Ashley K. Wheeler
This is my webpage from grad school. All updated information is now on comp.uark.edu/~ashleykw.
making silly Halloween crafts, 2013
|Address: ||University of Michigan|
|Mathematics Department |
|East Hall |
|530 Church Street |
|Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1043 USA |
|E-mail: || wheeles (at) umich (dot)
|Office: ||4848 East Hall|
|Advisor: ||Mel Hochster|
I am a finishing Ph., D. student at Michigan. I earned a Bachelor's in math from Kansas State
University in 2008 and an embedded Master's here at Michigan in 2011. I am broadly interested in finding new classes of Gorenstein rings. Their connection to generalized Cayley-Bacharach theorems has also brought to my attention the EGH Conjecture.
Courses I've taught
- Calculus II (Math 116), Fall 2012
- Calculus I (Math 115), Fall 2010
- Introduction to Differential Equations (Math 216), Summer
- Data, Functions and Graphs (Math 105), Fall 2009
|Check out my topology qual solutions!|
It would be fabulous if I could keep these updated. Parentheses indicate incomplete solutions. Feel free to send me corrections if you catch errors. The algebra solutions are on the QR webpage. Right now I do not have analysis solutions.