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Research Interests:
  • Group Theory
McConnell-Bernard Professor of Mathematics
Research Interests:
  • Group Theory
Associate Professor
Research Interests:
  • Algebraic Geometry
  • Representation Theory

Featured Course

MATH 4750

Examines the knotting and linking of curves in space. Studies equivalence of knots via knot diagrams and Reidemeister moves in order to define certain invariants for distinguishing among knots. Also considers knots as boundaries of surfaces and via algebraic structures arising from knots. Prerequisite: MATH 3354 or instructor permission.