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Seth Selken

Degree Program:
MS, Mathematical Sciences
BS in Mathematics from Iowa State University, 2017
Professional Research Interests
Graph theory and its applications, including neural networks, modeling of distributed storage systems, and modeling of disease and information spread. I'm also a member of the Coding Theory, Cryptography, and Number Theory (RTG) group at Clemson.
Professional Memberships
International Linear Algebra Society (ILAS)
Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM)
American Mathematical Society (AMS)
Professional Honors and Awards
Phi Beta Kappa, Zeta Chapter of Iowa
Selected Publications
Selected Talks
  • *Distributed storage systems: a graph-theoretic perspective, AMS Southeastern Spring Sectional Meeting Special Session in Graph Theory, March 15-17, 2019 (*Invited speaker)
Recent Classes Taken
Spring 2019 (current):
Math 8050 (Data Analysis)
Math 9850 (Combinatorial Optimization)
Stat 8010 (Statistical Methods I)

Fall 2018:
Math 8100 (Mathematical Programming)
Math 9500 (Commutative Algebra)
Math 9850 (Algebraic Curves)

Summer 2018:
Math 8000 (Probability)
Math 8030 (Stochastic Processes)

Spring 2018:
Math 8540 (Theory of Graphs)
Math 8600 (Scientific Computing)
Math 9850 (Monomial Ideals)

Fall 2017:
Math 8210 (Linear Analysis)
Math 8510 (Abstract Algebra I)
Math 8580 (Number Theory)
Recent Classes Taught
Math 1010 (Mathematics for an Informed Society)
Last Updated: 1/3/19