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Fabrizio Zanello

Fabrizio Zanello

PhD, Mathematics (Combinatorial Commutative Algebra), Queen's University (Canada)

Contact

906-487-2068
zanello@mtu.edu

Associate Professor, Mathematical Sciences

I came to the US in Fall 2006, as a Visiting Assistant Professor at the University of Notre Dame. Before then, I was a Ph.D. student at Queen's University, Canada, a postdoc at the University of Genova, Italy, and the Gustafsson postdoc at the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) in Stockholm, . . .

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Donald L. Kreher

Donald L. Kreher

PhD, Mathematics and Statistics, University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Contact

906-487-3542
kreher@mtu.edu

Professor, Mathematical Sciences

Obtained a joint computer science and mathematics PhD from the University of Nebraska in 1984. He has held academic positions at Rochester Institute of Technology and the University of Wyoming. He is currently a Professor of Mathematical Sciences at Michigan Technological University, where he teaches and conducts research in combinatorics and . . .

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Stefaan De Winter

Stefaan De Winter

PhD, Mathematics, Ghent University in Belgium

Contact

906-487-2105
sgdewint@mtu.edu

Associate Professor, Mathematical Sciences

I was born and raised in the beautiful medieval city of Bruges (the city where the famous mathematician Simon Stevin was born), in Belgium (the country famous for chocolate, beer, and Tintin). As early as kindergarten I fell in love with numbers, and it was very quickly clear to me . . .

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