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Elizabeth S. Allman
Professor of Mathematics
e.allman@alaska.edu
personal webpage
Research Interests: Phylogenetics, Modeling of sequence evolution, Algebraic Statistics, Applications of Computational Algebra
Select publications:
1. "Identifiability of parameters in latent structure models with many observed variables"
by Elizabeth S. Allman, Catherine Matias, and John A. Rhodes,
Annals of Statistics, 37 no. 6A (2009) 30993132.
2. "Trees, Fast and Accurate"
by Elizabeth S. Allman and John A. Rhodes,
Science, 327 (2010) 13341335.

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Sergei Avdonin
Professor of Mathematics
s.avdonin@alaska.edu
personal webpage
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Research Interests:
Control theory for partial differential equations,
Inverse problems of mathematical physics,
Nonharmonic Fourier series
Select publications:
1. "Families of Exponentials. The Method of Moments in Controllability
Problems for Distributed Parameter Systems"
by S.A. Avdonin and S.A. Ivanov,
Cambridge University Press, 1995, New York, London, Melbourne.
2. "Inverse problems for quantum trees"
by S. Avdonin and P. Kurasov,
Inverse Problems and Imaging, 2 no. 1 (2008) 121.

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Ron Barry
Professor of Statistics
rpbarry@alaska.edu
personal webpage
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Leah Wrenn Berman
Associate Professor of Mathematics
lwberman@alaska.edu
Research Interests:
Study of configurations of points and lines with high degrees of incidence and/or symmetry,
especially developing new construction techniques and examples; Study of abstract polytopes
and their monodromy groups, with an emphasis on polytopes that are symmetric but not too symmetric;
discrete geometry.
Select publications:
1. "Highly incident configurations with chiral symmetry"
by Leah Wrenn Berman and Jill Faudree,
Discrete and Computational Geometry, 49 no. 3 (2013) 671–694.
2. "Geometric constructions for 3configurations with nontrivial geometric symmetry"
by Leah Wrenn Berman,
The Electronic Journal of Combinatorics, 20 no. 3 (2013).

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Ed Bueler
Associate Professor of Mathematics (Applied)
elbueler@alaska.edu
personal webpage
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Jill Faudree
Associate Professor of Mathematics
jrfaudree@alaska.edu
personal webpage
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John Gimbel
Professor of Mathematics
jggimbel@alaska.edu
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David Maxwell
Associate Professor of Mathematics
damaxwell@alaska.edu
personal webpage
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Julie McIntyre
Professor of Statistics
jpmcintyre@alaska.edu
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John A. Rhodes
Professor of Mathematics
j.rhodes@alaska.edu
personal webpage
Research Interests: Phylogenetics, Modeling of sequence evolution, Algebraic Statistics, Tensor decompositions
Select publications:
1. "Tensor Rank, Invariants, Inequalities, and Applications," with E.S. Allman, P. Jarvis, and J. Sumner, SIAM Journal on Matrix Analysis and Applications, 34 no. 3, (2013) 10141045.
2. "Species tree inference by the STAR method, and generalizations," with E.S. Allman and J.H. Degnan, Journal of Computational Biology, 20 no. 1 (2013), 5061.

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Anthony Rickard
Professor of Mathematics Education
adrickard@alaska.edu
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Alexei Rybkin
Professor of Mathematics
arybkin@alaska.edu
personal webpage
Research Interests:
Soliton theory and mathematical physics
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Margaret Short
Associate Professor of Statistics
mshort18@alaska.edu
personal webpage
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Gordon Williams
Associate Professor of Mathematics
giwilliams@alaska.edu
personal webpage
Research Interests: Study of the symmetry and combinatorial structure of polyhedra,
convex polytopes and abstract polytopes, especially developing combinatorial representations
of polytopes through the use of regular covers of polytopes and their monodromy (or connection)
groups. Discrete geometry, mathematical art, and recreational mathematics.
Select publications:
1. "Minimal covers of the prisms and antiprisms," with M. Hartley, and D. Pellicer,
Discr. Math., 312 no. 20, (2012) 30463058.
2. "The Tomotope," with B. Monson, D. Pellicer,
Ars Math. Contemp., 5 (2012) 355–370.
