Jennifer Halfpap Kacmarcik
I am an Associate Professor in the Department of Mathematical Sciences at the University of Montana. I am also the Associate Chair of the department, directing the Graduate Program.
Department of Mathematical Sciences
University of Montana
32 Campus Drive
Missoula, MT 59812
phone: (406) 243-2083
Office Hours for Fall, 2014
Monday 9:10 - 10:00, Tuesday 1:10 - 2:00; Wednesday 2:10 - 3:00; by appointment
Teaching for Fall 2014
M 381 - Advanced Calculus 1
The course meets MWF 8:10 - 9:00.
Text: I am writing a textbook Exploring the Infinite: An Introduction to Proofs and Analysis. I will make chapters available here as needed.
Other Course Materials:
Homework 11 (optional): Exercises 12.2.4, 12.3.1, Problem 12.5, Exercises 13.1.1, 13.2.1.
I am interested in analysis, which is a branch of pure mathematics that grows out of theoretical calculus. More specifically, I am interested in the theory of functions of several complex variables.
Recent Publications and Preprints
J. Halfpap and J. Lebl, Signature Pairs of Positive Polynomials. Bulletin of the Society of Mathematics, Academia Sinica, New Series 8, (2013) . see also arXiv:1211.0997v3 [math.AG]
M. Gilliam and J. Halfpap, The Szego Kernel for Certain Non-Pseudoconvex Domains in C^2. Illiois Journal of Mathematics, to appear.
see also arXiv:1107.1687v1 [math.CV]
M. Gilliam and J Halfpap, The Szego Kernel for Non-Pseudoconvex Tube Domains in C^2. Complex Variables and Elliptic Equations, to appear. see also arXiv:1107.1694v1 [math.CV]
D. Grundmeier and J. Halfpap. An Application of Macaulay's Estimates to Sums of Squares Problems in Several Complex Variables, Proceedings of the AMS, to appear. see also arXiv:1304.0237 [math.CV]
I am the chair of the Graduate Committee in the Department of Mathematical Sciences. For information visit the department's graduate program webpage .
(MT)2: Montana supports the Mathematicians of Tomorrow
I am the PI on NSF DUE S-STEM grant 1356717. This five-year program, which began in July, 2014, provides financial and academic support to undergraduate and graduate students with financial need. For more information or to apply, see http://cas.umt.edu/mtsquared