Professor School of Mathematics University of Minnesota Minneapolis, MN 55455 |
Office:
256 Vincent Hall Phone: (612) 625-6682 Dept. FAX: (612) 626-2017 e-mail:
reiner@math.umn.eduOur academic calendars |

**Teaching**- Class syllabi
- REU information and past REU reports.

(The REU coordinator for this summer 2017 is my colleague Pasha Pylyavskyy.)

- A syllabus supplement giving general info about my courses.
- The
Nephroid Lab, a fun tutorial/example

in elementary computational algebraic geometry (not guaranteed to work). - CLA math senior project template assignment calculator

**Research**- NSF RTG in Combinatorics at Minnesota
- research interests
- some papers
- some talks
- students, current and former
- math latin honors theses,

- U. Minn. Combinatorics Group,

Current Combinatorics Seminar schedule,

Following up on our highly successful 2015 Midwest Combinatorics Conference,

we will be having another one: Midwest Combinatorics Conference, May 23-25, 2017,

Past seminars archive,

Seminar list-server.

The seminar organizers for Fall 2017 are Mike Chmutov and Pasha Pylyavskyy.

Contact them if interested in speaking.

**Research software**- TUTTE-
C code written by UROP student Michael Barany,

to compute the Tutte polynomial of a matrix

over the integers or finite fields of prime order. - CHEMOGALE-
some JAVA applets related to phase diagrams

and geochemistry, produced by Sam Peterson.

- TUTTE-
C code written by UROP student Michael Barany,
**Research diagrams!**

Lucky am I to have friends who can get computers to draw ...- the Hasse diagram for the
higher Stasheff-Tamari order

on the triangulations of a cyclic 3-dimensional polytope with 7 vertices,

(produced by Jörg Rambau).

- the graph of all
**reduced words**for the longest element in the

rank 3 finite Coxeter groups, that is, the orthogonal symmetries

of these regular solids: (produced by Rob Edman).

- the Hasse diagram for the
higher Stasheff-Tamari order
- Curriculum vitae (not necessarily up-to-date)

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