Office Location and HoursCarver 476
MWF @ 11-12 and F @ 1-2
Thanks for stopping by. Enjoy your stay.
What's Happening in Fall 2016I am teaching MATH 165 and MATH 201 this semester.
I will be at the Centenial meeting of the Iowa Section of the MAA (10/7 - 10/8).
I will be spending a week in Japan (10/29 - 11/6); in particular, I am an invited speaker at a couple of conferences (details to be posted soon).
We are practicing for the Putnam Exam each Wednesday at 4PM in Carver 400. If you are interested in solving challenging math problems, you should stop on by!
|MATH 106X, Spring 2016|
MATH 165, Spring 2016
MATH 207, Spring 2016
|MATH 414, Summer 2016|
MATH 165, Fall 2016
MATH 201, Fall 2016
Presenting "Separation of Points, the Quotient Topology, and the Weak Topology" at BUGCAT 2011.
|A necessary and sufficient condition for coincidence with the weak topology|
Joint work with J. Clanin.To appear in Involve.
A multiplicative Banach-Stone theorem
Contemp. Math., Vol. 645 (2015), pp. 191-197.
Characterizations of peripherally multiplicative mappings between real function algebras
Publ. Math. Debrecen, Vol. 84 (2014), pp. 379-397.
On the generality of assuming that a family of continuous functions separates points
Joint work with S. Lambert and A. Luttman. Mediterr. J. Math., Vol. 10 (2013), pp. 1917-1935.
Generalized weak peripheral multiplicativity in algebras of Lipschitz functions,
Joint work with A. Jimènez-Vargas, A. Luttman, and M. Villegas-Vallecillos. Cent. Eur. J. Math., Vol. 11 (2013), pp. 1197-1211.
Generalizations of weakly peripherally multiplicative maps between uniform algebras
Joint work with A. Luttman. J. Math. Anal. Appl., Vol. 375 (2011), pp. 108-117.
Midwest is Best.
|I am originally from Long Island, NY; in particular, I am from West Islip (pronouced ice-lip, not is-lip).|
I attended Clarkson University, where I earned my B.S. (with distinction) in 2008. I also got my M.S. (2010) and Ph. D. (2012) at Clarkson, where my advisor was Dr. Aaron Luttman.
As of late, I have had no hobbies other than mathematics. Here is 100 pages of math that I wrote for fun:
(I may or may not be updating this document...)