Department of Mathematics
West Chester University
Office: UNA 123
- B.S. Millersville University
- M.S. Lehigh University
- Ph.D. Lehigh University
- Combinatorial Game Theory
- Graph Theory
- West Chester University, West Chester, PA
- Associate Professor of Mathematics (2013-present)
- Assistant Professor of Mathematics (2008-2013)
- California State University, Fresno, Fresno, CA
- Associate Professor of Mathematics (2007-2008)
- Assistant Professor of Mathematics (2001-2007)
- “Atomic weight calculus of Subversion”, with N. McKay, R. Nowakowski, P. Ottaway, and C. Santos, submitted.
- “Chromatic nim: finding a game for a given solution”, with U. Larsson, to appear in Games of No Chance 5 (Cambridge University Press).
- “Sterling Stirling play,” with R. Nowakowski and C. Santos, submitted.
- “The Hausdorff dimension of a graph-directed set whose underlying multigraph is a Cartesian product or a tensor product of multigraphs”, with S. Delcroix, Fractals, Volume 20, Numbers 3 & 4 (2012) 217-225.
- “The distinguishing number of a Cartesian product of complete graphs,” with G. Isaak, Ars Mathematica Contemporanea 5 (2012), no. 1, 159—173.
- “The birank number of a graph,” with N. Fisher, M. Fraboni, and D. Narayan, Congressus Numerantium, Volume 204 (2010) 173—180.
- “Distinguishing colorings of Cartesian products of complete graphs,” with G. Isaak, Discrete Mathematics, Volume 308, Number 11 (2008) 2240—2246.
- “The jump number of a split graph,” Congressus Numerantium, Volume 179 (2006) 89—96.
- 2015 Combinatorial Game Theory: Colloquium I, Museum of Science, Lisbon, Portugal,
“Sterling Stirling Play” (January 2015)
- 2012 CBMS-NSF Conference: The Mathematics of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, West Chester University,
“Introduction to Combinatorial Game Theory” (August 2012)
- Forty-First Southeastern International Conference on Combinatorics, Graph Theory, & Computing, Florida Atlantic University,
“The Distinguishing Number of a Cartesian Product of Complete Graphs” (March 2010)
- Rutgers University Experimental Mathematics Seminar,
“The Distinguishing Number of a Graph” (April 2009)
- NSF/CBMS 2012 Summer Conference Grant ($34,578)
- NSF/Yale University Fractal Geometry Workshop Grant
($35,000 awarded in 2006, $36,411 awarded in 2005, and $35,520 awarded in 2004)