Area of research interest: Organic synthesis, the design of novel synthetic processes
"I chose to come to Notre Dame because of the University's commitment to maintaining a reputation of excellence as a world-renowned research institution, as well as the level of quality in the undergraduate and graduate students who matriculate."
Area of research interest: Algebraic geometry, study of higher-dimensional geometric objects
“I was attracted to Notre Dame by the quality of the research. I am surrounded by very good mathematicians, and I look forward to collaborating with them.”
Area of research interest: Research focuses on the structure of the atomic nucleus and on phenomena which occur in quantum systems consisting of small numbers of particles
"Notre Dame was especially appealing as a place to come to, since it has a vibrant physics research community, with a long history in nuclear physics, and yet it also places a strong emphasis on undergraduate teaching. It therefore combines some of the best aspects of the research and liberal arts worlds."
Area of research interest: Theoretical particle physics
“I chose Notre Dame because of the good atmosphere I found when I visited, and also the quality of the High Energy group."
Area of research interest: discrete probability, combinatorics and graph theory
“I am excited to join the Notre Dame family. I am looking forward to the opportunities and challenges associated with working alongside a world-class research faculty, and an intellectually curious and socially aware student body.”
Area of research interest: Geometry
“I thought it was an exciting opportunity. In my area of research, it’s already a very strong department, and I think I can help make it even stronger.”
Robert A. Schulz
Area of research interest: Generate and study genetic models of human disease especially as they relate to abnormalities in heart, blood cell and muscle development.
“I look forward to the challenge of being an educator, scientist, and service contributor at the University of Notre Dame. It is my goal that over time, my contributions will be significant and increase the research profile of this already great university.”