Kellen Myers - Homepage
Office: Whitman 180 K [map ],
Office Hours: Wednesdays 1:30-4:30 (open), Thursdays 2:00-3:00 (open), and Tuesdays 2:00-3:00 by appointment,
Email: kellen.myers [at] farmingdale [dot] edu, for teaching and Farmingdale matters,
Email: kellen.myers [at] gmail [dot] com, for research and other matters
Welcome to my homepage. I am an Assistant Professor in the Department of Mathematics at Farmingdale State College (SUNY Farmingdale) . I completed my PhD in Mathematics at Rutgers University where my advisor was Doron Zeilberger . I hope you enjoy my website.
- Kellen Myers & Aaron Robertson, Two Color Off-Diagonal Rado-Type Numbers, Electronic Journal of Combinatorics, 14(1), R53.
- [abstract] [PDF ] [arXiv ] [El. J. Comb. ] [Aaron Robertson ]
My research interests are in combinatorics. The problems I work on are in the area of Ramsey theory, in particular Diophantine Ramsey theory, the study of the Ramsey-theoretic properties of the integer solutions to equations. My research focuses on computer-diven methods. I am also interested in analytical methods in Diophantine Ramsey theory, which really means number theory and additive combinatorics, but from a non-typical point-of-view.
I also enjoy problems and methods from other areas, like set systems or game theory. I would characterize my interest in mathematics, in general, as very broad. I enjoy the interdisciplinary nature of mathematics and appreciate collaboration between mathematicians with diverse interests, and between mathematicians and people in other areas of scholarship. I am also a proponent of computer-based pedagogy and active learning in the mathematics classroom. Lastly, my Erdős number is 3 (check here ).