Following is a list of research interests of faculty members of the Rutgers University Mathematics Department, including emeriti, distinguished visitors, and associated researchers. This is followed by a list of Rutgers faculty in other departments or units who are either Associate Members of the Department of Mathematics or members of the Graduate Faculty in Mathematics.
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- Abbas Bahri - variational problems in nonlinear analysis and geometry
- Tadeusz Balaban - mathematical physics
- Jose Barros-Neto (Emeritus) - functional analysis, partial differential equations
- R. Michael Beals - harmonic analysis, Fourier integral operators, partial differential equations
- József Beck - combinatorics, analysis
- Haïm Brezis - nonlinear analysis
- Felix Browder - nonlinear functional analysis, partial differential equations
- Anders Buch - algebraic geometry and combinatorics
- Richard Bumby (Emeritus) - number theory
- Terence Butler - differential equations
- Lisa Carbone - algebra, geometric group theory, discrete groups, group actions, combinatorics for problems in algebra, Kac-Moody groups
- Eric Carlen - analysis, mathematical physics
- Enriqueta Carrington - Lie groups, representation theory
- Maria Carvalho - mathematical physics
- Sagun Chanillo - classical analysis, partial differential equations
- Gregory Cherlin - logic, model theory, model theoretic algebra
- Amy Cohen - partial differential equations, inverse scattering, Korteweg-de Vries equation
- Richard M. Cohn (Emeritus) - differential algebra
- Adrien Deloro - model theory, group theory
- Joanne Elliott (Emeritus) - potential theory
- Richard Falk - numerical analysis, partial differential equations
- Paul Feehan - topology of 4-manifolds, differential geometry, PDE, mathematical finance
- Steven Ferry - geometric topology, surgery theory, coarse geometry
- Giovanni Gallavotti - mathematical physics
- Semën Gindikin - theory of representations, integral geometry, several complex variables
- Sheldon Goldstein - foundations of quantum mechanics, Bohmian mechanics, nonlocality
- Roe Goodman - representation theory and analysis on Lie groups
- Stephen Greenfield (Emeritus) - linear partial differential equations, several complex variables
- András Hajnal (Emeritus) - logic
- Zheng-Chao Han - nonlinear analysis, partial differential equations
- William Hoyt (Emeritus) - algebraic geometry, elliptic surfaces, modular forms
- Xiaojun Huang - complex analysis and Cauchy-Riemann geometry
- Yi-Zhi Huang - infinite-dimensional Lie algebras, vertex operator algebras, conformal field theory
- Henryk Iwaniec - analytic number theory
- Jeffry N. Kahn - discrete mathematics and related areas
- Michael Kiessling - mathematical physics, statistical mechanics, nonlinear partial differential equations
- János Komlós - discrete mathematics, probability
- Antoni Kosinski (Emeritus) - differential topology
- Antti Kupiainen - mathematical physics
- Peter Landweber (Emeritus) - algebraic topology, bordism theory, generalized homology theory
- Joel Lebowitz - mathematical physics and statistical mechanics
- James Lepowsky - Lie theory, representation theory, mathematics related to string theory
- Yanyan Li - nonlinear analysis, partial differential equations
- Feng Luo - low dimensional topology, geometric structures on manifolds
- Richard Lyons - finite group theory
- Juan Pablo Mejia Ramos - mathematics education
- Stephen D. Miller - automorphic forms, L-functions, analytic number theory
- Konstantin Mischaikow - dynamical systems, mathematical biology, computational topology
- Benjamin Muckenhoupt - harmonic analysis, weighted norm inequalities
- Roger Nussbaum - nonlinear functional analysis
- Daniel Ocone - stochastics processes, stochastic control, filtering
- Michael O'Nan - permutation groups, simple groups
- Barbara Osofsky (Emeritus) - ring theory, homological algebra
- Ted Petrie - algebraic and differential topology, transformation groups, algebraic group actions, equivariant surgery, financial mathematics
- Walter Petryshyn (Emeritus) - nonlinear functional analysis, numerical functional analysis
- Vladimir Retakh - algebra, algebraic aspects of analysis
- Fred Roberts - applications of discrete mathematics, graph theory, decision making, measurement theory
- Alexander Rokhlenko - mathematical physics
- Xiaochun Rong - Riemannian geometry
- Joseph Rosenstein - logic, linear orderings, recursive model theory
- Siddhartha Sahi - harmonic analysis on reductive Lie groups
- Michael Saks - theory of computation, extremal set theory, partially ordered sets, graph theory
- Jane Cronin Scanlon (Emeritus) - qualitative theory of ordinary differential equations, biomathematics
- Vladimir Scheffer - geometric measure theory, partial differential equations
- Saharon Shelah - logic, model theory
- Vladimir Shtelen - symmetry analysis, nonlinear mathematical physics
- Charles Sims (Emeritus) - computational group theory and algebraic algorithms
- Avraham Soffer - mathematical physics, partial differential equations, scattering theory
- Sara Soffer - discrete mathematics, graph theory, real networks
- Jian Song - complex geometry
- Eduardo Sontag - system and control theory
- Eugene Speer - mathematical physics
- Héctor Sussmann - system and control theory
- Earl Taft - Hopf algebras
- A. Shadi Tahvildar-Zadeh - partial differential equations, geometric field theories
- Jean Taylor (Emeritus) - geometric measure theory, theory of crystal growth
- Simon Thomas - set theory, model theory, group theory
- François Treves (Emeritus) - functional analysis, linear partial differential equations, several complex variables
- Roderich Tumulka - foundations of physics, Bohmian mechanics
- Jerrold Tunnell - number theory, automorphic forms
- Wolmer Vasconcelos (Emeritus) - commutative algebra, computational algebra
- Michael Vogelius - numerical analysis, partial differential equations
- Charles Weibel - algebraic K-theory, homological algebra, algebraic geometry, algebraic topology, category theory
- Michael Weingart - representation theory
- Richard Wheeden - harmonic analysis, harmonic functions, weighted norm inequalities
- Robert Wilson - Lie algebras
- Christopher Woodward - symplectic geometry, gauge theory, mathematical physics
- Doron Zeilberger - algebraic and enumerative combinatorics; experimental mathematics
- Minxian Zhu - vertex operator algebras
- Hyman Zimmerberg (Emeritus) - boundary value problems
Associate Members of the Department of Mathematics and
Members of the Graduate Faculty in Mathematics from Other Departments
- Adi Ben-Israel - matrix theory, numerical linear algebra, optimization, operations research, mathematical economics
- Bernard Coleman - continuum mechanics, analysis
- Gerald Goldin - theoretical physics, infinite dimensional Lie algebras, mathematics education
- Richard Gundy - Wavelets and time-frequency analysis; probability theory
- Endre Szemerédi - theoretical computer science, combinatorics, number theory, graph theory