Webzone of Kristopher Lee


Office - Carver 476

Phone - (515) 294-0259

E-mail - leekm at iastate dot edu

Curriculum Vitae
(as of 10/26/2015)

What's Happening in Fall 2015

I am teaching MATH 106X, MATH 166, and MATH 166H.
If you are in one of these classes, check out Blackboard for more info.

My office hours are as follows:
MWF 12-1, and TR 1-2

You can always find me at the Undergraduate Tea on Thursdays at 3 in Carver 400

Ya found me.


Take my class. We'll have fun.
I've been teaching at Iowa State for three years now. Here are my most recent syllabi to give you an idea of what to expect in my classes:


I'm involved in a variety of educational outreach endeavours.
If you are interested in participating in such excyting events, please contact me.

 Iowa 4-H Youth Conference 2015: Fun With Tiling


Presenting "Separation of Points, the Quotient Topology, and the Weak Topology" at BUGCAT 2011.
My research is primarily in analysis, specifically function spaces, but I'm quite fond of topology.

Here are my publications (
my Erdős number is 4):
  1. ``A multiplicative Banach-Stone theorem,'' Contemp. Math., Vol. 645 (2015), pp. 191-197.
  2. ``Characterizations of peripherally multiplicative mappings between real function algebras,'' Publ. Math. Debrecen, Vol. 84 (2014), pp. 379-397.
  3. ``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.
  4. ``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.
  5. ``Generalizations of weakly peripherally multiplicative maps between uniform algebras,'' Joint work with A. Luttman. J. Math. Anal. Appl., Vol. 375 (2011), pp. 108-117.

If you want to see what you can do with math, maybe you should try dabbling in some research.

Research is fun, excyting, and there are plently of unsolved problems in mathematics. The best part: you can get started right away.

So if you are interested, feel free to contact me.

Joe Clanin presenting his work at MUMS 2015.


Midwest is Best. 
Currently, I am a Lecturer in the Department of Mathematics at Iowa State University.

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. in 2008, and my M.S. (2010) and Ph. D. (2012) under Dr. Aaron Luttman.

My non-mathematical interests include: