Assistant Professor of Mathematics, analysis and geometry of non-smooth spaces and mappings
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Professor Wildrick's research focuses on the role of distance in mathematical analysis and geometry. A notion of distance, called a metric, encodes important information about the underlying mathematical object. He is particularly interested in using metrics to study spaces that may not be equipped with a familiar smooth or algebraic structure; fractals are important examples of such spaces. His work has appeared in Proceedings of the London Mathematical Society, Geometric and Functional Analysis, Transactions of the American Mathematical Society, and Mathematische Zeitschrift, among others.