# Mathematical Sciences Faculty

Asuman G. Aksoy, Ph.D.
Crown Professor of Mathematics and George R. Roberts Fellow
B.Sc., University of Ankara (Turkey); M.S., The Middle East Technical University; Ph.D., University of Michigan

**Teaching:**Analysis (I and II), Complex Analysis, Measure Theory, Linear Algebra, Differential Equations, Engineering Mathematics**Research:**Banach Space Theory, Measures of Non-compactness, s-numbers, Fixed Point Theory, Interpolation spaces, Orlicz and Modular spaces, Operator Theory, Hyperconvex spaces CV**Email:**aaksoy@cmc.edu**Phone:**(909) 607-2769
Sarah Cannon, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Mathematics

**Email:**scannon@cmc.edu**Phone:**(909) 607-1064
Lenny Fukshansky, Ph.D.
Professor of Mathematics
B.S., University of California, Los Angeles; Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin

**Teaching:**Abstract Algebra, Number Theory, Discrete Geometry, Linear Algebra**Research:**Number Theory, Discrete and Convex Geometry, Arithmetic Geometry CV**Email:**lenny@cmc.edu**Phone:**(909) 607-0014
Mark Huber, Ph.D.
Fletcher Jones Professor of Mathematics and Statistics and George R. Roberts Fellow
B.S., Harvey Mudd College; Ph.D., Cornell University.

**Teaching:**Statistics,Numerical Methods,Probability**Research:**Primary emphasis is on the design and analysis of new perfect sampling methods that draw variates exactly from high-dimensional target distributions.,Monte Carlo simulation and stochastic computation for statistical applications, approximation algorithms, and numerical integration. CV**Email:**mhuber@cmc.edu**Phone:**(909) 607-0938
Mike Izbicki, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Computer Science
US Naval Academy (BS),
Johns Hopkins (MS),
UC Riverside (PhD)

**Research:**I use machine learning to solve large scale social media problems, with a particular emphasis on better understanding non-English speaking communities. The mathematical techniques I use come from numerical optimization, computational geometry, and high dimensional statistics.**Email:**mizbicki@cmc.edu**Phone:**909-607-6351
Chiu-Yen Kao, Ph.D.
Professor of Mathematics
University of California, Los Angeles, 2004 Ph.D.

**Teaching:**Calculus, Linear Algebra, ODE, PDE, Numerical Analysis, Math Modeling, Mathematical Biology, and Image Processing.**Research:**Shape Optimization for Eigenvalue Problems, Numerical Methods for Hyperbolic Equations and Dispersive Equations, Mathematical Biology, Level Set Methods and its Applications, Numerical Analysis and Scientific Computing CV**Email:**ckao@cmc.edu**Phone:**(909) 607-1066
Sam Nelson, Ph.D.
Professor of Mathematics
Ph.D., Louisiana State University; M.S., Louisiana State University; B.S., University of Wyoming

**Teaching:**Calculus, Discrete Mathematics, Introductory Pure Mathematics, Linear algebra, Abstract algebra, Topology, Algebraic topology, Geometry**Research:**Low-dimensional topology, knot theory, algebraic topology CV**Email:**snelson@cmc.edu**Phone:**(909) 607-8979
Mike O'Neill, Ph.D.
Professor of Mathematics
B.A., Harvard University; Ph.D., University of California, Los Angeles

**Teaching:**Calculus, Linear Algebra, Differential Equations, Real and Complex Analysis, Functional Analysis, Probability, Statistical Inference, Stochastic Processes, Game Theory, Putnam Exam preparation**Research:**Geometric Function Theory, Harmonic Analysis, probabilistic methods CV**Email:**moneill@cmc.edu**Phone:**(909) 627-8336
Jeho Park, Ph.D.
Director of the Murty Sunak Quantitative and Computing Lab; Visiting Assistant Professor

**Teaching:**Quantitative and computational methods and tools; parallel computing; statistical computing; data science**Research:**High Performance Computing, Data Science, Machine Learning, CS Education**Email:**jeho.park@cmc.edu**Phone:**(909) 607-8526
Robert J. Valenza, Ph.D.
Dengler-Dykema Chair of Mathematics and the Humanities
B.A., M.A., M.Phil., Ph.D., Columbia University

**Teaching:**Humanities,Mathematics**Research:**the Shakespeare authorship question,Philosophy of mathematics and science,Metaphysics,Application of algebraic number theory to arithmetic algorithms CV**Email:**rvalenza@cmc.edu**Phone:**(909) 607-7371
Helen Wong, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Mathematics
BA, Pomona College.
PhD, Yale University.

**Research:**Low-dimensional topology, especially quantum invariants and their relationship with hyperbolic geometry. Applications of topology to molecular biology, to data analysis, and to quantum computation. CV**Email:**hwong@cmc.edu**Phone:**909-607-9922## Emeritus Faculty

**Research:**Matrix Theory,Development of Calculus,Differential Equations,Linear Algebra Using Graphing Calculators CV

**Email:**gbradley@cmc.edu

**Phone:**(909) 607-3259