Afiny Akdemir, MSc 2017, PhD candidate

Cameron Davies, MSc candidate

Joaquin Sanchez, expected PhD candidate

Beomjun Choi, Curvature Flows and Diffusions 2019-2022

Christian Ketterer, Metric Measure Geometry 2017-21

Clemens Saemann, Lorentzian Metric Measure Geometry 2019-2021

PhD

Najma Ahmad, PhD 2004 (Brown Physics), The Geometry of Shape Recognition Via the Monge-Kantorovich Optimal Transport Problem, Risk Manager at Deloitte

Shibing Chen, PhD 2013, Convex Solutions to the Power-of-mean Curvature Flow, Conformally Invariant Inequalities, and Regularity Issues in Some Applications of Optimal Transportation, 1000 Talents Junior Chair, University of Science and Technology of China

Rosemonde Lareau-Dussault, PhD 2018, Coupled Education and Labour Markets, Government Scientist

Justin Martel, PhD 2019, Applications of Optimal Transport to Algebraic Topology: A Method for Constructing Spines from Singularities

Daniel Mayost, PhD 2014, Applications of the Signed Distance Function to Surface Geometry, Capital specialist, Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions

Evan Miller, PhD 2019 The Navier-Stokes Strain Equation with Applications to Enstrophy Growth and Global Regularity

Brendan Pass, PhD 2011, Structural Results on Optimal Transportation Plans, Tenure track Assistant Professor at University of Alberta

Maria Sosio, PhD 2011 (Pavia Mathematics), Regularity for Transport and Nonlinear Diffusion Problems, Teacher

Kelvin Shuangjian Zhang, MSc 2013, PhD 2018 Existence, Uniqueness, Concavity and Geometry of the Monopolist's Problem Facing Consumers with Nonlinear Price Preferences, Postdoctoral Fellow at ENS Paris

MSc

Hira Abdul Ghani, MSc 2014 Numerical Aspects of Optimal Transport

Afiny Akdemir, MSc 2017, Partial regularity for optimal maps.

Alex Bloemendal, MSc 2006, Regularity for Maps of Bounded Compression, Senior Machine Learning Scientist, Broad Institute at Harvard University

Colin Decker, MSc 2010, When Do Systematic Gains Uniquely Determine the Number of Marriages Between Different Types ... ? PhD Candidate in Statistics at the University of Toronto

Steven Dejak, MSc 2001, Optimal Mass Transportation. PhD Toronto. VP Toronto Dominion Securities.

Gonzalo Garcia Alarcon Estrada, MSc 2018, On Generalizations of the Lorentzian Distance Function

Dorian Goldman, MSc 2008, Weak Lagrangian Solutions to a One-dimensional Model of the Moist Semi-geostrophic Equations, PhD NYU, Research Scientist at Lyft and Columbia University

Nathan Killoran, MSc 2007, Supports of Extremal Doubly and Triply Stochastic Measures , PhD Waterloo (Physics), Head of Software (Xanadu)

Alexander Kuznetsov, MSc 2009, On a Convex Optimization Problem of Pricing in Economics

Jiayong Li, MSc 2009, Smooth Optimal Transportation on Hyperbolic Space , PhD MIT, Bioinformatics Scientist at Curoverse, Inc

Kry Lui, MSc 2011, Thurston's Geometrization Conjecture, Machine Learning Researcher at Royal Bank of Canada's Borealis AI

BScH

Tim Capes, BScH 2002, Color Visualization of Optimal Mappings, Founding Member, Samsung Artificial Intelligence Lab Toronto, Samsung Electronics

Andrei Dranka, BASc 2017 Mean Field Games in Asset Price Coordination, Technology Consulting, Accenture

Karol Gregor, BScH 2000, Decay Rates in Kinetic Theory / Discontinuities of Optimal Maps; PhD Princeton (Physics), Google DeepMind

Mohammadreza Mohammadi, NSERC USRA 2011, Light Beam Refractor Design, MSc Toronto (Statistics). Risk Management, Scotiabank

Omar Rammo, NSERC USRA 2008, Who Marries Whom, and Why.

Aaron Smith, NSERC USRA 2006 Explicit Yamabe Flow of an Asymmetric Cigar PhD Stanford, Associate Professor at University of Ottawa

Maxim Trokhimtchouk, BScH 2004, Optimal partition of a large labor force into working pairs; PhD Berkeley, CEO and Founder: FeatureMine and Recurrent Dynamics

Boyang Wu, USRA 2017, Computing optimal multi- to one-dimensional transport; BScH 2018 U Toronto, MSc Candidate in Statistics, New York University

Marina Chugunova, 2011-12, Thin film equations; coating and rimming flows. Professor at Claremont Graduate University.

Codina Cotar, 2011-12. Electronic correlations in quantum mechanics. Lecturer at University College, London

Jochen Denzler, July - December, 2001. Fast diffusion to self-similarity, Tenured at University of Tennessee

Manuel Gnann, July - December 2014. Higher-order asymptotics of the thin film equation, Assistant Professor, Technical University of Delft

Xiaosong Kang, 2003-05. Nonlinear diffusion. Associate Professor at Wuhan University

Geogia Karali, January 2003-05. Droplet coarsening rates, Associate Professor at University of Crete

Yong-Jung Kim, 2003-04. Sharp decay rates for the fastest conservative diffusions, Professor at KAIST

Young-Heon Kim, 2006-08, Continuity, curvature, and the general covariance of optimal transport. Tenured at University of British Columbia

Jun Kitagawa 2013-2015, Free discontinuities in optimal transport. Tenure-track at Michigan State University

Jonathan Korman, 2011-12. Capacity-constrained optimal transport. Sessional lecturer, University of Toronto at Mississauga

Tongseok Lim, Spring 2019, Spring 2020. Isodiametry, variance, and regular simplices from particle interactions, Tenure-track at Purdue University's Krannert School of Management

Gregoir Loeper, October 2003-February 2004, Hoelder continuity of optimal mappings, Associate Professor at Monash University.

Cy Maor 2016-19, Elastic Materials and Defects, Assistant Professor at Hebrew University

Hamed Maroofi, 2002-04. Optimal transportation at hyperbolic infinity, Director, Quantitative Finance, Bank of America

Quentin Merigot July - November 2010, Principal-agent problems, Professor at University of Paris-Sud (Orsay)

Emanuel Milman , July 2009 - November 2010, Geometric Inequalities, Professor at the Technion

Amir Moradifam , 2010-12 Inverse problems and medical imaging, Tenure-track at University of California at Riverside

Adam Oberman, Summer 2002, Exact semigeostrophic flows in an elliptical ocean basin. Tenured at McGill University

Christian Seis, 2011-14, Nonlinear diffusions and capacity constrained transport. Professor in Muenster

Dejan Slepcev, 2002-04, Second-order asymptotics for the fast diffusion equation. Tenured at Carnegie Mellon University

Ben Stephens, 2006-09 Time asymptotics of fourth-order diffusions. ExtraHop Networks, Inc.

Professor Robert J. McCann, FRSC

Department of Mathematics,

University of Toronto, Bahen Centre

40 St George St Room 6290

Toronto, Ontario M5S 2E4

Office: (416) 978-4658

FAX: 978-4107

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