Dr. Shaun Fallat, Mathematics and Statistics, University of Regina Homepage Teaching Research Supervision


    A Little About Myself:

    I am Professor in the Mathematics and Statistics Department at the University of Regina .                
    I received my Ph.D. in Applied Mathematics from the College of William and Mary in 1999.

    My research interests include: combinatorial matrix theory, algebraic graph theory,
    matrix positivity and total positivity.

    I value teaching both in the classroom and as a mentor to aspiring students and
    postdoctoral fellows. I have taught mathematics and statistics classes at all levels both
    undergraduate and graduate.

    As a Professor I am dedicated to serving both the university community and the
    surrounding community at large. I have had the privilege to present numerous scientific
    papers at research conferences all over the world. In addition, I have delivered public
    lectures and visited school classrooms to engage with students across all grades.