Jessica Striker's Homepage
I am an Assistant Professor at North Dakota State University. My research is in combinatorics at the intersection of algebra, geometry, dynamics, and statistical physics. I am especially
interested in alternating
sign matrices, plane partitions, and other combinatorial objects which relate to integrable models of statistical physics.
I graduated with my PhD in 2008 from the University
of Minnesota and wrote my thesis under the direction of Dennis Stanton.
Contact Info
 Office: Minard 406C
 Office Phone: 7012316958
 Email: jessica 'dot' striker 'at' ndsu 'dot' edu
 Office Hours: Monday 10:0010:50, Wednesday 10:0010:50, 1:001:50.
 URL: http://www.ndsu.edu/pubweb/~striker
Research Interests
Enumerative, dynamical, algebraic, geometric, and bijective combinatorics; integrable
models of statistical physics
Selected Papers
 Rowmotion and generalized toggle groups, submitted.
 Joint work with Kevin Dilks and Oliver Pechenik: Resonance in orbits of plane partitions and increasing tableaux, submitted.
 Joint work with Karola Meszaros and Alejandro Morales: On flow polytopes, order polytopes, and certain faces of the alternating sign matrix polytope, submitted.
 Permutation totally symmetric selfcomplementary plane partitions, submitted.
 The toggle group, homomesy, and the RazumovStroganov correspondence, published in the Electronic
Journal of Combinatorics (2015).
 The paper I presented at FPSAC'13: A direct
bijection between permutations and a subclass of totally symmetric
selfcomplementary plane partitions.
 Joint work with Nathan Williams,
presented at FPSAC'12: Promotion and rowmotion,
published in the European Journal of Combinatorics (2012).
 A direct bijection between descending plane partitions with no special parts and permutation matrices, published in
Discrete Mathematics (2011).
 The paper I
presented at FPSAC'09:
The poset perspective on alternating
sign matrices.

The full version of this paper, A unifying
poset perpective on alternating sign matrices, plane partitions, Catalan
objects, tournaments, and tableaux, published in Advances in
Applied Mathematics (2011).

The paper I presented at FPSAC'07: The
alternating sign matrix polytope, published in the Electronic
Journal of Combinatorics (2009).
 My PhD thesis:
Poset and polytope perspectives on alternating sign
matrices (2008).
Selected Slides
Outreach
Teaching
At NDSU:
 Fall 2016:
 MATH 166 Calculus II
 MATH 491: Capstone Seminar
 Spring 2016:
 MATH 166 Calculus II
 MATH 791: Topics in Combinatorics: Symmetric Functions, Tableaux, and Dynamical Algebraic Combinatorics
 Fall 2015: MATH 436/636 Combinatorics
 Fall 2014:
 MATH 836 Discrete Mathematics
 MATH 491 Capstone Seminar
 MATH 266 Introduction to Ordinary Differential Equations
 Spring 2014: MATH 436/636 Combinatorics
 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
Recent Combinatorics papers on the Arxiv
Mathematical Enchantments
Lockhart's lament
North Dakota State University
NDSU Mathematics Department
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