# Contemporary mathematicians
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- Polish-American professor of mathematicis at Auburn University in Alabama; areas of research include dynamical systems, topology, and discrete geometry
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- Oberwolfach Photo Collection

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- Keeler Professor of Mathematics at the University of Michigan, specializes in commutative algebra and algebraic geometry
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- University of Michigan Department of Mathematics

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- Arts & Sciences Distinguished Professor of mathematics at Emory University, known for her research in the field of algebra
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- Alchetron, the Free Social Encyclopedia

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- Distinguished Professor of Mathematics and Computer Science, UC San Diego; holds the Paul Erdos Chair in Combinatorics; particular fields of study include random graphs, spectral graph theory, and extremal graph theory
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- UC San Diego Mathematics Department

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- Israeli-American Professor of Mathematics at Princeton University, Program in Applied and Computational Mathematics; areas of research include structural graph theory and combinatorics
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- photo: Anthony Bonato

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- Professor of Statistics, North Carolina State University; fields of expertise include Cheminformatics, Ontology-Guided Analysis, Spatial Modeling, and Drug Discovery; 2014 winner of the Blackwell-Tapia prize
Applied statistics
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- North Carolina State University Statistics Department

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- Helen Lyttle Kimmel '42 Professor of Mathematics at Barnard College; contributor to the development of the field of symplectic geometry and topology
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- Centre International de Rencontres MathÃ©matique

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- Professor, Department of Mathematics, University of Michigan; specialist in field of mathematical oncology, using mathematical modeling and quantitative analysis to explore therapeutic outcomes for cancers on a molecular level
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- University of Michigan Department of Mathematics

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- Eugene Higgins Professor of Mathematics at Princeton University; expertise in mathematical analysis, including aspects of harmonic analysis, partial differential equations, and differential geometry
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- Princeton Department of Mathematics

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- Mexican mathematical biologist who specializes in the topology of DNA; professor at UC Davis in the departments of mathematics and microbiology / molecular genetics
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- UC Davis College of Letters and Science