# Adjunct and emeritus professors

Name | Contact | Research Interests |
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Brewster, Richard Adjunct | rbrewster@tru.ca | Discrete mathematics; theoretical computer science; computational complexity; graph theory; polynomial time algorithms and good characterizations; graph homomorphisms and colouring problems; domination problems; graph packings and matchings; local search heuristics and discrete optimization. |

Currie, James Adjunct | j.currie@uwinnipeg.ca | Dejean's conjecture, Abelian patterns. |

Hewgill, Denny Emeritus | hewgilld@uvic.ca | |

Leeming, David Emeritus | leemingd@uvic.ca 250-472-4928 DTB A418a | Approximation theory, Euler and Bernoulli polynomials |

Miller, Gary Emeritus | millergg@uvic.ca | |

Moody, Robert Adjunct | rmoody@uvic.ca | Theory of Lie groups and Lie algebras, vertex operator representations, aperiodic order as manifested in quasicrystals. |

Oellermann, Ortrud Adjunct | o.oellermann@uwinnipeg.ca | Graph theory with emphasis on distance notions in graphs including graph convexity, graph connectivity and the path partition conjecture for oriented graphs. |

Phillips, John Emeritus | johnphil@uvic.ca 250-721-7450 DTB A539 | Operator algebras, operator theory |

Reed, Bill Emeritus | wjreed@uvic.ca 250-472-4928 DTB A418A | Mathematical bioeconomics, resource modelling, optimization models in fisheries and forestry, applied statistics in resource management and biology |

Srivastava, Hari M. Emeritus | harimsri@uvic.ca 250-472-5313 DTB A448 | Real and complex analysis, fractional calculus and its applications, integral equations and transforms, higher transcendental functions and their applications, q-Series and q-Polynomials, analytic number theory |

van den Driessche, Pauline Emeritus | vandendr@uvic.ca 250-472-5313 DTB A448 | Aspects of stability in biomathematical models and matrix analysis. Mathematical biology, especially models in epidemiology and ecology. Matrix analysis, especially stability and combinatorial matrix analysis. |

Zwiers, Francis Adjunct | fwzwiers@uvic.ca 250-721-6236 | Application of statistical methods to the analysis of observed and simulated climate variability and change. |