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Dec 9, 2022
Email: christopher dot hayes at gallaudet dot edu
Ph.D. Mathematics, University of Connecticut, 2022
M.A. Mathematics, The George Washington University, 2014
B.S. Mathematics, Gallaudet University, 2012
Graduate Teaching Assistant, University of Connecticut, 2016-2022
Adjunct I, Gallaudet University, 2014-2016
Research Interests: Simply speaking, I study the theoretical foundations of heat flow and electric current on rough, intricate shapes called fractals. This uses a lot of different tools - probability theory, calculus, linear algebra, and more. Most of my research is theoretical but I do look at some numerical / computational stuff. I am always looking for undergraduate research assistants. Some research keywords: analysis on fractals, Dirichlet forms, functional analysis, Markov processes, partial differential equations, graph theory, dimension.
I am also interested in expanding my research areas. I am interested in linguistics, economics, general modeling, and data science.
You can find my thesis at: http://hdl.handle.net/11134/20002:860707136
Personal Interests: I enjoy traditional card games (such as Spades, Bridge, Euchre) and many board games. When I have time I like to make block print art - sometimes I make ASL art prints.
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