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Matt Sequin,
Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Mathematics

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About Dr. Sequin

Dr. Sequin received his Ph.D. in Mathematics from The Ohio State University in 2012. Prior to coming to Saint Peter’s University, he worked at the Center for Math, Science and Computer Science Education at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey.

“I teach mathematics because I love sharing the joy of solving interesting math problems with students, especially in the context of the intimate and tight-knit community found here at Saint Peter’s University.”

Research Interests

  • Low-Dimensional Topology
  • Mathematics Education
  • Recreational Mathematics

Student Organizations and Clubs

Career & Accomplishments

Degrees

  • The Ohio State University, Ph.D.

Accomplishments

  • Founding member of the Central NJ Math Teacher's Circle

  • Project NExT Fellow

  • Henson Graduate Student Research Award

  • Distinguished Graduate Student Speaker, Knots in Washington XXXII

Presentations

Limit Points of Folding Sequences, The Joint Meetings of AMS/MAA, MAA Session on Analysis, San Diego, CA, January 2018

Accumulation Points of Folding Sequences with Applications
M. Sequin, The American Mathematical Society Spring 2017 Southern Sectional, Charleston, SC, March 2017.

Accumulation Points of Folding Sequences.
M. Sequin, The Mathematical Association of America New Jersey Fall Sectional Meeting, Kean University, October 2015.

Some Results Concerning Quantum Invariants of Links and 3-manifolds
M. Sequin, The Joint Meetings of the AMS/MAA, AMS Session on Knots and Their Invariants, Baltimore, MD, January 2014.

Comparing Invariants of 3-Manifolds Derived From Hopf Algebras
M. Sequin, OhioLINK Electronic Thesis and Dissertation Center, The Ohio State University, June 2012.

Comparing Quantum Invariants of 3-Manifolds: The Kuperberg Invariant and the Hennings Invariant
M.Sequin, Knots in Washington XXXII, Distinguished Graduate Student Speaker, George Washington University, Washington D.C. May 2011

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