Ph. D. STUDENTS ERICH W. ELLERS
Ph. D. STUDENTS
ERICH W. ELLERS
- Peter C. Austin
Products of involutions in Chevalley groups
University of Toronto, February 1997
Thesis title: Products of involutions in the Chevalley groups of type
Present position: Associate Scientist at the
Institute for Clinical Evaluative Sciences, North York, Ontario,
- A geometric proof of the bireflectionality of the Weyl group of type
. J. Geometry 60 (1997) 1-6.
- Products of involutions in the groups of Lie type
. Comm. Algebra 27 (1999) no. 2, 557-575.
- Products of involutions in the finite Chevalley groups of type . (with E.W.Ellers) Comm. Algebra
and Lecturer, Department of Public Health Sciences, Faculty of Medicine,
University of Toronto
- Catherine Stanley-Albarda
Factorization of matrices over rings
University of Toronto, February 1995
Thesis title: The decomposition of automorphisms of modules over rings
A comparison of length definitions for maps of modules over local rings.
J. Geometry 53 (1995) 191-200.
Present position: Lecturer, Acadia University, Wolfville,
- Br. L. Raphael Patton, FSC
Characterizations of unitary groups
University of Toronto,Spring 1977
Thesis title: Characterizations by length in generators of unitary groups over a skewfield with characteristic not two
Zur Geschichte der Erzeugung von Bewegungsgruppen. (with E. W. Ellers) Mitt. Math. Gesellschaft Hamburg 10 2 (1973) 109-223.
Present position: Professor, St.Mary's College of California
- Georg Günther
Characterization of orthogonal groups
University of Toronto 1974
Thesis title: A geometric characterization of finite-dimensional
orthogonal groups for characteristic 2
Present position:Professor, Memorial University of Newfoundland,
- A geometric characterization of orthogonal groups for characteristic 2.Geometriae Dedicata5 (1976), no. 3, 321-346.
- Singular isometries in orthogonal groups.Canad. Math. Bull. 20 (1977), no. 2, 189-198.
- Defining relations in orthogonal groups of characteristic two.(with W. Nolte) Canad. J. Math.31 (1979), no. 6, 1217-1246.
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