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Pure MathematicsUniversity of Waterloo
200 University Avenue West
Waterloo, Ontario, Canada
N2L 3G1
Departmental office: MC 5304
Phone: 519 888 4567 x33484
Fax: 519 725 0160
Email: puremath@uwaterloo.ca
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Department of Pure Mathematics
University of Waterloo
Waterloo, Ontario, Canada
N2L 3G1
Office room number: Mathematics & Computer (MC) 5332
Office telephone number: 519-888-4567 ext. 46633
Fax number: 519-725-0160
Email: kehare@uwaterloo.ca
PhD (University of British Columbia) 1986
BMath (University of Waterloo) 1981
Fellow Canadian Mathematical Society, 2020
University of Waterloo, Mathematics Faculty Distinction in Teaching Award, 2020
Honourary Doctorate of Technology, Chalmers University of Technology, 2011
Female Guest Professor, Sweden, 2000-2001
AMS Featured Review, 1995
NSERC Postgraduate Scholarship, 1983-85
I.W. Killam Predoctoral Fellowship, 1985-86
NSERC Operating Grant, 1987-date
Dates | Position | Institution |
---|---|---|
2018-2019 | Visiting Professor | Acadia University |
2013-2014 | Visiting Professor | University of St. Andrews |
2007-2008 | Visiting Professor | University of Hawaii-Manoa |
Summer 2002 | AARMS Workshop Instructor | Memorial University |
2000-2001 | Visiting Professor | Chalmers University of Technology and Goteborg University |
1996-Present | Full Professor | University of Waterloo |
1991-96 | Associate Professor | University of Waterloo |
1993-94 | Visiting Fellow | University of New South Wales |
1988-91 | Assistant Professor | University of Waterloo |
1986-88 | Assistant Professor | University of Alberta |
Dates | Position |
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2014-2018 | Chair, Department of Pure Mathematics |
2008-2012 | Associate Chair for Graduate Affairs, Department of Pure Mathematics |
2005 | Associate Chair for Graduate Affairs, Department of Pure Mathematics |
1999-2000 | Associate Chair for Undergraduate Affairs, Department of Pure Mathematics |
1994-1999 | Associate Chair for Graduate Affairs, Department of Pure Mathematics |
Dates | Position |
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2005-date | Mentor for Association for Women in Mathematics |
2017 | Local Organizer, CMS Winter Meeting |
2016-date | CMS Finance Committee |
2016 | External reviewer, graduate program, Western University |
2012, 2014 | Organising committee - Summer school for Women Undergraduates |
2010-2012 | Chair CMS Women in Math Committee |
2009 | External Reviewer, University of Regina Mathematics Department |
2007-2012 | Editor Canadian Math Bulletin & Canadian Journal of Math |
2003-2005 | Vice President Canadian Mathematics Society |
2003-2005 | CMS Endowment Funds Committee |
2003-2005 | CMS Education Committee |
2003-2005 | CMS Women in Math Committee |
2003 | External Reviewer, Dalhousie University Math Department |
2002-2005 | NSERC Grant Selection Committee for Mathematics |
2002-2003 | CMS Endowment Funds Committee. Chair |
2002 | Ontario Graduate Scholarship Panel |
2002 | NExTMAC Workshop Panelist |
2001-2005 | CMS Board of Directors |
2001 | External Reviewer, Memorial University Math Department |
1999 | CMS Endowment Funds Committee |
1998-2000 | Ontario Graduate Scholarship Panel. Chair in 1999 |
1998-1999 | Chair, CMS Task Force on Support of the Mathematics Community |
1997-1999 | CMS Government Policy Committee |
1997-1998 | Organizing committee for first Canadian Celebration of Women in Mathematics |
1992 | Ministry of Education Workshop on secondary schools mathematics curriculum |
(a) Harmonic analysis on compact Lie groups
(b) Fractals and harmonic analysis
(c) Thin Sets
(d) Multipliers and Maximal Operators
(e) Miscellaneous Topics
Departmental office: MC 5304
Phone: 519 888 4567 x33484
Fax: 519 725 0160
Email: puremath@uwaterloo.ca
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