# Jeff
Remmel’s Home Page

I am a professor of
Mathematics and Computer Science at the University of California at San
Diego.

I am also currently serving
as the Associate Dean of the Division of Physical Sciences.

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## Address
Research Interests

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Jeff
Remmel **Combinatorics**:
Algebraic and Enumerative Combinatorics

Department of
Mathematics **Logic**: Computability Theory, Computable
Algebra and Model Theory

University of California at
San
Diego **Computer Science**: Knowledge
Representation Theory,

La Jolla, CA 92093-0112
Nonmonotonic Logic, Complexity Theory

**Hybrid Control**

jremmel@ucsd.edu

**Vita List
of publications**

**Me with some of my former Ph.D.
students at 2006 FPSAC.**

**From left to right Tamsen Whitehead, Jeff Remmel,
Manda Riehl, Jeff Liese,
Brian Miceli,**

**Karen Briggs, Joaquin
Carbonara, Jeniffer Wagner, Mark Shimozono**

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**Picture
of me with my former students at Permutation Patterns 2011.**** From left to right: Jeff Liese,
Brian Miceli, **

**Tom Langley, Tony Mendes, me, Mark Tiefenbruck, Andre Harmse, Miles
Jones**

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**Here is an in introduction to rook theory.
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Rook Theory Notes 1

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## Teaching

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## Math
202B Applied Algebra

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2016)

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1:00-1:50PM 5402 APM

## Office
Hours

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2:00-3:00 PM 7141 APM and by appointment

References: The Symmetric Group: Representations,
Combinatorial Algorithms, and Symmetric Functions by Bruce Sagan,

Introduction to Group Characters by W. Ledermann

**Problem 1 **

**Problem
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**Problem
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**Problem4 **

## Teaching

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## Math
202C Applied Algebra

## (Spring
2016)

## MWF
1:00-1:50PM 5402 APM

## Office
Hours

## WF
2:00-3:00 PM 7141 APM and by appointment

Text: Ideals, Varieties, and Algorithms: An Introduction to
Computational Algebraic Geometry and Commutative Algebra

By David A. Cox, John Little, and Donal
O’Shea

**Problem
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**Problem 2 **