
Robert Thijs Kozma is currently a PhD mathematics student at SUNY Stony Brook. He received his BA in Pure and Applied Mathematics summa cum laude with distinction from Boston University (BU) in 2010. Robert's mathematical interests include nonlinear dynamical systems, holomorphic dynamics, differential equations, and hyperbolic geometry. Robert is involved research in complex dynamics. He worked under the supervision of Professor Robert L. Devaney at BU, where he received the Robert E. Bruce Prize for Excellence in Mathematics, and the Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program Award (UROP). In addition to pure mathematics, Robert worked on projects related to biologically inspired learning algorithms at the Department of Cognitive Neural Systems, Boston University, where he was funded by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) and NSF.

