Stewart L. Baldwin
Professor and Calculus III Coordinator

Research Areas - Dynamical Systems - Topology

Office: Parker Hall 218C

Address:
Parker Hall 218C
Auburn, AL 36849-5319

Phone: (334) 844-6559
E-Mail: baldwsl@auburn.edu

Education

Ph.D., University of Colorado 1980
B.A., University of Colorado 1972


Professional Employment

Professor, Auburn University 1997 - present
Associate Professor, Auburn University 1989 - 1997
Assistant Professor, Auburn University 1981 - 1989
Visiting Assistant Professor, University of Iowa 1980 - 1981


Research and Teaching Interests

Topology (Set-Theoretic Topology, Continuum Theory), Dynamical Systems (Symbolic Dynamics, One-dimensional Dynamics, Complex Dynamics), Set Theory (Large Cardinals), Analysis (Descriptive Set Theory).



Selected Publications

  1. Julia sets and periodic kneading sequences, Journal of Fixed Point Theory and Applications 7 (2010), 201-222.
  2. Inverse limits of tentlike maps on trees, Fundamenta Mathematicae 207 (2010), 211-254.
  3. Continuous Itinerary Functions and Dendrites, Topology and its Applications 154 (2007), 2889-2938.
  4. An extension of Sarkovskii's Theorem to the n-od, Ergodic Theory and Dynamical Systems 11 (1991) 249-271.
  5. Generalizations of a Theorem of Sarkovskii on Orbits of continuous real-valued functions, Discrete Mathematics 67 (1987), 111-127.


Last updated: 06/23/2015