# Math Graduate Programs Expo

## November 6, 2020

Online Conference

Check back for the agenda and to register for the sessions you want to attend.

## The Department of Mathematics invites you to experience the amazing opportunities that Texas State has to offer.

- Visit with current graduate students and faculty
- Learn about the program curriculum
- Discuss research opportunities
- Discover areas of interest
- Ask questions during the graduate student panel discussion
- Apply for Graduate Assistantships
- Doctoral: $27,820
- Masters: $14,514

- Poster presentation and competitions

## Rapid Fire Research

This is a competition for undergraduate math research. The presentations should be no more than 4 minutes, no more than 5 slides and abstracts should be no more than 256 words.

### Submit your abstract for consideration.

Deadline to submit an abstract is TBD

### RAPID FIRE FAQ

## Research Corner Poster Guidelines

### Poster Guidelines and Design Suggestions

contact jk35@txstate.edu with questions

## Speaker

I earned my BS in Math from Baylor University, in 2009 and my PhD in Math from Rice in 2015. After a postdoc at Virginia Tech from 2015-2019, I came to Texas State University as an assistant professor last fall.

The math that governs the behavior of subatomic particles like electrons can be very different from the math that describes macroscopic objects like footballs. My math interests lie in operator theory, which is one of the cornerstones of the mathematical theory of the subatomic world.

When I'm not doing math, I enjoy cooking, playing the piano, and spending time with my wife, daughter, and two cats. I grew up in Humble, TX and am glad to be back in Texas!