Faculty Advising Ph.D.s
Six faculty members are actively recruiting Ph.D students. Research expertise is in the broad areas of mathematical physics, control and inverse problems, geometry, and mathematical biology. For more detailed information, please see below, and visit the personal webpages.
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Elizabeth S. Allman Research Interests: Phylogenetics, Modeling of sequence evolution, Algebraic Statistics, Applications of Computational Algebra Select publications:

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Sergei Avdonin Research Interests: Control theory for partial differential equations, Inverse problems of mathematical physics, Nonharmonic Fourier series Select publications:

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Leah Wrenn Berman 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:

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John A. Rhodes Research Interests: Phylogenetics, Modeling of sequence evolution, Algebraic Statistics, Tensor decompositions Select publications:

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Alexei Rybkin Research Interests: Soliton theory and mathematical physics Select publications: 
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Gordon Williams 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:
