The following mathematics faculty are interested in becoming REU mentors. Browse their webpages to learn about their fields of study. Contact them to discuss your REU project proposal. They can also assist in narrowing down a research topic.
Fred Adler: Mathematical epidemiology, immunology and ecology
Sasha Balk: Applied Mathematics
Alla Borisyuk: Mathematical Biology, Neuroscience
Christopher Cashen: Geometry, Topology, Geometric Group Theory
Andrej Cherkaev: Optimization, Calculus of Variations
Elena Cherkaev: Applied Mathematics
David Dobson: Applied Mathematics
Yekaterina Epshteyn: Applied Mathematics, Computational Mathematics, Numerical Analysis
Stewart Ethier: Games of Chance, Prerequisite: ability to write a computer program.
Fernando Guevara Vasquez: Applied Mathematics, Inverse Problems
Davar Khoshnevisan: Probability & Statistics
Nick Korevaar: Differential Geometry
Y. P. Lee: Algebraic Geometry, Mathematical Physics
Wieslawa Niziol: Number Theory, Algebraic Geometry, & Discrete Math
Klaus Schmitt: Fractal Geometry, PDEs; Prerequesites: students have at least started the Calculus sequence
Domingo Toledo: Hyperbolic Geometry
Peter Trapa: Representation Theory, Discrete Math
Andrejs Treibergs: Differential Geometry, Geometric Analysis, or related areas (Graphics, Relativity, PDE) Prerequesites: MATH 4530, 3220, 2280, 4540, & MAPLE experience
Kevin Wortman: Topology
Jingyi Zhu: Applied Math & Math Finance
The following graduate students and instructors have expressed interest in co-mentoring REU projects in conjunction with a regular faculty member or postdoc. Again, contact them to discuss your REU project proposal.
Julian Chan: Abstract Albegra
Geoffrey Hunter: Mathematical Physiology, Markov Models, Cardiology