# Arlie O Petters

## Benjamin Powell Professor

## Details

** Gravitational Lensing and Black Holes
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(2016)

** An Introduction to Mathematical Finance: Understanding and Building Financial Intuition
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(2015)

** Lensing by Kerr Black Holes. II. Analytical Study of Quasi-Equatorial Lensing Observables
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(2011)

** Lensing by Kerr Black Holes. I. General Lens Equation and Magnification Formula
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J. Math. Phys.
(2011)

** Orbifolds, the A, D, E Family of Caustic Singularities, and Gravitational Lensing
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J. Math. Physics
(2011)

** Mathematics of Gravitational Lensing: Multiple Imaging and Magnification
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Gen. Rel. and Grav., Special Issue on Gravitational Lensing
(2010)

** A Universal Magnification Theorem III. Caustics Beyond Codimension Five
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J. Math. Physics
(2010)

** A Universal Magnification Theorem II. Generic Caustics up to Codimension Five
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J. Math. Physics
(2009)

** A Mathematical Theory of Stochastic Microlensing I. Random Time Delay Functions and Lensing Maps
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J. Math. Physics
(2009)

** A Universal Magnification Theorem for Higher-Order Caustic Singularities
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J. Math. Phys.
(2009)

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** Testing Theories of Gravity with Black Hole Lensing
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In Proceedings of the Ninth Marcel Grossmann Meeting on General Relativity, ed. R. Ruffini edited by . Summer, 2006; : .

**2012**Grand Marshal, 2012 Central American Parade in L.A., received certificate of recognition from the mayor of L.A.

**2011**Caribbean American Heritage Award for Excellence in Science and Technology

**2011**Robert L. Clark Award for Scientific Achievement

**2010**Chairman, Belize Prime Minister's Council of Science Advisers

**2008**Honorary Doctor of Science, Hunter College of City University of New York

**2008**Named by the Queen of England to Membership in the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire

**2007**Award for Service to the Educational Development of Belize, Belizean organization, Friends in Support of the Diocese of Belize, New York

**2006**Portrait Inductee, National Academy of Sciences' Portrait Gallery of Distinguished African-American Scientists, National Academy of Sciences

**2004**Mathematical Innovations Grant Award, National Science Foundation

**2003**Martin Luther King, Jr. Visiting Professor of Physics, MIT

**2002**Blackwell-Tapia Prize in Mathematics, Cornell University and the Mathematical Sciences Research Institute

**1999**Hall of Fame inductee - Hunter College, C.U.N.Y., Hunter College, CUNY

**1998**Alfred P. Sloan Research Fellowship Award, Alfred P. Sloan Foundation

**1998**Bass Fellow, Society of Bass Fellows, Duke University

**1998**Faculty Early Career Grant Award, Nation Science Foundation

**1996**Belizeans in Solidarity Award for Outstanding Academic Achievement, Belizean Organization, New York

**1992**Sigma Xi, MIT

**1986**Bell Laboratories Cooperative Fellowship Award, Bell Laboratories