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  • Gilliam, David, Ph.D. - Mathematics professor at Texas Tech University. Personal home page with recent research interests that focus on Burgers' equation with Neumann boundary conditions, geometric theory of output regulation, practical and semiglobal stabilization, and mathematical analysis of tornado dynamics. Curriculum vitae, personal photos.
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  • Glimm, James, Ph.D. - Department Chair and Distinguished Professor in the Department of Applied Mathematics and Statistics, State University of New York at Stony Brook. His work includes fundamental contributions to mathematics in physics and model design and validation. Curriculum Vitae, research interests, publication list.
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  • Goddard, Anthony - Specializes in adapting math models to computer programming. Features essays on various math topics and classical programming languages. Includes downloads for making ascii movies, using the mandelbrot set, and other dynamical systems. Also, has travel photos, a science fiction short story and poetry.
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  • Golz, William J., Ph.D. - Modeling and analysis of partial differential equations. Dr. Golz's work contributes to contaminant hydrogeology by furnishing an analytical solution to the convection-dispersion problem for a finite domain with Robin boundaries. CV, publications (many full-text PDF files), links to preprint servers.
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  • Gosson, Maurice de - Research mathematician's CV and list of publications as well as research interests including symplectic geometry, harmonic analysis in phase space, Weyl calculus, and the applications of these disciplines to quantum mechanics.
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