- Ph.D. in Mathematics, Washington State University, in progress
- - Graduate Certificate in Teaching College Mathematics
- B.S. in Mathematics, Whitworth University, 2017
- - Minor in Computer Science
|Math 103||Algebra Methods and Introduction to Functions||Fall 2021, Fall 2020, Fall 2019|
|Math 105||Exploring Mathematics||Summer 2018|
|Math 108||Trigonometry||Summer 2019|
|Math 171 Lab||Calculus I Lab||Fall 2017|
|Math 172 Lab||Calculus II Lab||Spring 2018, Spring 2020, Spring 2021|
|Math 202||Calculus for Business and Economics||Spring 2022, Summer 2022|
|Math 216||Discrete Mathematics||Summer 2020|
|Math 220||Introductory Linear Algebra||Summer 2021|
|Math 301||Introduction to Mathematical Reasoning||Fall 2022|
|Leader of Graduate Qualifying Exam Linear Algebra Review Sessions||Spring 2020, Fall 2020|
My research focuses on finding families of periodic multidimensional continued fractions by expanding on the work of Dasaratha et al. in higher dimensions. I also have found connections between the matrix analog of the Jacobi-Perron algorithm for multidimensional continued fractions and the combinatorial construction of Riordan arrays. I am working with Dr. Matt Hudelson.
I have also worked with a research group to explore new operations on Riordan arrays.
My current CV can be found here.
- C. Bang, M. von Bell, E. Culver, J. Dickson, S. Dimitrov, R. Perrier, and S. Sundaram., On Sums, Derivatives, and Flips of Riordan Arrays., Manuscript submitted for publication.
- J. Dickson and R. Perrier, Dots-and-Polygons, Recreational Mathematics Magazine.
Scholarships and Awards
- Department of Mathematics and Statistics 3-Minute Thesis Competition Winner, November 2021
- - Competed in the College of Arts and Sciences 3MT on March 11, 2022
- Nancy J. Robertson Endowed Graduate Fellowship in Mathematics, Washington State University, Spring 2021 and Spring 2022