Niles Johnson

Assistant Professor, Mathematics
Faculty

Niles is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Mathematics.  His research is in algebraic topology, a field which develops algebraic machinery to measure and understand high-dimensional shapes.  His broader interests include mathematical visualization as both a tool for communicating mathematics and a source of artistic inspiration.

Areas of Expertise
  • Algebraic topology
  • Category theory
Education
  • PhD: University of Chicago (2009)

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