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Jason B. HillI'm a doctoral candidate in the Department of Mathematics at the University of Colorado at Boulder. My research interests are in the intersection of computation (specifically parallel and high performance computing), group theory and combinatorics, and I work under two advisors: Alexander Hulpke and Keith Kearnes.

I have a B.S. in mathematics from The University of Michigan-Flint. In 2006, I was graduated from The University of Vermont with an M.S. (area: computational number theory) after working under David Dummit and solving a problem related to Stark's conjectures. I have an M.A. from the University of Colorado with a concentration on computational group theory and representation theory.

 
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