VITAE
mailto:mdedeo@unf.edu - http://www.unf.edu/~mdedeo/index
Michelle R. DeDeo
Department of Mathematics and Statistics
1 UNF Dr.
Jacksonville, FL 32224
Bldg. 14 / Rm. 2728
904-620-3653

General Qualifications
Over twenty six years of university experience teaching a variety of students and subjects. 
Have strength in combining students with technology. 
Familiar with all phases and aspects of university processes. 
Have served on a variety of academic and administrative committees. 

Education

University of California - San Diego
Department of Mathematics (1993-1998)
[Department ranked #5 by the National Research Council in 1998.]
  • 1998 - Ph. D. in Mathematics - Number Theory & Computational Science
  • 1996 - M.A. in Applied Mathematics 
California State University - Los Angeles 
Department of Mathematics and Computer Science (1989-1993)
  • 1993 - M.S. in Mathematics - Complex Analysis
  • 1991 - B. S. in Mathematics with General Education Honors

Experience

October 2016-
              Present





August 1998 
           - Present

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

August 1993 
       - June 1998

 
 
 
 
 

 


January 1997

      - June 1998
 
 
 
 

 


January 1994

      - June 1997
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

  January 1991 
      - June 1993




Mayo Clinic - Jacksonville
Research Collaborator (as of October 2017)
4500 San Pablo Rd S
Jacksonville, FL 32224

  • Work with Physicians, Clinicians and Organizational Personnel on large biostatistical data analysis

University of North Florida 

Associate Professor (as of August 2005)
Assistant Professor (as of August 1998)

Department of Mathematics and Statistics
1 UNF Dr.
Jacksonville, FL 32224
904-620-2653
  • Teach classes of 35 to 140 students
  • Incorporate technology in the classroom with TI-83, 84, & 85 calculators.
  • Active on multiple departmental and university-wide committees
  • Present seminar talks

University of California - San Diego
Teaching Assistant 
Department of Mathematics
Mail Code 0112
La Jolla, CA 92037
858-534-3590

  • Assisted every quarter classes of 50 to 160 students.
  • Classes ranged from Harvard and Vector Calculus to Complex Analysis and ODE. 
  • Used TI-83 and TI-85 calculators as well as Mathematica and Matlab
University of San Diego
Lecturer 
Dept. of Mathematics and Computer Science
5998 Acala Park
San Diego, CA 92110
619-273-4600
  • Taught one class of either Harvard or Multivariate calculus per semester to classes of 30 students.
  • Used the TI-82 extensively.
San Diego City College
Adjunct Lecturer 
Department of Mathematics
1313 12th Avenue
San Diego, CA 92101
619-230-2400
  • Taught two classes per semester (one in summer) to classes of 30 to 50 students. 
  • Class topics ranged from Intermediate Algebra to Calculus II and Introduction to Statistics. 
  • Programmed the TI-82 extensively for use in the Statistics course.
California State University - Los Angeles 
Teaching Associate 
Department of Mathematics and Computer Science
5151 State University Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90032
323-343-2150
  • Taught two classes per quarter of 30 to 50 students.
  • Classes included Math for Elementary Teachers and College Algebra.
  • Also taught at-risk freshmen mathematics and college skills during summer bridge.

Organizations
Current

  

1995-1997




 
1990-1993

 
Memberships
American Assn. of University Women, American Mathematical Society, Mathematical Assn. of America, Assn. for Women in Mathematics, Golden Key Honor Society, Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society


UCSD Graduate Student Assn. - V.P. Academic Affairs

UCSD Academic and Administrative Committees

Graduate Council, Senior Vice Chancellor Search Committee, Enrollment Planning Committee, Student Health Insurance Committee, Founder of the UCSD Graduate Student Dental Insurance Plan

ACM- CSULA Chapter President 

[World's oldest and largest educational and scientific computing society.]

Awards, Fellowships &
Service
2017-2018
2018
2017
2016-2018
2016

2015-2016
2015-2016
2014 - present
2004-2010 & 2012-present
2002 - present
2004-2017
2012 & 2013
2010-present
2001-2013
2010-2013
2005-2006
2004-2005
2004-2006
2003-2006
Summer 2004
2003-2004
2002-2004
2002-2004
2002-2004 & 2009-10
Summer 2003
Summer 2002
2000-2004 (elected)
1998-2004

1997-1998
1996-1997
1993-1995
1991-1993

 
 
UNF Outstanding Undergraduate Teaching Award
American Mathematical Society National Meeting Invited Panel Speaker “Paths to Collaboration with Scientists”
Co-Host 30th SERMON (SouthEastern Regional Meeting on Numbers) Conference at UNF
UNF Honor's College Advisor

UNF Teaching Grant Recipient         Topic: “Discrete Mathematics II”

Chair - Math-Stat Emporium Committee
Chair - Distance Learning Committee
Editorial Board Member - Austin Mathematics Journal
UNF University Appeals Committee (Member / Chair for most terms)
MathSciNet Reviewer
UNF Departmental Academic Resource Committee (Chair)
Community Service: BSA OVER THE EDGE - Steering Committee Member
BSA Boy Scout Leader - Asst. Scoutmaster (current) & Adv.Coordinator (to 2014) - Troops 474 & Troop 12
UNF Departmental Coordinator for College Algebra
BSA Cub Scout Den Leader (2010-2013) & Cubmaster (2012-2013) - Pack 280
UNF COAS Faculty Association (President)
UNF COAS Faculty Association (Vice President)
UNF-UFF (Treasurer)
Masters Thesis Advisor for James Griffin and Dennis Perusse
UNF Research Grant Recipient   Topic: Research on Symplectic Maps and Generalizations of the Toda Lattice
UNF COAS Ad-Hoc Comm. on Compression and Inversion (Chair)
UNF Academic Standards Committee (Member)
UNF Departmental Coordinator for Finite Mathematics
UNF Departmental Search Committee (Member)

UNF Teaching Grant Recipient    Topic: “Computational Number Theory”

UNF Research Grant Recipient   Topic: Research on Radon Transforms over k-dimensional rings
Member of the WJCT Community Advisory Board
Faculty-Student Mentor Program 
Member; Chair of Awards Committee(2001-02)
American Assn. of Univ. Women     American Dissertation Fellow
SDCC Honor Society                       Excellence in Teaching Award
Univ. of California-San Diego          San Diego Fellowship
California State Univ.-Los Angeles Graduate Fellowship

Publications: My ORCID: 0000-0003-0956-1421
PUBLISHED:

"On the Ramanujancy of Heisenberg Graphs of degree 6 or more" with Vincent Dang and Yang Ge, Proceedings of the Thirty-Eighth Southeastern International Conference on Combinatorics, Graph Theory and Computing. Congr. Numer. 185 (2007), 111–126. MR2408803 05C50

"The Spectrum of Platonic Graphs over Finite FieldsM. DeDeo, Dominic Lanphier and Marvin Minei, Discrete Math. 307 (2007), no. 9-10, 1074–1081. MR2292536 05C25 (05C50) 

"The Radon transform on Integers modulo n" M. DeDeo and Elinor Velasquez. SIAM J. Discrete Math. 18 (2004/05), no. 3, 472–478. MR2134409 44A12 (43A75)

"Zeta Functions of Heisenberg Graphs over Finite Rings" M. DeDeo, M. Martinez, A. Medrano, M. Minei, H.M. Stark, and A. Terras. Theory and applications of special functions, 165–183, Dev. Math., 13, Springer, New York, 2005. MR2132463 05C25 (05C38 11M41 11R42 20H25) 

"An Introduction to Symplectic Maps and Generalizations of the Toda Lattice" M. DeDeo and Elinor Velasquez. Proceedings of the Thirty-Fifth Southeastern International Conference on Combinatorics, Graph Theory and Computing. Congr. Numer. 169 (2004), 127–139. MR2122063 70H06 (05C45 37J35 37K60 70H15 82C05)

"Generalized Kloosterman sums over Rings of Order 2r " M. DeDeo. Proceedings of the Thirty-Fourth Southeastern International Conference on Combinatorics, Graph Theory and Computing. Congr. Numer. 165 (2003), 65–75. MR2049122 11T24 (11L05) 

"Spectra of Heisenberg Graphs over Finite Rings" M. DeDeo, M. Martinez, A. Medrano, M. Minei, H.M. Stark, and A. Terras. Dynamical systems and differential equations (Wilmington, NC, 2002). Discrete Contin. Dyn. Syst. 2003, suppl., 213–222.  MR2018119 11T60 (05C25)

"Non-Ramanujancy of Euclidean Graphs over the Ring of Integers modulo 2r " M. DeDeo. Discrete Math. 265 (2003), no. 1-3, 45–57. MR1969365 05C50 (11T99)

"An introduction to the Radon transform over Integers modulo n" M. DeDeo and Elinor Velasquez. Proceedings of the Thirty-third Southeastern International Conference on Combinatorics, Graph Theory and Computing (Boca Raton, FL, 2002). Congr. Numer. 156 (2002), 201–209. MR1981586 33C45 (43A80 44A12)

"Improving Pass Rates in Mathematics Using Interactive Computer Software" M. DeDeo. In J. A. Chambers (ed.), Selected papers from the Twelfth National Conference on College Teaching and Learning 2001 (pp. - ). Jacksonville, FL: Florida Community College at Jacksonville.


SUBMITTED: THE HEAT EQUATION ON THE FINITE POINCAR/'E UPPER HALF-PLANE with Elinor Velasquez (submitted to AMS Transactions)
IN PROGRESS: 
  • A Finite Math Textbook
  • “Prediction of Seizures in Pediatric Patients using Bipolar EEG Montages” with Maanasi Garg. Preprint.(Preliminary Presentation (PPT) Jan. 2017)
  • “Association Between Treatment Facility Volume and Mortality of Patients With Glioblastoma” with Sonikpreet Aulakh, M.D., Joseph Free, Kyle Berdeguez, Steven Rosenfeld M.D. Ph.D, Alfredo Quinones-Hinojosa M.D., Asher Chanan-Khan M.D., Sikander Ailawadhi M.D.. Preprint.
DISSERTATIONS:
Graphs over the Ring of Integers modulo 2r, M. DeDeo, Thesis (Ph.D.)–University of California, San Diego. 1998. 84 pp. ISBN: 978-0599-05398-4
Analytic Functions on the Annulus, M. DeDeo, M. S. Thesis, C.S.U.L.A., 1993.


Selected Talks

June 2018 – Chicago, IL
January 2018 – San Diego, CA
January 2017 – Atlanta, GA
January 2016 – Seattle, WA
January 2015 – San Antonio, TX

January 2014 –Baltimore, MD
January 2013 – San Diego, CA
January 2012 – Boston, MA
January 2011 – New Orleans, LA
January 2009 – Washington, DC
January 2008 – San Diego, CA
January 2007 – New Orleans, LA

January 2006 – San Antonio, TX
January 2005 – Atlanta, GA

January 2004 – Phoenix, AZ
January 2003 – Baltimore, MD
January 2002 – San Diego, CA
January 2001 – New Orleans, LA
January 2000 – Washington, DC


December 1997

August 1997
 

March 1997
Feb./March 1996


 

ASCO (American Society of Clinical Oncology) Annual Meeting:
Association Between Treatment Facility Volume and Mortality of Patients With Glioblastoma
AMS Special Session on Mathematical Information in the Digital Age of Science:
Seizure Prediction using Spectral Density Analysis on Pediatric EEGs
AMS Contributed Paper Session on Game Theory, Systems, Control:
An Alternative Perspective for EEG Analysis
AMS Session on Combinatorics and Graph Theory:
Tighter Bounds on the Energy of Ramanujan Graphs
AMS Session on Combinatorics:
Thoughts on the Energy of Ramanujan graphs
MAA General Contributed Paper Session on Teaching Mathematics Beyond the Calculus Sequence: The Conundrum of Teaching Finite Mathematics
MAA Session on Research on the Teaching and Learning of Undergraduate Mathematics: Over A Decade of Improving Pass Rates in Gateway Mathematics Courses using Interactive Software
MAA General Contributed Paper Session: Mathematics and Technology: A Decade of Improving Pass Rates in Mathematics using Interactive Software
SIGMAA RUME Session on Research on the Teaching and Learning of Undergraduate Mathematics: Improving Pass Rates in Mathematics using Interactive Software - Revisited
MAA General Contributed Paper Session: Incorporating Software into College Algebra: Who Wins? We All Do, If…
AMS Special Session on Expanders and Ramanujan Graphs: Construction and Applications: On the Ramanujancy of Heisenberg graphs or order 6 or more
MAA General Contributed Paper Session: Incorporating Software in College Algebra: Five Years Later

MAA Session on Achieving Quantitative Literacy: Ethonomathematics: Fear or Fusione
AMS Session on Algebraic Structures: Symplectic Maps and Generalizations of the Toda Lattice
AMS Session on Analysis: The Radon transform on the k-dimensional space over the ring of integers
MAA General Contributed Paper Session: An Applied Approach to Upper Level Undergraduate Mathematics: Incorporating Applications in the Curriculum
AMS Session on Series and Fourier Analysis: The Radon transform on the k-dimensional space over the ring of integers
MAA Session on Redefining What Makes a Modern “College Algebra” Experience Means: Putting “College” Back Into College Algebra
AMS Session on Number Theory:
Graphs over the Ring of Integers mod 2r
Generalized Kloosterman sums over the Ring of Integers mod 2r

University of San Diego Seminar
A Friendly Introduction to Wavelets
U. C. - Berkeley - Women in Number Theory Conference
Heisenberg & Euclidean Graphs over the Ring of Integers mod 2

U. C. - San Diego Number Theory Seminar
Kloosterman sums over the Ring of Integers mod 2
Euclidean Graphs over the Ring of Integers mod 2r , Part I/II
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