Ian R. GrahamProfessor Emeritus Mathematical and Computational Sciences
Professor Ian Graham grew up in Canada and studied Mathematics and Physics at the University of Toronto as an undergraduate. He received his Ph. D. in Mathematics from Princeton University in 1973. After a year at M.I.T. as a C. L. E. Moore Instructor, he returned to the University of Toronto as an Assistant Professor of Mathematics in 1974, with duties divided between the St. George campus and UofTM. He has spent research leaves at the University of California at Berkeley and Stanford University.
Professor Graham's research is in function-theoretic aspects of the theory of several complex variables, especially the generalization of results in geometric function theory in one variable to higher dimensions.
1. Ian Graham, Growth and covering theorems associated with the
Roper-Suffridge extentsion operator, Proc. Amer. Math. Soc. 127(1999),
2. Ian Graham and Gabriela Kohr, Univalent mappings associated with
the Roper-Suffridge extension operator, Journal d'Analyse Mathematique
3. Ian Graham, Hidetaka Hamada, and Gabriela Kohr, Parametric
representation of univalent mappings in several complex variables,
Canadian J. Math. 54(2002), 324-351.
4. Ian Graham, Gabriela Kohr and John A. Pfaltzgraff, The general
solution of the Loewner differential equation on the unit ball
in C^n, Contemporary Mathematics 382(2005), 191-203.
5. Ian Graham, Hidetaka Hamada and Gabriela Kohr, Radius problems
for holomorphic mappings of the unit ball in C^n, Mathematische
Nachrichten 279(2006), 1474-1490.
6. Joseph A. Cima, Ian Graham, Kang-Tae Kim, and Steven G. Krantz,
The Caratheodory-Cartan-Kaup-Wu theorem on an infinite-dimensional
Hilbert space, Nagoya Math. J. 185(2007), 17-30.
7. Ian Graham, Hidetaka Hamada, Gabriela Kohr, and Mirela Kohr,
Parametric representation and asymptotic starlikeness in C^n,
Proc. Amer. Math. Soc. 136(2008), 3963-3973.