John McCabe

Adjunct

Mathematics

Education

  • PHD, Harvard University
  • MA, Harvard University
  • BS, Manhattan College

Courses Taught

CMPT 469      Independent Study
MATH 201      Calculus III
MATH 203      Differential Equations
MATH 311      Introduction to Higher Geometry
MATH 469      Independent Study:MultiLinear & Geom Alg
MATH 469      Independent Study:Game Theory

  • Research

    My research interests include number theory, algebraic geometry, cryptanalysis.

  • Publications and Scholarly Activities
    • John McCabe,  On serial files with relocatable records, Operations Research, Vol. 13 (1965), 609-618
    • John McCabe, A note on Zariski’s lemma, Amer. Math. Monthly, Vol. 83 No. 7, (Aug.-Sept. 1976), 560-561
    • John McCabe and Kathryn Weld, On an inverse Cayley problem, Australasian J. Combinatorics, Vol. 45 (Oct. 2009), 263-276
    • Richard Goldstone, John McCabe and Kathryn Weld,  Ambiguous groups and  Cayley graphs - a problem in distinguishing opposites, Math. Magazine, Vol. 83 No. 5 (Dec. 2010), 347-358
    • John McCabe and Kathryn Weld, On automorphisms of Cayley graphs, and irregular groups, Australasian J. Combinatorics, Vol. 51 (Oct. 2011), 157-173
  • Professional Experience and Memberships
    • Teaching Fellow, Harvard University   2 1/2 years
    • Systems Analyst, Information Systems Operation, General Electric, Bethesda, MD   3 1/2 years
    • Faculty, Manhattan College    1966 - present
  • Honors, Awards, and Grants
    • Honorable Mention, The Putnam Mathematics Competition
    • Invited Participant, Conference on Advances in Number Theory, Math. Dept., Harvard University, 1984
  • Other
    • I have served as the Department’s coordinator for the Putnam Contest. Among other things, this involves conducting problem sessions for students taking the exam.
    • I have been active in encouraging interest in undergraduate mathematics  conferences, in particular the Hudson River Conference and the Spuyten Duyvil  Conference. I have helped students to prepare talks, and have given some talks myself.