Faculty Profile (Math)

Robert Gilman

PROFESSOR
Building: Peirce
Room: 304
Phone: 201.216.5440
Fax: 201.216.8321
Email: rgilman@stevens.edu
Website
School:  Schaefer School of Engineering & Science
Department:  Mathematical Sciences
Program:  Mathematics
Research Center:  Algebraic Cryptography Center
Education
 A.B. Princeton University 1964
 Ph.D. Columbia University 1965
 M.E.(HC)
 Stevens Institute of Technology 1987
Institutional Service
  2009 - present   Director  Algebraic Cryptography Center
  2004 - 2009   Director  Department of Mathematical Sciences
  2000 - 2004   Associate Dean  School of Sciences and Arts
  1997 - 2000   Director   Department of Mathematical Sciences
Professional Service
Editorial board, Groups, Complexity and Cryptology, Heldermann-Verlag
Associate editor, Journal of Mathematical Cryptology, De Gruyter
Eastern Section Program Committee of the American Mathematical Society, 2007-2008, Chair 2008-2009
Founding member, editorial board, Algorithms and Computation in Mathematics, Springer Verlag, 2003-2005
Appointments
Visitor, Imperial College, London, Winter 2003
Visitor, City College of New York, 1999-2000
Research Professor, Mathematical Sciences Research Institute, Berkeley, Spring 1996
Visitor, Institut des Hautes Études Scientifiques, Bures-sur-Yvette, Fall 1995
Member, Institute for Advanced Study, 1991-1992
Visiting Professor, University of California at Santa Cruz, Winter 1986
Member, Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton, 1984-1985
Visiting Professor, Rutgers University, 1982-1983
Visiting Member, Courant Institute, New York University, 1971-1972
Selected Publications
Journals
  1. Dimitri Bormotov, Robert Gilman and Alexei Miasnikov. (2009). "Solving one-variable equations in free groups", Journal of Group Theory, Walter de Gruyter. 12 317-330.
  2. Robert Gilman, Yuri Gurevich and Alexei Mianikov. (2009). "A geometric zero-one law", Journal of Symbolic Logic, Association for Symbolic Logic. 74 929-938.
  3. Robert Gilman. (2002). "On the definition of word hyperbolic groups", Mathematische Zeitschrift, Springer Verlag. 242 529-541.
  4. Martin Bridson and Robert Gilman. (1996). "Formal languages and the geometry of 3-manifolds ", Commentarii Mathematici Helvetici, Springer Verlag. 71 525-555.