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Robert W. Ghrist

Andrea Mitchell University Professor of Mathematics and Electrical and Systems Engineering

University of Pennsylvania

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3400 Chestnut St

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania,19104

United States

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Employment History

Mathematics Awareness Month


University of Pennsylvania , USA


Professor of Mathematics and Reserach Professor, Coordinated Science Labs

University of Illinois


Associate Professor of Mathematics

Georgia Institute of Technology


Affiliations

The Mathematical Association of America

Board of Governors Member


Education

U. of Toledo


PhD

applied mathematics

Cornell U.


doctorate's degree

applied mathematics

Cornell University


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Funny Little Calculus Text by Robert Ghrist (University of Pennsylvania).
Currently only first semester calculus, very short, and no exercises, but a free PDF.


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Robert Ghrist; University of Pennsylvania


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If you already know some calculus, you might consider the more advanced course by UPenn's Robert Ghrist, available at https://www.coursera.org/course/calcsing, or our Calculus Two course, available at https://www.coursera.org/course/sequence.


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Robert Ghrist
Robert Ghrist Robert Ghrist is the Andrea Mitchell Penn Integrating Knowledge Professor of Mathematics and Electrical & Systems Engineering at the University of Pennsylvania. Ghrist has produced a widely influential body of work that applies mathematical methods to real-world engineering challenges, especially in robotics, wireless sensor networks, and data. He specializes in topology, a branch of mathematics that provides a theoretical framework to visualize abstract spaces. Ghrist's honors include a Presidential Early Career Award, a CAREER Award from the National Science Foundation, and the Chauvenet Prize for outstanding mathematical exposition. In 2007 he was named by Scientific American as one of 50 top scientific innovators.


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Rob Ghrist - Beyond the Fourth Dimension: The Shape of Data
Robert Ghrist Robert Ghrist Robert Ghrist is the Andrea Mitchell Penn Integrating Knowledge Professor of Mathematics and Electrical & Systems Engineering at the University of Pennsylvania. Ghrist has produced a widely influential body of work that applies mathematical methods to real-world engineering challenges, especially in robotics, wireless sensor networks, and data. He specializes in topology, a branch of mathematics that provides a theoretical framework to visualize abstract spaces. Ghrist's honors include a Presidential Early Career Award, a CAREER Award from the National Science Foundation, and the Chauvenet Prize for outstanding mathematical exposition. In 2007 he was named by Scientific American as one of 50 top scientific innovators.


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