Richard Goldstein
Richard Goldstein is Professor of Mathematics at the University at
Albany. He is also Director of Graduate Studies.
His main area of research is combinatorial group theory and low
dimensional topology.
His
recent publications include:

"Tesselations of S2 and Equations Over Torsion Free Groups"(with A. Clifford)
Proc. of the Edinburgh Math. Soc.(1995)

"Foldings and Monomorphisms", Proc. of the Edinburgh Math. Soc. (1996)
His
most recent Ph.D. students (with dissertation title and current
affiliation) are:

Andrew Clifford, "Low Genus Surfaces and Combinatorial Group Theory"
(1994);
Assistant Professor, College of New Jersey

Laurie Lacey, "Astral Collision and a Theorem of Whitehead"(1994);
Assistant Professor, Schenectady County Community College

Michael Salpukas, "Spherical Diagrams and the Solutions of Equations over
Groups"(1997);
Mathematician, Raytheon Corporation
December 8, 1997