Thomas A. Ivey Department of Mathematics College of Charleston Charleston, SC 29424 |

Office: #4 Green Way, Rm. 301 Phone: 843-953-7276

Office Hours for Spring 2020: tentatively 2-3 MW, 3-4pm T/Thursday

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My research areas are differential geometry and partial differential equations, especially evolution equations, integrable systems, and exterior differential systems.

For more information, see my curriculum vitae (in PDF form), my publications, or the book Cartan for Beginners, the second edition of which I published with J.M. Landsberg in January 2017.

This semester (Fall 2020) I am teaching

- Math 250 (Statistical Methods I) at 10-10:50am MWF in Bell 404 syllabus

- Math 229 (Vector Calculus for Chemistry) at 12-12:50pm MWF and 12:15-1:30pm TR in Maybank 223 syllabus

For information on Hons 390: Mathematics in Music, which I taught in Spring 2009, click here.

On this same topic, I gave a public lecture in March 2013 at St. Jerome's University in Waterloo, Ontario.

See the video here.

College of Charleston Math Department CofC Final Exam Schedules TI calculator online manuals

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Other Web Resources of Interest (to me):

Lowcountry
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The American Mathematical Society National Public Radio

The American Mathematical Society National Public Radio