This is the second installment in the promised series of posts on OU faculty and their research. As we mentioned in our first post, part of being a faculty member is doing research and officially as much of their time is to be on research as on teaching!

Most mathematicians would agree that the most prestigious research journal in mathematics is the *Annals of Mathematics* (or just “the Annals” by people in the know). They’ve published such mathematical hits as Wiles’s proof of Fermat’s Last Theorem, Steven Smale’s proof of the Poincare Conjecture in dimensions five and higher, and a number of Einstein’s papers.

We’re pleased to say our own Dr. Christian Remling recently had a research article appear in the Annals. You can see it on their webpage here. Or, you can find a preprint version on Dr. Remling’s preprint page.

Dr. Remling is also founder and financial benefactor of the Christian Remling Millennium Prize Problems (only slightly less well known and lucrative than the Clay Millennium Prize Problems).

Dr. Remling in 1999

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