Eric Rowland Hi! I'm a professor in the Department of Mathematics at Hofstra University. I study arithmetic properties of integer sequences that arise in combinatorial settings. This involves a nice mix of number theory, combinatorics, and theoretical computer science. Here is some of my work:
In 2019–2020, Manon Stipulanti held a postdoctoral position at Hofstra, during which we worked on several projects. Some sessions/conferences I co-organized: - Experimental Mathematics in Number Theory and Combinatorics at AMS Fall Southeastern Sectional Meeting 2021
- Sequences, Words, and Automata at JMM 2020
- Arithmetic Properties of Sequences from Number Theory and Combinatorics at JMM 2017
- Workshop on Automatic Sequences in Liège, Belgium in 2015
My favorite LaTeX command is I highly recommend reading A Mathematician's Lament by Paul Lockhart (2002) [also in book form], and an introduction by Keith Devlin. |