Drew Moshier,
Professor of Mathematics and Computer Science, has been at Chapman
University since 1994. His research interests include real
number computation, bitopolopgical spaces and their applications in
logic and information theory, and computational linguistics.

Full-time Faculty

Michael
Fahy, Professor of Mathematics and Computer Science, is
interested in computational methods for generalizing the Ore condition
to explore the structure of localizations of non-commutative
rings.

Peter
Jipsen, Professor of Mathematics, is an expert on
algebraic logic and ordered algebraic structures. He is particularly
interested in residuated lattices, including Linear logic algebras,
Basic Logic algebras, MV-algebras, lattice-ordered groups and relation
algebras, as well as lattices and semilattices with operators in
general.

Founding Members

Frederick K. Dashiell, Jr.,
Ph. D. in Mathematics, Visiting Scholar at UCLA. Dr. Dashiell
investigates areas in pointfree topology, lattice theory,
topological questions related to computer science, rings
of continuous functions, descriptive set theory, and Banach
space theory. The interplay between algebra and topology
remains a long time theme in his research.

Joanne Walters-Wayland,
Ph. D. in Mathematics.
Research interests include frames (locales), σ-frames,
Lindelöf frames and other aspect of point-free topology.

External Members

Rick Ball,
Professor of Mathematics, University of Denver

Bernhard
Banaschewski, Emeritus McKay Professor of Mathematics,
McMaster University, Canada. Current research involves (1) various
aspects of pointfree topology including compactification, essestial
completion, and rings of real- or integer-valued continuous functions,
(2) lattice-ordered groups and rings and their interaction with
pointfree topology, and (3) the realation of the Axiom of Choice and
the Prime Ideal Theorem to results in these areas.
List of publications.

Papiya
Bhattacharjee, Assistant Professor of Mathematics, Penn
State Erie, The Behrend College.

Achim
Jung, Professor of Theoretical Computer Science,
University of Birmingham, UK. His research interests include domain
theory, denotational semantics of programming languages, lambda
calculus, topology, cryptography, and Computer Science education.

Aleš Pultr, Professor of Mathematics, Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic.