Craig Guilbault


Graduate Program Coordinator
EMS E471
Phone: (414) 229-4568
Craig Guilbault's Vitae

Educational Degrees

Ph.D. University of Tennessee, Knoxville, 1988
B.S. magna cum laude, Northland College, Ashland, Wisconsin, 1982

Research Interests

  • Geometric Topology

Selected Service and Projects

  • Co-organizer of Topology Seminar
  • Co-organizer of 2008 Spring Topology and Dynamics Conference
  • Co-organizer of 2009 Annual Workshop in Geometric Topology


Guilbault, Craig R., and Mooney, C. P.“Cell-like equivalences for boundaries of certain CAT (0) groups.” Geometriae Dedicata 160. Geometriae Dedicata. (2012): 26.
Geoghegan, R., and Guilbault, Craig R.“Topological properties of spaces admitting free group actions.” Journal of Topology Advance Access published March 12, 2012. London Mathematical Society. (2012): 27.
Guilbault, Craig R.“A solution to de Groot's absolute cone conjecture.” Topology 46. Topology. (2007): 89-102.
Guilbault, Craig R., and Tinsley, F.“Manifolds with non-stable fundamental groups at infinity, III.” Geometry and Topology 10. Geometry and Topology. (2006): 541-556.
Guilbault, Craig R., and Tinsley, F.“Manifolds with non-stable fundamental groups at infinity, II.” Geometry and Topology 7. Geometry and Topology. (2003): 255-286.
Guilbault, Craig R.“A non-Z-compactifiable polyhedron whose product with the Hilbert cube is Z-compactifiable.” Fund. Math. 168. Fund. Math. (2001): 165-197.
Guilbault, Craig R.“Manifolds with non-stable fundamental groups at infinity.” Geometry and Topology 4. Geometry and Topology. (2000): 537-579.
Ancel, Fredric D., and Guilbault, Craig R.“Z-compactifications of open manifolds.” Topology 38. Topology. (1999): 1265-1280.
Guilbault, Craig R., and Ancel, Fredric D.“Interiors of compact contractible n-manifolds are hyperbolic(n ≥ 5).” J. Differential Geometry 45. J. Differential Geometry. (1997): 1-32.
Guilbault, Craig R.“Some compact contractible manifolds containing disjoint spines.” Topology 34. Topology. (1995): 99-108.

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