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Aaron Robertson

Professor of Mathematics; Chair, Department of Mathematics
Mathematics, 211 McGregory Hall
p 315-228-7227

Degree

  • PhD Temple University 1999
  • BS University of Michigan 1993

Teaching Experience

  • Professor of Mathematics, Colgate University, 2012-present
  • Associate Professor of Mathematics, Colgate University, 2005-2012
  • Assistant Professor of Mathematics, Colgate University, 1999-2005
  • Teaching assistant, Temple University, 1993-1999

Specialties

Ramsey theory and enumerative combinatorics

Interests

Outside of math, I enjoy playing guitar and singing in the band Dangerboy as well as learning the art and science of mixing and recording music.

Publications

BOOKS:
  • Ramsey Theory on the Integers, Second Edition (with Bruce Landman), AMS, 2014 (heavily revised and expanded)
  • Integers: Annual Volume 2013 (co-editor with Florian Luca, Bruce Landman, Mel Nathanson, Jaroslav Nesetril, and Richard Nowakowski), de Gruyter, 2014
  • Combinatorial Number Theory: Proceedings of the Integers Conference 2011 (co-editor with Bruce Landman, Mel Nathanson, Jaroslav Nesetril, Richard Nowakowski, and Carl Pomerance), de Gruyter, 2013
  • Combinatorial Number Theory: Proceedings of the Integers Conference 2007 (co-editor with Bruce Landman, Mel Nathanson, Jaroslav Nesetril, Richard Nowakowski, and Carl Pomerance), de Gruyter, 2009
  • Ramsey Theory on the Integers (with Bruce Landman), AMS, 2004.

ARTICLES:

  • 25 articles in the following journals: Advances in Applied Math., Annals of Combinatorics, ARCH, Discrete Math., Discrete Math. and Theoretical Computer Science, Electronic Journal of Combinatorics, European Journal of Combinatorics, Integers, Journal of Combinatorial Theory (Series A), New Phytologist, Séminaire Lotharingien de Combinatoire, and SIAM Journal of Discrete Math.

Distinctions

  • NSA Research grant
  • 2 NSF Conference grants
  • Research Council Associate Leave Award
  • Nominated as Phi Eta Sigma Professor of the Year (x2)
  • Shared $100 prize from Ron Graham for co-solving one of his unsolved problems
  • Awarded $50 prize from Doron Zeilberger for "almost" solving another Ron Graham problem
  • Outstanding Teaching Awards, Temple University 1996, 1997, 1998
  • Graduated with highest distinction (top 3 percent) from University of Michigan, 1993
  • Member of Phi Beta Kappa, University of Michigan Chapter, 1993

Board Membership

  • Associate Managing Editor, Integers (www.integers-ejcnt.org), 2008-present
  • Assistant Managing Editor, Integers, 2000-2008
For a list of my papers and current teaching schedule (as well as other information), please visit http://www.aaronrobertson.org.