University of Louisville
Udayan Darji received his Ph.D. from Auburn University in 1991 under the supervision of Jack Brown. After completing a two year Post-Doctoral Fellowship at North Carolina State University, he accepted an Assistant Professorship at the University of Louisville. He was promoted to Full Professor in 2004 and continues his work at the University of Louisville.
Professor Darji has had visiting positions at Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam. February to July, 2008, Federico Secondo Universitá, Napoli, Italia. November to December, 2007, St. Andrews University, St. Andrews University, Scotland. September and October, 2007 and from November of 1999 to March of 2000 at the California Institute of Technology in Pasadena. From November of 2000 to May of 2001 Professor Darji was a resident Fulbright Research Scientist at Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest, Hungary.
His work has been recognized and grant supported by NWO (Nederland Science Foundations) to work on problems related to Erdöos space with Professor Jan Dijkstra of Vrije Universiteit, by a London Mathematical Society Scheme II grant to work with Dr. James Mitchell on transformation groups, by an Italian GNAMPA grant to teach a course on transformation groups to the PhD students and complete a project in dynamical systems in Naples, Italy and by a Research In Pairs Grant (joint with Marek Balcerzak), at the Oberwolfach Institute in Germany.
In addition, he has worked on numerous occasions for the Institute for Defense Analysis, Center for Communications Research (IDACCR) to work on communication problems for the Department of Defense.
Professor Darji has an extensive and wide ranging bibliography, publishing in set theory, topology, real analysis, dynamical systems, and algebraic structures.