Dr. Williams' academic career started in Complex Variables, in particular Univalent Function Theory. The Bieberbach conjecture was solved just when he graduated, but the problem on the exterior remains unsolved, to which he keeps up with the new results. Go
Dr. Gould's interests range from connections between Non-Local Dynamical Equations and Conservation Laws, to Critical Investigations of the Claims about “Global Warming/Climate Change/Global Climate Disruption”, and Symmetry in Science Education.
Dr. McDonald is an accelerator physicist who studies low-energy nuclear physics, particularly the reactions involved in solar fusion. He also has experience in radiation protection, K-12 science education, and the intersection of science and art. Go
Dr. Mohottala's interests include condensed matter experimental Physics with a focus on the local properties of highly correlated electron systems such as doped perovskite oxides, cuprates (high temperature superconductors), manganites and coboltates.