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Mathematics Department Colloquium


The 47th Spring Topology and Dynamics Conference at CCSU


Important Information for Students

  1. I am a Co-PI in the NSF grant "CSMP Scholarship Program at Central Connecticut State University". The amount of the grant is $600,000 and will continue until January 31, 2016. If you are or planning to be a CCSU student majoring in CS, Math or Physics, please click here to find out if you are qualified for this scholarship. If you have any questions please contact me.


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Marcus White 111
Phone:
(860) 832-2839
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Fax:
(860) 832-3753
E-mail address: gotchevi@ccsu.edu


Teaching Schedule Spring 2014
January 13 - May 2

TR 1:40 am - 3:20 pm MATH 221 - Calculus II (section 01) FD 105
TR 4:30 pm - 6:10 pm MATH 221 - Calculus II (section 70) LD 203
TR 7:20 pm - 8:35 pm MATH 523 - General Topology (section 70) MS 207
By appointment MATH 580 - Number Theory MW 111
By appointment MATH 599 - Thesis (Plan A) MW 111


Office Hours - Spring 2014
January 13 - May 2

TIME MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY
1:15 - 1:35 pm   MW 111   MW 111  
1:30 - 1:50 pm         MW 111
3:25 - 4:25 pm   MW 111   MW 111  
6:15 - 7:15 pm   MW 111   MW 111  
Other times by appt.          


Research Interests

  1. General, Categorical, and Geometric Topology and their Applications

  2. Product spaces; continuous extensions of functions defined on subspaces of product spaces; cardinal invariants; covering properties; compact, pseudocompact, countable compact and sequentially compact spaces; closure operators; P-minimal and P-closed spaces; sequential convergence; sequential spaces; extensions of topological spaces; supertopological spaces; neighborhood spaces; separation axioms; proximities; Noetherian spaces; applications of topology in number theory and geographic information systems.
  1. Graph Theory

  2. Hamiltonian graphs; generalized Petersen graphs.