About myself – Contact info

I am currently an Assistant Professor in the Department of Mathematics at Boise State University.

I received my PhD from UC Berkeley in 2003 under John Steel and Hugh Woodin. You can find a very nice diagram with my Academic Genealogy here, from The Mathematics Genealogy Project. (I got a huge poster with this diagram as a gift on Father’s day, 2010.)

I spent a couple of years at the Kurt Gödel Research Center in Vienna from 2003 to 2005, and from Fall 2005 until Spring 2008 was the Harry Bateman Research Instructor at Caltech.

My webpage is here.

This Spring I am teaching

  • 305, Section 1 (Abstract Algebra), MWF 8:40-9:30 pm, MG 120.
  • 515, Section 1 (Analysis II), MWF 9:40-10:30 am, MG 124.
  • Thesis work on Schur’s theorem, Summer Hansen, M 2-3 pm, W 1:30-2:30 pm.

I regularly attend the Set Theory Seminar (W 10:40-11:30 am, ILC 301).

Office: 239-A Mathematics/Geosciences building.

Phone number: (208)-426-1116.

Office Hours: MF 11-12.

I can also be found on Google+, Twitter, and (only because I haven’t quite gotten around to deleting it) the Facebook thing.

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  4. Jordan Chess says:

    I found that with some algebra the first extra credit question can be solved using the integral table in the book, I assume this strategy will not be good enough to receive full credit. If it is could you let me know, if it isn’t is it possible for you to show me how they got the formula in the back of the book.

    • Jordan and I already talked about this, but for the benefit of others working on this problem: A serious part of the question is the reduction of the given expression to one of the ones that the book lists, so this certainly merits some partial credit. To obtain full credit, though, it would be best to integrate the new expression without appealing to the table in the back. To do this, perhaps the easiest approach is to use the trick described in problem 11 of the second part of the self-test.

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