Adjunct and emeritus professors

NameContactResearch Interests
Brewster, Richard
Adjunct
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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
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Dejean's conjecture, Abelian patterns.
Hewgill, Denny
Emeritus
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Illner, Reinhard
Emeritus
Office: DTB A546
Mathematical physics, fluid dynamics, kinetic theory of gases, statistical mechanics, partial differential equations, industrial mathematics.
Leeming, David
Emeritus
Office: DTB A418a
Approximation theory, Euler and Bernoulli polynomials
Miller, Gary
Emeritus
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Moody, Robert
Adjunct
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Theory of Lie groups and Lie algebras, vertex operator representations, aperiodic order as manifested in quasicrystals.
Oellermann, Ortrud
Adjunct
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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
Office: DTB A546
Operator algebras, operator theory.
Reed, Bill
Emeritus
Office: DTB A418A
Mathematical bioeconomics, resource modelling, optimization models in fisheries and forestry, applied statistics in resource management and biology.
Sniatycki, Jedrzej
Adjunct
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Symplectic geometry; Differential Spaces; Hamiltonian mechanics; Non-holonomic constraints; Geometric quantization; Multisymplectic systems; Yang-Mills theory;
Srivastava, Hari M.
Emeritus
Office: 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
Sun, Zheng
Adjunct
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van den Driessche, Pauline
Emeritus
Office: 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.
Wu, Zheng
Adjunct
Office: COR A307
Demography, family, immigration, population health, applied statistics
Wyeth, Margaret
Emeritus
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Zwiers, Francis
Adjunct
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Application of statistical methods to the analysis of observed and simulated climate variability and change.