David BorweinProfessor Emeritus
Research Interests / Specializations: My main area of research has been the summability theory of series and integrals, in the study of which I have used both classical and functional analysis. I have also considered problems in measure theory and probability theory, and have done some work in number theory and some on approximate subgradients and coderivatives.
Biography: Ph.D., D.Sc., University College London (1950, 1960)
Robert BryanProfessor Emeritus
Peter CassProfessor Emeritus
Research Interests / Specializations: My computational research interests include numerical methods for the solution of ordinary differential equations, symbolic and numerical methods for the solution of systems of polynomial equations, and other algebraic and analytical methods. My mathematical research interests include special functions (especially the Lambert W function) and dynamical systems. My application interests include flow-induced vibration and, more recently, mathematical models useful in biological or physiological systems.
Alexander DawesProfessor Emeritus
Seymour DitorProfessor Emeritus
Rick JardineProfessor Emeritus
Research Interests / Specializations: Homotopy theory and its applications, algebraic geometry, category theory
Paul MilnesProfessor Emeritus
Lex E. RennerProfessor Emeritus
Research Interests / Specializations: Algebraic groups and monoids, related combinatorics. Algebraic transformation groups, invariant theory. Standard canonical form for linear transformations over DVRs.