Courtney Gibbons
Courtney Gibbons

Mathematics PhD Candidate
University of Nebraska-Lincoln


About Courtney

I am a sixth year graduate student in Mathematics at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. I study commutative and homological algebra, and my primary research interest is the study of infinite free resolutions. My dissertation advisors are Lucho Avramov and Roger Wiegand.

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Office: Avery Hall 344
Office Hours (Fall 2012): By Appointment
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Upcoming Trips: Jan 8-13 @JMM San Diego.
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I am grateful for the grants that have partially supported my graduate studies: MCTP, GAANN, NebraskaMATH, Project Fulcrum, and my advisors' NSF grants.

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