About Me

I am an Associate Professor of Mathematics at California State University, San Bernardino (CSUSB).  I joined the faculty at CSUSB in 2016.

I am interested in many mathematical areas.  I enjoy using algebraic tools from linear algebra, number theory, and group theory to study problems in geometry and cryptography.  For both teaching and research, I frequently program in Sage.  I always use GeoGebra in my teaching.  I am currently writing some texts in linear algebra and geometry.

I am very interested in research in math education, in particular, theories on learning and teaching of mathematics, especially as they relate to linear algebra.

Previously, I had been a Postdoctoral Visiting Professor of Mathematics at the University of Oklahoma. I grew up in Denver, Colorado, received my undergraduate degrees in mathematics and physics from the University of Chicago, and my Ph.D. in mathematics from the University of Michigan.


Spring 2023

On Sabbatical

Fall 2023

Math 6000 - Communicating Mathematics
Math 6145 - Problem Solving


I am currently advising master theses in:

Constructions in the Poincaré Disk

Linear Algebra in Machine Learning

Arithmetic Hyperbolic Surfaces

Cryptography and Programming


Office:  JB 326

Email:  Jeffrey.Meyer at csusb.edu

(Pictured above: The 3rd Pell geodesic in the modular surface.  I created this gif in Sage.)