Nathan HamlinAdjunct Professor

Education
 PhD, Mathematics, Washington State University, May 2012
 MS, Mathematics, Washington State University, May 2009
 BA, Mathematics, University of Southern California, May 2004
Research Interests
 Currently working primarily in Number Theory (Elementary, Analytic, Computational, and Cryptography) and Combinatorics
Publications
 Hamlin, N. (2017) Number in Mathematical Cryptography. Open Journal of Discrete Mathematics, 7, 1331. doi: 10.4236/ojdm.2017.71003.
 Hamlin, N., Krishnamoorthy, B., and Webb, W. (2015). A KnapsackLike Code Using Recurrence Sequence Representations. Fibonacci Quarterly. 1(53), 2433.
 Recurrence Representations by Hamlin, Nathan Gregory, PhD, Washington State University, ProQuest, UMI Dissertations Publishing, 2012. 3517397.
 Hamlin, N. and Webb, W. (2012). Representing Positive Integers as a Sum of Linear Recurrence Sequences. Fibonacci Quarterly. 2(50), 99105.
Press
 Phys.org: Mathematician breaks down how to defend against quantum computing attacks
 WSU News: Mathematicians build code to take on toughest cyber attacks
 The Spokesman Review: Quantum leap: WSU grad student, adviser craft nextlevel cybersecurity code
 EIN Newswire: Quantum Computing and the Generalized Knapsack Code
Research Presentations
 International Conference on the Fibonacci Numbers, June 2016, University of Caen, France
 Quantum Science Symposium, September 2015, Cambridge, Massachusetts
 International Conference on the Fibonacci Numbers, July 2014, Rochester, New York
 National Security Agency, April 2013, Fort Meade, Maryland
 Institute for Defense Analysis, June 2012, Bowie, Maryland
 Western Number Theory Conferences, December
2010,2011,2013, Orem, UT; Monterey, CA
 International Conference on the Fibonacci Numbers, July 2010, Morelia, Mexico
 National GK12 Summit, March 2010, Washington D.C.
Summer Workshops
 Mathematical Sciences Research Institute, Summer 2010, Berkeley, CA
Awards and Honors
 Nancy J. Robertson Fellow, 2010  2011
 NSF STEM Fellow, 20082010
 NSF GK12 Fellow, 20052006
 USC Renaissance Scholar, 2004
 USC Trustee Scholar, 19992004
Teaching Experience
 Mathematical Reasoning and Proof
 Calculus I, II, III
 PreCalculus
 Exploring Mathematics
 "Upward Bound" Summer Program