Graduate Faculty

Full graduate faculty

  • Eisso Atzema: Ph.D. Utrecht University, Netherlands, 1993, Lecturer. History of Mathematics, Geometry, Mathematics Education.
  • Thomas Bellsky: Ph.D. Michigan State, 2011, Assistant Professor. Dynamical systems, Data Assimilation, Weather and Climate Modeling.
  • David M. Bradley:  Ph.D. Illinois (Urbana), 1995. Associate Professor. Special Functions, Analysis, Difference Differential Equations, Number Theory.
  • Pushpa Guptapgupta@math.umaine.edu Ph.D. Wayne State University, 1970. Professor. Statistics, Biostatistics, Reliability Theory, Multivariate Analysis, and Modeling.
  • Ramesh Guptargupta@math.umaine.edu Ph.D. Wayne State University, 1970. Professor. Statistics, Biostatistics, Probability, Stochastic Processes, Reliability Theory, Mathematical Models.
  • David Hiebeler: Ph.D. Cornell University, 2001. Professor. Population Ecology.
  • André Khalil: Ph.D. Laval University, 2004. Associate Professor. Signal & Image Processing and Computational Modeling.
  • Andrew Knightly: Ph.D. University of California, Los Angeles, 2000. Associate Professor and Graduate Coordinator.  Number Theory.
  • Randy Lai: Ph.D. University of California, Davis, 2015. Assistant Professor.  Statistics, generalized fiducial inference, analysis of high dimensional and massive data, signal and image processing.
  • Sergey Lvin: Ph.D. University of Moscow, Russia, 1977. Lecturer.  Partial Differential Equations, Mathematics of medical imaging.
  • Nigel J. E. Pitt: Ph.D. Rutgers University, 1992. Professor and Chair.  Analytic Number Theory.
  • Natasha Speer:  Ph.D. University of California, Berkeley, 2001. Associate Professor. Mathematics Education.
  • Peter Stechlinski: Ph.D. University of Waterloo, 2014. Assistant Professor.  Dynamic modeling and simulation; control and optimization; mathematical biology.
  • Zheng Wei: Ph.D. University of New Mexico, 2015. Assistant Professor.  Statistics.
  • Benjamin Weiss: Ph.D. University of Michigan, 2011. Assistant Professor.  Number Theory.

Associate graduate faculty

  • Sougata Dhar: Ph.D. Northern Illinois University, 2017. Assistant Professor.  Applied mathematics (differential and difference equations, Non-linear boundary value problems, Mathematical inequalities).
  • Franziska Peterson: Ph.D. University of Wyoming, 2016. Assistant Professor. Mathematics Education.
  • Jerrod Smith: Ph.D. University of Toronto, 2017. Assistant Professor. Representation theory of p-adic groups.
  • Fan Zhou: Ph.D. Columbia University, 2013. Assistant Professor.  Number Theory.

Emeritus graduate faculty

  • William M. Snyder: snyder@math.umaine.edu Ph.D. University of Maryland, 1977. Professor Emeritus.  Number Theory.