Edward Hanson

Visiting Assistant Professor
Department of Mathematics
University of Wisconsin-Madison

Office: Van Vleck B127
Phone: (608) 263-1541
Email: edhanson at math dot wisc dot edu


My primary research interests are related to Leonard pairs and tridiagonal pairs. Much of my work has involved abstract algebraic generalizations of results from the theory of distance-regular graphs. My academic advisor was Paul Terwilliger.



I am currrently (Fall 2018) teaching the following course:
In the past, I taught the following courses:
In the past, I taught the following courses at SUNY New Paltz:

I also taught the following courses at Williams College:

As a graduate student, I was instructor for the following courses at the University of Wisconsin-Madison:

Conference and Seminar Talks

Poster Presentation

Other Interests

I am a member of Project Euler, an online series of computational mathematics problems. Here is a summary of my progress:

Last updated: November 15, 2018