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Ross Geoghegan

Professor Emeritus
Ph.D., 1970, Cornell University
At Binghamton since 1972

Areas of Interest: Topology, geometric group theory, fixed point theory, dynamics
Summary of research interests

Fax: (607) 777-2450

Here's a link to my personal web page.

  • Ph. D. Students:
    • Ulysses Alvarez, Spring, 2022
      Thesis: On the Topology of Corank 1 Tropical Phased Matroids (co-advisor Laura Anderson)
    • Keith Jones, Spring, 2010
      Thesis: Controlled Connectivity for Cocompact Isometric Actions on Simplicial Trees
    • Risto Atanasov, Summer, 2007
      Thesis: Groups of Geometric Dimension 2
    • Tom Klein, Spring, 2007
      Thesis: Filtered ends of pairs of groups
    • Nicholas Koban, Spring, 2004
      Thesis: Controlled Topology Invariants of Translation Actions
    • Dirk Schuetz, Spring, 2001
      Thesis: Torsion properties of the Novikov complex
    • Daniel Farley, Spring, 2000
      Thesis: Finiteness and CAT(0) Properties of Diagram Groups
    • Tom Plavchak, Fall, 1997
      Thesis: A Polyhedral Transversality Theorem For One-Parameter Fixed Point Theory
    • Francisco Fernandez-Lasheras, Fall, 1996
      Thesis: Fake surfaces, thickenings and cohomology of groups
    • Mile Krajcevski, January, 1995 (Co-advisor Craig Squier)
      Thesis: Tilings of the plane, and hyperbolic groups.
    • Michael Kelly, May, 1985
      Thesis: Minimizing the Number of Fixed Points for Self-Maps of Compact Surfaces
    • Donco Dimovski, Spring, 1983
      Thesis: Non-Simply Connected Casson Handles
    • Gary O'Brien, Spring, 1981
      Thesis: The Missing Boundary Problem for Smooth Manifolds of Dimension Greater Than or Equal to Six
    • Michael Mihalik, Spring, 1979
      Thesis: Ends of Fundamental Groups in Shape and Proper Homotopy

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