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.
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.)