Professor Fox received his Ph.D. in mathematics from the
University of California Berkeley in 1983. His research in
pure mathematics has been in harmonic analysis, operator K-theory,
and non commutative differential geometry. He is currently
starting a new research project in computational neurobiology
with Robert Eaton EPOB. The project is to develop a computational
model of the Mauthner neuron that describes the dynamics of
the neuron at the molecular level. We are assembling a Beowulf
cluster of workstations with a computational capacity of approximately
500 gigaflops that will be dedicated to computationally intensive
problems in neuroscience. The research and the hardware is
being supported by the National Science Foundation and the
University of Colorado.
K homology and regular singular Dirac-Schrodinger operators
on Even Dimensional Manifolds (with P. Haskell), Pacific Journal
of Mathematics, vol 180, No. 2, 1997 pp 251-272.
Comparison of Perturbed Dirac Operators (with P. Haskell),
Proceedings of AMS, Volume 124, Number 5, May 1996, 1601-1608.
Index Theory for Perturbed Dirac Operators on Manifolds with
Conical Singularities (with P. Haskell), Proceedings of AMS,
Vol 123, Number 7, July 1995, 2265-2273.