Math & Computer Science

Gabe Feinberg

Assistant Professor of Mathematics
Education
  • Ph.D. University of Connecticut, 2013.  Advisor: Kyu-Hwan Lee
  • M.S. Drexel University, 2008.
  • B.S. Muhlenberg College, 2004. 
Teaching

Fall 2019:

  • MAT 201 - Differential Calculus
  • MAT 203 - Multivariable Calculus
  • MAT 322 - Introduction to Abstract Algebra

In previous semesters:

  • MAT 201 - Differential Calculus
  • MAT 202 - Integral Calculus
  • MAT 203 - Multivariable Calculus
  • MAT/CSI 240 - Discrete Mathematics
  • MAT 322 - Introduction to Abstract Algebra
  • MAT/CSI 394 - Special Topics: Combinatorics & Graph Theory

Senior Capstone Experiences advised:

Currently:
  • Pascal’s wager and subjective probability (Allison Hinshaw)
  • Principal component analysis (Peter Wu)
  • Charmichael functions and their extensions (Kasim Li) 
Past:
  • The mathematics of incomplete cubes and the art of Sol Lewitt (Jack Nevins)
  • An exploration of the hook-length rule for counting standard Young tableaux (Spencer Russell)
  • Integers and polynomial rings (Danielle Glenn)
  • Who’s counting? - a geometric exploration of voting methods (Elijah McGuire-Berk)