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Dr. Henry Adams joins the Department of Mathematics

Henry Adams

Dr. Henry Adams joins the Department of Mathematics in August of 2015 as an assistant professor. His research interest is in applied algebraic topology, computational topology, and combinatorial topology. He received his Ph.D. in Mathematics from Stanford University in 2013. His thesis, Evasion Paths in Mobile Sensor Networks, was written under the direction of Gunnar Carlsson, and it contained a still-open question that he'd love to share with you.

In 2014-15, Dr. Adams attended the thematic year on applied topology at the Institute for Mathematics and its Applications in Minneapolis, and in 2015-16 he was a visiting assistant professor at Duke University.

Dr. Adams is happy to be back in the West. He enjoys getting outside and playing soccer, tennis, ultimate frisbee, and basketball. He is looking forward to meeting the CSU students in his classes this year, as he appreciates the energy they bring to campus. As a brand new gardener, Dr. Adams would love to hear your recommendations for low-maintenance plants that are tough to kill. Please stop by his office in Weber 125 and help welcome him to the department.

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