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Jan H. Bruinier Department of Mathematics Technische Universität Darmstadt E-Mail: email@example.com Primary research areas: Number theory, automorphic forms, algebraic geometry.
Valentin Blomer Mathematisches Institut Universität Bonn firstname.lastname@example.org Primary research areas: Analytic number theory, automorphic forms
Frederick R. Cohen Department of Mathematics University of Rochester E-mail: email@example.com Primary research areas: Algebraic topology, applications of algebraic topology, homotopy theory, cohomology of groups.
Manfred Droste Institut für Informatik Universität Leipzig E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Primary research areas: Group theory, logic, ordered structures, automata theory.
Frank Duzaar Department Mathematik Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg E-mail: email@example.com Primary research areas: Non-linear partial differential equations, calculus of variations, geometric measure theory.
Siegfried Echterhoff Mathematisches Institut Universität Münster E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Primary research areas: Functional analysis, operator algebras, K-theory
Jan Frahm Department of Mathematics Aarhus University email@example.com Primary research areas: Lie theory, harmonic analysis, homogeneous spaces
Maria Gordina Department of Mathematics University of Connecticut E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Primary research areas: Probability theory and stochastic processes, global analysis, analysis on manifolds
Freydoon Shahidi Department of Mathematics Purdue University E-mail: email@example.com Primary research areas: Automorphic forms, group representations, number theory and arithmetic geometry.
Christopher D. Sogge Department of Mathematics Johns Hopkins University E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Primary research areas: Fourier analysis, partial differential equations.
Shigeharu Takayama Department of Mathematics University of Tokyo E-mail: email@example.com Primary research areas: Complex analysis and complex geometry
Anna Wienhard Mathematisches Institut Universität Heidelberg E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Primary research areas: differential geometry, geometric group theory.