# Craig Guilbault

## Professor

** Graduate Program Coordinator
Office:** EMS E471

**Phone:**(414) 229-4568

**E-mail:**craigg@uwm.edu

**Web:**https://pantherfile.uwm.edu/craigg/www

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

### Publications

Guilbault, Craig R., and Mooney, C. P. “Boundaries of Croke–Kleiner-admissible groups and equivariant cell-like equivalence.”

*Journal of Topology*7. (2014): 849-868.Guilbault, Craig R. “Weak Z-structures for some classes of groups.”

*Algebraic & Geometric Topology*14. (2014): 1123-1152.Geoghegan, R., and Guilbault, Craig R. “Topological properties of spaces admitting free group actions.”

*Journal of Topology*5. (2012): 249-275.Guilbault, Craig R. “A solution to de Groot's absolute cone conjecture.”

*Topology*46. (2007): 89-102.Guilbault, Craig R., and Tinsley, F. C. “Manifolds with non-stable fundamental groups at infinity, III.”

*Geometry & Topology*10. (2006): 541-556.Guilbault, Craig R., and Tinsley, F. “Manifolds with non-stable fundamental groups at infinity, II.”

*Geometry & Topology*7. (2003): 255-286.Guilbault, Craig R. “A non-Z-compactifiable polyhedron whose product with the Hilbert cube is Z-compactifiable.”

*Fund. Math.*168. (2001): 165-197.Guilbault, Craig R. “Manifolds with non-stable fundamental groups at infinity.”

*Geometry & Topology*4. (2000): 537-579.Ancel, Fredric D., and Guilbault, Craig R. “Z-compactifications of open manifolds.”

*Topology*38. (1999): 1265-1280.Guilbault, Craig R., and Ancel, Fredric D. “Interiors of compact contractible n-manifolds are hyperbolic(n ≥ 5).”

*J. Differential Geometry*45. (1997): 1-32.Guilbault, Craig R. “Some compact contractible manifolds containing disjoint spines.”

*Topology*34. (1995): 99-108.For more information visit my site, https://pantherfile.uwm.edu/craigg/www