Jeremy Martin

Associate Professor of Mathematics
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Dr. Martin's research is in combinatorics, the study of discrete structures. He seeks to understand complex geometric objects using ideas and techniques from combinatorics; topics of his research have included combinatorial rigidity, polynomial invariants of graphs, and tree enumeration in high-dimensional networks. He enjoys teaching a wide variety of courses at KU, including survey classes intended for non-math majors, freshman honors calculus, and advanced graduate courses.

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