PhD student in Math receives Outstanding Paper Award from journal
Congratulations to PhD student John Campbell for receiving the Outstanding Paper Award from the Journal of Mathematics and the Arts. His paper is titled Visualizing large-order groups with computer-generated Cayley tables.
Campbell is a PhD student and Carswell Scholar in the Department of Mathematics & Statistics. His research interests are in algebraic combinatorics, particularly within the theory of combinatorial Hopf algebras. Under the supervision of Professors Michael Zabrocki and Ada Chan, Campbell’s doctoral research is focused on introducing new Hopf algebra structures and revealing new combinatorial properties concerning known Hopf algebras. He is also interested in computer science and is developing symbolic computation functions within the Mathematica computer algebra system.
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