Krause, M.S.

Phone: 903.233.3334

  • Assistant Professor of Mathematics

I am a pure mathematician interested in connections between mathematical logic and functional analysis. My research thus far uses infinitary combinatorics to study the asymptotic geometry of Banach spaces. I enjoy discussing the history of mathematics and mathematics pedagogy.


PhD, University of North Texas (in progress, ABD status obtained in 2017)

MS, Stephen F. Austin State University, 2012

BS, LeTourneau University, 2010

Selected Presentations:

  • “Some Partial Results on the lp spreading model problem.” Presented at UNT for the Fall Central Sectional Meeting of the AMS (Fall 2017).
  • “Diagonalization Arguments in Mathematics.” Presented at El Centro College for the Texas Section Meeting of the MAA (Spring 2012).
  • “The New Concept of Emergence.” Presented at LeTourneau University’s Science Seminar (Spring 2010).

Selected Awards:

  • UNT Math Department Academic Excellence Award (2018)
  • RTG Tuition Scholarship through NSF grant at UNT (2013-2016)
  • William D. Clark Outstanding Graduate Student Award at SFA (2012)

Professional Memberships:

  • American Mathematical Society