
Number theory | MC 5016 ext. 45567 |
cstewart |
Kateryna Tatarko Assistant Professor |
Geometric functional analysis | MC 5443 ext. 40769 |
ktatarko |
Aissa Wade Professor |
Differential geometry, contact geometry, Poisson geometry, and mathematical physics | MC 5449 | a6wade |
Jerry Xiaoheng Wang Associate Professor |
Algebraic number theory, arithmetic geometry, diophantine approximation | MC 5338 ext. 45557 |
x46wang |
Ben Webster Associate Professor |
Knot theory and representation theory via algebraic geometry | MC 5429 ext. 46629 |
ben.webster |
Ross Willard Professor |
Universal algebra, logic | MC 5006 ext. 45565 |
ross.willard |
Andy Zucker Assistant Professor |
Dynamical systems, Ramsey theory, set theory | MC 5318 ext. TBA |
a3zucker |
Departmental office: MC 5304
Phone: 519 888 4567 x43484
Fax: 519 725 0160
Email: puremath@uwaterloo.ca
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