Pushing Limits: From West Point to Berkeley & Beyond Ted Hill
Recounting the unique odyssey of a noted mathematician who overcame military hurdles at West Point, Army Ranger School, and the Vietnam War, this is the tale of an academic career as noteworthy for its offbeat adventures as for its teaching and research accomplishments.
Problems in Abstract Algebra A.R. Wadsworth
Intended for strong undergraduate and beginning graduate students that want to enrich their learning of mathematics, this book of problems in abstract algebra (groups, rings, linear algebra, fields, etc.) provides more variety and more challenging problems than most algebra textbooks and can be used as a course supplement or for self-study.
MathJax Awarded Simons Foundation Grant
The MathJax Consortium is pleased to announce that it will research new methods for semantic enrichment and universal rendering of mathematics, supported by a grant from the Simons Foundation.
Graphs, Vectors, and Matrices
This survey accompanies the Josiah Williard Gibbs Lecture that I gave at the 2016 Joint Mathematics Meetings. It provides an introduction to three topics: algebraic and spectral graph theory, the sparsification of graphs, and the recent resolution of the Kadison-Singer Problem. The first and third are connected by the second.