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Constanze Liaw

Ph.D. in Mathematics, Brown University, 2009 (Advisor: S. Treil)
M.Sc. in Applied Mathematics, Brown University, 2006
Dipl. Math. in Pure Mathematics, Universität Stuttgart in Germany, 2004 (Advisor: T. Weidl)

Dr. Liaw grew up near Stuttgart (Germany) where she also completed her undergraduate degree with a major in mathematics and a minor in physics. During her undergraduate studies she spent the academic year 2001-02 in Limerick (Ireland) as part of the Erasmus exchange program. In 2004 she came to the United States for her graduate studies at Brown University. Dr. Liaw left the East Coast for a three-year Visiting Assistant Professorship (postdoc) at Texas A&M University and joined the Baylor faculty in the Fall of 2012.

Together with her husband, Joe Kuehl, she has two wonderful children: Joanna (2006) and Calvin (2010). Dr. Liaw likes to learn and teach new, interesting things every day. She plays table tennis and loves downhill skiing.

Research Interests:
Harmonic and Complex Analysis, Spectral Theory, Functional Models and Mathematical Physics.

Grants and Research Awards:
NSF DMS-1101477 Analysis grant as PI: Complex and Harmonic Analysis; Cyclic and Subcyclic vectors of Rank One Perturbations and Anderson-type Hamiltonians

NSF DMS-1101551 conference grant as Co-PI: Waves and Spectra

AMS travel grant supported by NSF to attend ICM 2010, Hyderabad, India

Teaching Award:
Department of Mathematics Outstanding Teaching Award, Brown University, May 2009

Recent Publications:
Click here (link to personal publication webpage)