Years at Knox: 2006 to present
Ph.D., 2002, Brandeis University.
M. S., 1996, University of Sao Paulo.
B. S., 1994, University of Sao Paulo.
"p-Fractals and Power Series-II. Some Applications to Hilbert-Kunz Theory." Co-authored with Paul Monsky. Journal of Algebra 304 (2006): 237-255.
"p-Fractals and Power Series-I. Some 2 Variable Results." Coauthored with Paul Monsky. Journal of Algebra 280 (2004): 505-536.
"p-Fractals and Hilbert-Kunz Series." Ph.D. Thesis, Brandeis University, 2002.
"Triple Resultants and the Explicit Calculation of Certain Hilbert-Kuns Series." AMS Fall Eastern Section Meeting, Rutgers University, 2007.
"Fractal Patchwork Quilts - Colorful Surprises in the World of Algebra." Knox College, Galesburg, Illinois and Mathematics Colloquium, Beloit College, Beloit, Wisconsin, 2007.
"Automatic Geometric Theorem Proving - Teaching Computers How to do Proofs." Honors Calculus Seminar Series, Beloit College, Beloit, Wisconsin, 2007.
"Googling With Linear Algebra." San Antonio Joint Meetings, Mathematics and Pop Culture Session, 2006.
"p-Fractals and Hilbert-Kunz Functions." Conference in honor of Paul Monsky, Brandeis University, Waltham, Massachusetts, 2005.
"Googling With Eigenvalues." Hudson River Undergraduate Mathematics Conference, Williams College, Williamstown, Massachusetts, 2005.
"Results on Resultants." Union College Undergraduate Mathematics Seminar, 2005.
"p-Fractals and the Rationality of Certain Hilbert-Kunz Series." Capital Region Algebra and Number Theory Seminar, 2003.
"Polynomials, Power Series and p-Fractals." Capital Region Algebra and Number Theory Seminar, 2003.
"p-Fractals and Hilbert Kunz Series." University of São Paulo, São Carlos, Brazil, 2002.
"Rational Points of Algebraic Curves Over Finite Fields." Second Year Seminar, Brandeis University, Waltham, Massachusetts, 1998.
Campus & Community Involvement
Co-organizer, Ungergraduate Mathematics Seminar, Union College.
Coordinator, Preparation Sessions, Putnam Exam Union College.
Co-organizer, Union College Mathematics Conference.
Knox's Team X-Ray places second among 15 liberal arts colleges that competed in an intense regional contest involving programming teams from colleges and universities in five states.
Finals and term projects can be more than tests and papers, as Knox College faculty make engaging assignments and exams -- including design your own superhero -- to evaluate student academic achievements.
A Knox College graduate and vice president of development at the Greater Peoria Business Alliance, Jim Lynch is among the young leaders recognized by InterBusiness Issues magazine.