Jessica Striker's Homepage
I am in my first year as an Assistant Professor at North Dakota State University. I study algebraic and geometric combinatorics and am especially
interested in alternating
sign matrices and other combinatorial objects which relate to integrable models of statistical physics.
I graduated in 2008 from the University
of Minnesota with my PhD in
mathematics and wrote my dissertation under the direction of Dennis Stanton.
Contact Info
 Office: Minard 406C
 Office Phone: 7012316958
 Office hours:
 10:0011:00 and 1:002:00 Wednesday
 10:3011:30 Thursday
 Email: jessica 'dot' striker 'at' ndsu.edu
 URL: http://www.ndsu.edu/pubweb/~striker
Research Interests
Enumerative, algebraic, geometric, and bijective combinatorics; integrable
models of statistical physics
Publications and Slides
Outreach
Teaching
At NDSU:
 Fall 2013: MATH 266 Introduction to Ordinary Differential Equations
At the University of Minnesota:
 Spring 2013: MATH 4281 Introduction to Modern Algebra
 Fall 2012: MATH 2374 CSE Multivariable Calculus and Vector Analysis
 Fall 2011: MATH 1151 Precalculus II
At Augsburg College:
 2010: MAT 146 Calculus II
At Macalester College:
 2009: MATH 137 Single Variable Calculus
At the University of Minnesota:
 Spring 2009:
Lecturer for MATH 1031
College Algebra and Probability
 Spring 2009: Lecturer for MATH 1155 Intensive
Precalculus
 Fall 2008: Lecturer for MATH 1151 Precalculus II
 Spring 2008: MATH 1031 College Algebra and Probability
 Fall 2007: Lecturer for MATH 1051 Precalculus I
 Fall 2006: MATH 2373 IT Linear Algebra and Differential Equations
 Spring 2006: MATH 1372 IT Calculus II
 Fall 2005: MATH 2374 IT Multivariable Calculus and Vector Analysis
 Spring 2005: MATH 1372 IT Calculus II
 Fall 2004: MATH 1371 IT Calculus I
 Spring 2004: MATH 1031 College Algebra and Probability
 Fall 2003: MATH 1031 College Algebra and Probability
 Spring 2001: MATH 1142 Short Calculus
Links
FindStat
Arxiv
North Dakota State University
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