Lie Theory/Representation Theory
Research Interests  

Mahdi Asgari Associate Professor 
Ph.D., Purdue, 2000. Number Theory, Automorphic Forms, and Lfunctions. 

Professor

Ph.D., 1987, U. Nac. de Cordoba, Argentina. Representation theory of semisimple Lie groups and analysis on homogeneous spaces. 

Professor

B.S./M.S., U.C.L.A.; Ph.D., U.C.L.A., 1982. Interested in the representation theory of reductive groups and its various manifestions in theoretical physics (via quantization), combinatorics (via KahzdanLusztig theory), algebraic geometry (via associated varities), noncommutative algebra (via universal enveloping algebras), and computational mathematics (via the Atlas for Lie Groups program). 

Professor

B.Sc. (Hon), Australian National University, 1986; M.Sc., Oxford University, 1989; Ph.D., Oklahoma State, 1997. Representation Theory, Number Theory, and Invariant Theory. 

Edward Richmond Associate Professor 
B.A., Colgate University; Ph.D., University of North Carolina, 2008. Dr. Richmond's mathematical interests include algebraic geometry, algebraic combinatorics, Lie theory and representation theory. He is currently interested in anything related to flag varieties and Schubert varieties. 

Professor 
B.S., Trinity College; Ph.D., Berkeley, 1985. His areas of research include the representation theory of reductive Lie groups and the geometry of homogeneous spaces. 