Eric Allender, Rutgers CS (allender at cs.rutgers.edu): Computational complexity theory
Margaret Cozzens, DIMACS, Editor-in-Chief (midge6930 @ comcast.net): Discrete mathematical modeling, graph theory, game theory, mathematical psychology, network vulnerability, operations research, technology, mathematics and science education..
Nina Fefferman, DIMACS (feferman at Math.Princeton.EDU): Evolutionary Sociobiology, conservation medicine, epidemic preparedness, disease surveillance, behavioral epidemiology, dynamic social networks.
Mel Janowitz, DIMACS, (melj at dimax.rutgers.edu): Consensus theory, lattices, cluster analysis, pattern recognition, applications of algebra to the life and social sciences.
Paul Kantor, SCILS, (kantor at scils.rutgers.edu): Information retrieval and filtering systems and evaluation; security- related issues distributed detection and decision; quantum computation; the networked information environment and the value of information.
Fred Roberts, DIMACS (froberts at dimacs.rutgers.edu): Mathematical models in the social, behavioral, biological and environmental sciences and of problems of communications and transportation; graph theory; measurement theory; utility, decisionmaking, and social choice.
Mona Singh, Princeton University (msingh at cs.princeton.edu): computational molecular biology, as well as its interface with machine learning and algorithms.
Neil Sloane, AT&T Labs (njas at research.att.com): Mathematics; statistics.
Greg Sorkin, IBM Watson Labs (sorkin at watson.ibm.com): random structures, phase transitions, combinatorial optimization, and more generally graphs, combinatorics, and probability