Math Dept, Howard University
Washington, DC 20059
e-mail: ssitaraman "(insert @ here)" howard.edu
Welcome! I have been working at the Math Department of Howard University, Washington D.C., since finishing grad school at Caltech in 1994. My research is in algebraic number theory and I love teaching. I enjoy life in the D.C. area with my beautiful wife Nicole though at times I do get nostalgic about California.
219 ASB-B (behind Locke Hall) ; (202) 806-6832
I share an office with my colleague Francois Ramaroson. We have a nice view of the McMillan reservoir.
OFFICE HOURS: 2.10 TO 3PM, MWThF.
Call or email for other times.
MATH 181-01, DISCRETE STRUCTURES
1.10-2PM, MWF DGH 238
COURSE PAGE WITH SYLLABUS, GRADING SCHEME, ETC.,
UPDATE PAGE WITH DAY TO DAY INFORMATION, TEST AND HW SOLUTIONS
Old Course Material: Tests, solutions etc.,
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|View of mountains from Pacific Institue of Math in Banff, Alberta, Canada (during Conference on Algorithmic Number Theory in honour of Hugh Williams, May 2003)|