Marsden Postdoctoral Fellows


Thematic
Program on CalabiYau Varieties: Arithmetic, Geometry and Physics
JulyDecember, 2013
Dr. Simon Rose
Simon received his PhD from the University of British Columbia
with advisor Jim Bryan. He is currently at Queen's University
in Kingston. 

Winter/Spring
2013 Thematic Program on Torsors, Nonassociative Algebras and
Cohomological Invariants
Dr. Anastasia Stavrova
Stavrova received her PhD in Mathematics from St. Petersburg
State University (Russia) in 2009. She has accepted the Jerrold
E. Marsden Postdoctoral Fellowship for the Torsors thematic
program beginning in January 2013. 

Fall
2012 Thematic Program on Forcing and its Application
Dr. Miguel Ángel Mota
Mota received his PhD in Mathematics from the University of
Barcelona in 2009. He is currently at the University of Toronto 

2012
(Winter/Spring) Thematic Program on Galois Representations
Dr. Shuichiro Takeda
Takeda received his PhD in Mathematics from the University
of Pennsylvania in 2006. He is currently an Assistant Professor
at the University of Missouri. 

2011
(Fall) Thematic Program on Discrete Geometry and Applications
Dr. Daniel Pellicer
Pellicer received his PhD in Mathematics from theUniversidad
Nacional Autónoma de México in 2007.


(Winter)
Thematic Program on Dynamics and Transport in Disordered Systems
Dr. Alex Grigo
Grigo received his PhD in Mathematics from Georgia Institute
of Technology in 2009. He is currently at the University of
Oklahoma. 

2010 (Fall) Thematic Program on Asymptotic Geometric Analysis
Dr. David Alonso
Alonso received his PhD in Mathematics from the Universidad
de Zaragoza. He is currently a PDF at the University of Alberta.


2010 (Winter/Spring)
Thematic Program on Quantitative Finance: Foundations and
Applications
Dr. KyoungKuk (Ken) Kim
Kim received his Ph.D in Mathematics from Columbia University
in 2008. He is currently an Assistant Professor in the Departmentof
Industrial and Systems Engineering at KAIST.


2009(Fall ) Thematic
Program on Foundations of Computational Mathematics
Dr. Pang Chin How Jeffrey
Jeffrey received his PhD in Mathematics from Cornell University
in 2009. He is currently an Applied Math Instructor at MIT. 

2009(Winter/Spring)
Thematic
Program on ominimal Structures and Real Analytic Geometry
Dr. Olivier Le Gal
Olivier received his PhD. in Mathematics from Rennes I in
2006. 

2008 (Fall) Thematic
Program on Arithmetic Geometry, Hyperbolic Geometry and Related
Topic
Dr. Matthew Dulock
Matthew received his PhD in Mathematics from the University
of Houston in 2008. He is currently a Lecturer at the University
of North Texas. 

Winter/Spring 2008
Thematic
Program on New Trends in Harmonic Analysis
Dr. Brett Wick
Brett received his PhD in 2005 from Brown University. He is
currently an Assistant Professor at Georgia Institute of Technology.


Fall 2007
Thematic
Program on Operator Algebras
Dr. Takeshi Katsura
Takeshi received his PhD in 2003 from the University of Tokyo.
He is currenly at the University of Copenhagen.


Winter/Spring 2007
Thematic
Program on Geometric Applications of Homotopy Theory
Dr. Aaron
Lauda
Aaron received his PhD (mathematics) in 2006 from Cambridge
University. He is currently an Assistant Professor at Columbia
University.


Fall 2006
Thematic
Program in Cryptography
Dr. Nicolas Thériault
Nicolas received his PhD (mathematics) in 2003 from the University
of Toronto. He is currently at the Universidad de Talca in
Chile.


Spring 2006, Thematic
Program on Holomorphic Dynamics, Laminations, and Hyperbolic
Geometry
Fall 2005, Renormalization
and Universality in Mathematics and Mathematical Physics
Dr. Roland Roeder
Roland received a Docteur de Mathematiques from the Universite
de Provence, AixMarseille in 2004 and a second Ph.D. (mathematics)
in 2005 from Cornell University. He currently is an Assistant
Professor at IUPUI in Indiana.


200405
Thematic
Program on The Geometry of String Theory
Dr. Richard Paul Horja
Richard Paul received his PhD (mathematics) in 1999 from Duke
University . He is currently an Assistant Professor in the
Department of Mathematics at Oklahoma State University.


200304
Thematic
Program on Partial Differential Equations
Dr. Andrei Biryuk
Andrei received his PhD in 2000 from HeriotWatt University
. He is currently apostdoctoral fellow in the Department of
Mathematics at Instituto Superior Técnico in Portugal.


2003
Thematic
Program on Automorphic Forms
Dr. Jens Funke
Jens received his PhD (mathematics) in 1999 from the University
of Maryland. He currently is an Assistant Professor in Mathematical
Sciences at New Mexico State University.
Jens began his postdoctoral fellowship at Fields in the Fall
of 2002 and stayed here until the end of the Winter/Spring
2003, Thematic
Program on Automorphic Forms
He is currently teaching mathematics at the University
of Durham.


200102
Thematic
Year on Numerical and Computational Challenges in Science
and Engineering
Dr. Greg Lewis
Greg received his PhD from the University of British Columbia
in 2000. He currently is an assistant professor of Mathematics
at the University of Ontario Institute of Technology.


200102
Thematic
Year on Numerical and Computational Challenges in Science
and Engineering
Dr. Alf Gerisch
Alf received his PhD from the University of HalleWittenberg
(Germany). He currently is currently on the Academic Council
at Technische Universität Darmstadt in Germany.


Winter/Spring 2001, Symplectic
Topology, Geometry, and Gauge Theory Program
Fall 2000, Infinite
Dimensional Lie Theory and its Applications
Dr. Miguel Abreu
Miguel received his PhD from Stanford University in 1996.
He currently is a professor of Mathematics at Instituto Superior
Técnico in Portugal.


Fall 1999,
Thematic
Program on Causal Interpretation and Identification of Conditional
Independence Structures 

1999 2000
Special
Year on Graph Theory and Combinatorial Optimization
Dr. Bertrand Guenin
Bertrand received his PhD from Tepper School of Business (formerly
GSIA) and Carnegie Mellon University in 1998. He currently
is an associate professor in the Department of Combinatorics
& Optimization at the University of Waterloo.


1999 2000,
Special Year on Graph Theory and Combinatorial Optimization
Dr. Petr Hlinený
Petr received two PhD s in mathematics from the Georgia
Institute of Technology and Charles University in 1999 and
2000 respectively. He currently is an Associate Professor
in Computer science at Masaryk University in Brno, Czech Republic.


199899,
Thematic Program in Probability and Its Applications
Dr. Siva Athreya
Siva received his PhD (mathematics) at the University of Washington.
He is currently an Associate Professor in the Stat math Unit
at the Indian Statistical Institute in Bangalore.


199798
Thematic
program on Microlocal Methods in Geometric Analysis and Mathematical
Physics
Thematic
Program on Complexity Theory 

199697
Thematic Program on Algebraic Model Theory
Dr. Byunghan Kim
Byunghan received his PhD from the University of Notre Dame
in 1996. He is currently an associate professor of Mathematics
at Yonsei University in South Korea.


199697,
Thematic Program on Singularity Theory and Geometry


199596,
Thematic Program on Mathematical Foundations of Long Range Aperiodic
Order (NATO Advanced Studies Institute)


199596,
Thematic Program on Homotopy Theory
Dr. Wojciech Chachólski
Wojciech received his PhD from the University of Notre Dame
in 1995. He is currently teaching at KTH Matematik in Sweden.
