Jeremy L. Martin

Professor and Director of Graduate Admissions
Department of Mathematics
University of Kansas
405 Snow Hall
1460 Jayhawk Boulevard
Lawrence, KS 66045-7594

Office: 618 Snow
Office hours for Fall 2016: Wednesdays 3-5pm, or by appointment
Phone: (785) 864-7114
Department fax: (785) 864-5255

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Teaching | Research | Graduate Admissions | Mathematics Links | Fun Stuff


The Department of Mathematics will be hiring a Visiting Assistant Professor in the broad area of algebra and/or combinatorics, starting in Fall 2017. This is a non-tenure track, three-year appointment. Please see the KU job posting and MathJobs announcement for more information.


The 13th Graduate Student Combinatorics Conference will take place at the University of Kansas on April 8-9, 2017.


I am the Vice-Chair of the Kansas Section of the Mathematical Association of America. The University of Kansas will be hosting the 2017 annual meeting, which will take place April 28-29, 2017.


I support the Kansas Coalition for a Gun Free Campus, which opposes the legalization of concealed-carry weapons on university campuses. This is my personal opinion and not the official position of KU or the Department of Mathematics, although it is shared by Chancellor Gray-Little, many Distinguished Professors at KU, the American Association of University Professors, and a large majority of students, staff on faculty at public universities in Kansas.


Teaching

Current semester (Fall 2016)

Future teaching plans

Websites for past courses

Additional information for students


Research

My research interests include combinatorics, algebraic geometry, discrete geometry, and computational commutative algebra. I especially like topics in which these fields intersect: configuration varieties (such as picture spaces of graphs, and Grassmannian, flag, and Schubert varieties), simplicial complexes, Coxeter groups, hyperplane arrangements, Stanley-Reisner theory, matroids, Gröbner bases, and combinatorial Hopf algebras. I am always happy when combinatorial techniques can be used to solve problems from other areas of pure or applied mathematics.

My research

Lecture Notes on Algebraic Combinatorics

Current Ph.D. Students

Combinatorics at KU

Miscellaneous research links

Talks about mathematics for a general audience
(i.e., "if you are not a professional mathematician but would like to know what all this is about"


Mathematics Links

Mathematics at KU

Mathematics organizations

Mathematical encyclopedias and references

Free mathematical software

Other math resources on the Web


Fun Stuff

Recreation, humor, and attempts thereat

Things I like in Lawrence



Last updated Tue 10/25/16