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  • Wanless, James - Elementary Number Theory and Geometry.
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  • Weinan E - Professor of Applied Mathematics, Mathematical Physics, Princeton University. Multi-Scale Problems, Complex Energy Landscapes and Rare Events,Stochastic Differential Equations.
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  • Weinstein, Eric, Ph.D. - Harvard-University trained. Research in the areas managing risk in financial markets, gauge theory, and the effect of immigration on the scientific labor market. Many full-text papers; see "About" page for his full CV.
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  • Westphal, Chad - Mathematician at Wabash College. Research focus is on least-squares finite element methods.
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  • Winterhof, Arne - Johann Radon Institute for Computational and Applied Mathematics (RICAM), Austrian Academy of Sciences (ÖAW). Finite Fields, Number Theory, Coding Theory, Pseudorandom Numbers, Cryptology, Combinatorics.
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  • Wollbold, Johannes - Studies in theology, philosophy and mathematics, pedagocical experiences. Working in algebra, formal concept analysis, logics and systems biology (modelling of gene regulatory processes). Also interests in quantum theory, music (Bach, Webern, African drumming) and literature.
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