Joshua Schroeder

I am a first year PhD student in mathematics at Georgia Tech. My advisor is Professor Xingxing Yu . I got my bachelor's degree in mathematics at Michigan State University. I am currently a teaching assistant for Honors Calculus III.
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Research

My research interests are in graph theory and combinatorics. Some past research projects I have been involved in are:

  • Willamette Consortium REU Summer 2017: I did research with Chuck Dunn (Professor of Mathematics, Linfield College) as my advisor on competitive graph coloring
  • Discovering America Spring 2016: I did research with Baisheng Yan (Professor of Mathematics, Michigan State University) as my advisor on the uniqueness of nonnegative solutions to the heat equation.
  • HAWC 2014-2015: I did research with Kirsten Tollefson (Professor of Physics, Michigan State University) as my advisor as part of the High altitude Water Cherenkov Observatory research project in particle astrophysics.

Teaching

I am currently a teaching assistant for Honors Calculus III at Georgia Tech. In the past I have taught various other courses

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