Thomas A. Ivey
Department of Mathematics
College of Charleston
Charleston, SC  29424





Office: #4 Greenway, Rm. 301    Phone: 843-953-7276         
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Professional Information My research areas are differential geometry and partial differential equations, especially evolution equations, integrable systems, and exterior differential systems. For more information, see my curriculum vitae (in PDF form), my publications, or the book Cartan for Beginners, which I published with J.M. Landsberg in October 2003.

Course Information During the 2013-2014 academic year, I am on sabbatical.
In Fall 2013, I will be an Ulam Visiting Professor in the mathematics department at the University of Colorado, Boulder. In January 2014, I will be back in Charleston, but then will visit University College, Cork in March through May of 2014.


 
For information on Hons 390: Mathematics in Music, which I taught in Spring 2009, click here.
On this same topic, I gave a public lecture last spring at St. Jerome's University in Waterloo, Ontario.
See the video here.


Links of General Interest for Students:
College of Charleston Math Department           CofC Final Exam Schedules                       TI calculator online manuals
What every college mathematics student should know             NSF Research Experiences for Undergraduates
        Mathematical Quotes                 Mathematical Fiction                       History of Mathematics at St. Andrew's University
Other Web Resources of Interest (to me):

Lowcountry Sacred Harp        Shapenote Singing        Savannah Sacred Harp 
The American Mathematical Society             National Public Radio