Kelly B. Yancey
Department of Mathematics
University of Maryland
Office: Math 2115
CV: Last Updated August 2014
I received my PhD from the University of Illinois under the direction of Joe Rosenblatt .
Currently I am a postdoc at the
University of Maryland working with Giovanni Forni.
I am interested in ergodic theory and topological dynamics. Currently my projects involve studying interval exchange
transformation, saddle connections on flat surfaces, and writing across the curriculum. For more information, see my publications.
Math 452: Introduction to Dynamics and Chaos
Previous Teaching at the University of Maryland:
Math 246H: Differential Equations for Scientists and Engineers (Honors Section) - Spring 2014
Math 310: Introduction to Mathematical Proof - Fall 2013
Previous Teaching at the University of Illinois:
MERIT Mentor - Fall 2011 and Spring 2012
Graduate Teaching Assistant Mentor - Fall 2011
MERIT Workshop Instructor: Calculus II - Spring 2011
Instructor: A Mathematical World - Fall 2010
MERIT Workshop Instructor: Calculus II - Spring 2010
Lab Administrator: Elementary Mathematics - Fall 2009
Math 452 - MWF 10:00 - 10:50 am in Math 0409
Math 452 Office Hours - M 10:50 - 11:50 am and W 9:00 - 9:50 am
Dynamics Seminar - Thursday 2:10 - 4:10 pm in Math 1311
RIT on Dynamics Seminar - Monday 3:00 - 4:30 pm
I am married to a wonderful man and mathematician, Matthew Yancey. We live in Bowie Maryland with our kitty cat.