Robert Suzzi Valli, PHD

Robert Suzzi Valli, PHD

Visiting Assistant Professor

Department : Mathematics

Email : robert.suzzivalli@manhattan.edu

Phone : 718-862-7730

Office : RLC 201C

Education

PHD, CUNY: The Graduate Center
MA, CUNY: The Graduate Center
MPHIL, CUNY: The Graduate Center
BS, Manhattan College

Research

My research interests include hyperbolic geometry, hyperbolic orbifold surfaces and Fuchsian groups.

Professional Experience

  • Visiting Assistant Professor, Manhattan College, August 2013-Present
  • Adjunct Lecturer, CUNY: Lehman College, August 2010 - May 2013
  • Graduate Teaching Fellow, CUNY: Lehman College, August 2007 - May 2010

Publications & Professional Activities

Publications:

  • "Figure eight geodesics on 2-orbifolds," submitted.
  • "Non-simple closed geodesics on 2-orbifolds," Ph.D. Thesis, CUNY: The Graduate Center, September 2013.

Selected Presentations:

  • "Shortest Paths on Cubes," Senior Undergraduate Mathematics Seminar, Connecticut College, September 2014.
  • "Closed Geodesics on Orbifold Surfaces," 29th Summer Conference on Topology and Its Applications - Special Session on Geometric Topology, CUNY: The College of Staten Island, July 2014.
  • "Figure Eights on Orbifold Surfaces," Sixth Iberoamerican Congress on Geometry - Special Session on Hyperbolic Geometry, CUNY: The Graduate Center, May 2014.
  • "Shortest Paths on Cubes," Math Department Seminar Series, Marist College, May 2014.
  • " Non-simple closed geodesics on orbifold surfaces," Complex Analysis and Dynamics Seminar, CUNY: The Graduate Center, May 2013.
  • "Paths and homotopy on orbifold surfaces," Hyperbolic Geometry Seminar, CUNY: The Graduate Center, May 2013.
  • "Figure eight geodesics on hyperbolic orbifold surfaces," Hyperbolic Geometry Seminar, Simons Center at Stony Brook University, September 2012.
  • "Generators and relations for the mapping class group," Hyperbolic Geometry Seminar, CUNY: The Graduate Center, July 2012.
  • "The pants complex is connected," Hyperbolic Geometry Seminar, CUNY: The Graduate Center, February 2011.

Courses Taught/Teaching

Math 151: Modern Math: Social Choice
Math 154: Calculus for Business Decisions
Math 155: Calculus for the Life Sciences 1
Math 156: Calculus for the Life Sciences 2
Math 185: Calculus 1

 

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