Duncan James Sands - Curriculum Vitae

Born: Jan 3 1969, England Nationalities: British & Australian

Family: Married, two children Languages: English & French (fluent)

PhD: June 1994, Cambridge U., England

Supervisor: Colin Sparrow (Cambridge)

Currently: Chargé de recherche, Equipe de topologie et dynamique, CNRS URA 1169

Education:

University of Western Australia

- BSc in Physics and Mathematics (1986-89); Honours (first class) in Mathematics (1989)

University of Cambridge

- PhD in dynamical systems theory (1990-94)

Ecole Normale Supérieure de Paris

- Doctoral student exchange (Oct 1992 - June 1993)

University of Amsterdam

- Doctoral student, under Prof. S. van Strien (Jan 1994 - Sep 1994)

Institut des Hautes Etudes Scientifiques (Oct 1994 - Mar 1995)

Université de Paris-XI (Orsay)

- Post-doctoral studies with Prof. A. Douady (1995-96)

SUNY Stony Brook

- Visiting Assistant Professor (1997-1998)

Teaching Experience:

Assistant Professor, SUNY Stony Brook (1997-98):

MAT402 ``Distribution theory'' (1998); Course coordinator, MAT125 ``Calculus A'' (1997);

MAT 123 ``Intro. to Calculus'' (1997); Member, Calculus Curriculum Committee

Professeur Assistant, Université de Paris-XI (Orsay) (1996); in two thesis committees

Dynamics course, University of Amsterdam (1994)

Tutor, Cambridge University (1991)

Teaching assistant & Residential tutor, University of Western Australia (1998-90)

Invited talks:

Warwick dynamics meeting, Jan 2001; Int. Conf. on Dynamical Systems, Rio, July 2000; AMS, Baltimore, Jan 1998; Int. Conf. on Dynamical Systems, Rio, Aug 1997; AMS/Benelux meeting, Antwerp, May 1996; Finite Dimensional Dynamics Workshop, Newton Institute, Cambridge, July 1995; Ergodic Theory on Riemannian Manifolds Workshop, Warwick, July 1995; Banach Center Symposium, Warsaw, June 1995; Boston U.; Cambridge U.; City U. of New York; Cornell U.; Ecole Normale Supérieure de Lyon; Pennsylvania State (College Park); State U. of New York (Stony Brook); Technical U. of Delft; U. of Paris-XI (Orsay); U. of Western Australia; Warwick U.; Warsaw U.; Yale

Duncan Sands - Publications

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