Andrew M. Bruckner 
Biographical Information: Andrew Bruckner received his PhD from UCLA under the direction of John Green in 1959. That year he joined the Mathematics faculty at the University of California, Santa Barbara (UCSB). He is the author or coauthor of four books and has numerous publications in mathematical journals. Most of his publications are in subareas of Real Analysis. Several are in other areas. He has given invited lectures at numerous conferences. He has also given colloquia and series of lectures at many universities. He retired from UCSB in 1994 and has continued writing articles and books.

Judith B. Bruckner
Biographical Information: Judy Bruckner received her PhD in Mathematics from UCLA under the direction of Leo Sario in 1960. Since then she has worked in the areas of pattern recognition, computer operating systems and applications. She has published papers in real analysis, convexity theory, pattern recognition and learning theory, and is coauthor of
three books. She has given several talks at conferences and been a parttime lecturer at UCSB and Purdue University. She is the holder of two patents.




Biographical Information: BRIAN S. THOMSON received his undergraduate education at the University of Toronto and his graduate degrees at the University of Waterloo. His first academic position was in Waterloo, following which he movedin 1968 to Simon Fraser University where he remains, now as Professor Emeritus. His research interest is in classical real analysis and he is a coauthor of two real analysis textbooks, and an author of numerous research articles and two research monographs .
Currently he serves on the editorial boards of the Real Analysis Exchange and the Journal of Mathematical Analysis and Applications.
Selected publications by the authors
A. M. Bruckner and J. Leonard, Derivatives, The American Mathematical Monthly, Vol. 73, No. 4, (Apr., 1966), pp. 2456. [
A.M.Bruckner, Differentiation of Integrals The Twelfth HERBERT ELLSWORTH SLAUGHT MEMORIAL PAPER Published as a supplement to the AMERICAN MATHEMATICAL MONTHLY Volume 78, November, 1971, Number 9.
Andrew M. Bruckner and Brian S. Thomson, Real variable contributions of G. C. Young and W. H. Young. Expo. Math. 19 (2001), no. 4, 337–358.
Andrew M. Bruckner and Judith B. Bruckner, Darboux transformations. Trans. Amer. Math. Soc. 128 1967 103–111. MATH REVIEW PDF FILE
Brian S. Thomson, Rethinking the elementary real analysis course. Amer. Math. Monthly 114 (2007), no. 6, 469–490
AUDIO
and SLIDES for Andy Bruckner talk at University of Warwick conference
[August 2007] given on the occasion of David Preiss's 60th birthday. "Some history behind two priceless Preiss theorems".
 
 

