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Krause, Ph.D.

Phone: 903.233.3334

  • Chair, Department of Mathematics

  • Associate 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.


Ph.D. University of North Texas, 2018

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