Jeremy L. Martin

Professor of Mathematics, University of Kansas
Section Chief Editor, Frontiers for Young Minds, Understanding Mathematics


Local Information On COVID-19:


Mailing address:
Department of Mathematics
University of Kansas
405 Snow Hall
1460 Jayhawk Boulevard
Lawrence, KS 66045-7594

I will rarely be on campus for the rest of the semester.
Office: 618 Snow
Office hours for Spring 2019: Thu, 1:00-2:30pm, or by appointment
Phone: (785) 864-7114
Department fax: (785) 864-5255

The best way to contact me: send e-mail to

Teaching | Research | Mathematics Links | Fun Stuff


I am the Section Editor of the Understanding Mathematics section of Frontiers for Young Minds, an open-access journal with articles written by scientists and reviewed by kids. We are looking for help at all levels: editors, authors, science mentors, and of course kids to review and read articles!


I am a co-organizer of the fourth Great Plains Combinatorics Conference, to be held at North Dakota State University, April 25-26, 2020.
UPDATE: GPCC 2020 has been postponed indefinitely due to the coronavirus outbreak. We hope to hold the conference at a later date.


I am a co-organizer of the Graduate Research Workshop in Combinatorics. The 2020 workshop will be held at the Institute for Mathematics and its Application in Minneapolis from May 20-June 1.
UPDATE: GRWC 2020 has been cancelled due to the coronavirus outbreak.


I am a co-organizer of the Jayhawk Math Teachers' Circle.
UPDATE: JMTC is on hold indefinitely due to the coronavirus outbreak. We hope to hold the conference at a later date.


Teaching

Current semester (Spring 2020):

Future teaching plans

Websites for past courses

Additional information for students


Research

My main focus of research is algebraic combinatorics. I also am interested in areas of mathematics including algebraic geometry, discrete geometry, commutative algebra, and algebraic topology. I especially like topics in which these fields intersect: simplicial and cell complexes, configuration varieties, Coxeter groups, hyperplane arrangements, Stanley-Reisner theory, matroids, Gröbner bases, and combinatorial Hopf algebras and monoids. 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 Graduate Students

Combinatorics at KU and nearby

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 Fri 3/20/20