AARMS Postdoctoral Fellowship Support Program
The AARMS postdoctoral fellowship competition will open for applications on November 12, 2012. All applications must be made through our Online Services system.
First, please consult the Rules.
2013 Postdoctoral Fellowship Awards
- Douglas Stones received his PhD (2010) in Pure Mathematics from Monash University, Melbourne, Australia. He is currently working at Dalhousie University together with Prof. Jeannette Janssen on graphs, including both theoretical and real-world research.
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Other Current AARMS Postdoctoral Fellows
- Rogers Mathew received his Master of Engg. degree (2007) and PhD(2012) in Computer Science from the Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India. He is currently working as an ARMS PDF at the University of Dalhousie under the supervision of Prof. Jeannette Janssen. His research interests are in graph theory and combinatorics.
- Charles Paquette received his Ph.D. in 2010 at the Université de Sherbrooke, Quebec, Canada. As an AARMS postdoctoral fellow, he is working at the University of New Brunswick under the supervision of Drs Hugh Thomas and Eddy Campbell. His research interests focus on representation theory of associative algebras. His last projects dealt with Auslander-Reiten theory, representation theory of infinite quivers, homological conjectures and semi-invariants of quivers. Website: www.math.unb.ca/~charles/
- Hongying Shu received her PhD from Harbin Institute of Technology (China) in 2010. She is working as an AARMS PDF at the University of New Brunswick under the supervision of Lin Wang and James Watmough. Her current research focuses on modeling, analysis and simulations of models in biology, epidemiology, immune system, and gene and neural networks.
- Ryan Tifenbach received his PhD from the Hamilton Institute, National University of Ireland, Maynooth, under the supervision of Steve Kirkland. He is working with Danny Dyer at the Memorial University of Newfoundland as an AARMS Postdoctoral Fellow. He received his masters degree from the University of Regina in 2008. His research interests include combinatorics and linear algebra, with a special focus on eigenvalues and graphs.
- Francis Valiquette obtained his Ph.D. in 2009 from the University of Minnesota and from 2009-11 he was an NSERC of Canada Postdoctoral Fellow at McGill University. As an AARMS PDF he is working under the guidance of Professor Robert Milson at Dalhousie University. His current research deals with the theory and applications of transformation groups and their invariants to problems coming from geometry and mathematical physics.
Past Postdoctoral Fellows
- Evgeny Chibrikov, Memorial 2009-11
- Alin Ciuperca, UNB 2009-11
- Kia Dalili, Dalhousie 2005-07
- Mahya Ghandehari, Dalhousie 2010-12
- Alexei Gordienko, Memorial 2010-12
- Thomas Guedenon, Mount Allison 2003-05
- Rebecca Hammond, Acadia 2007-09
- Sigbjorn Hervik, Dalhousie 2005-06
- Daniel Horsley, Memorial 2008-10
- Golam Hossain, University of New Brunswick 2008-10
- Tobey Kenney, Dalhousie 2006-08
- Dawood Kothawala, University of New Brunswick 2010-12
- Peter LeFanu Lumsdaine, Dalhousie 2010-12
- Rui Peng, Memorial 2010-12
- Michael A. Warren, Dalhousie 2010-11
- Ping Wong Ng, University of New Brunswick 2003-05
- Oliver Winkler, University of New Brunswick 2004-06
- Dansheng Yu, Saint Francis Xavier 2006-08
Papers by AARMS Postdoctoral Fellows can be accessed in the document server in our Online Services page.