Amassa Fauntleroy

Professor of Mathematics
3120 SAS Hall

Office Hours: Mon/Wed 3-5PM

Professor Fauntleroy received an AB in mathematics form The Johns Hopkins University in 1965, an MA in mathematics from Northwestern University in 1967 and a Ph.D. in mathematics, Northwestern University in 1970. He has been on the faculties of DePaul University, the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and the City College of the City University of New York. He has been a professor at North Carolina State University since 1986.

Research Interest
Professor Fauntleroy studies actions of algebraic groups on projective algebraic varieties and applications of these to classification and moduli problems in algebraic geometry. Special interest include the study of complete intersections on toric varieties and the use of invariant theory to find canonical forms for such varieties. Secondary interests include complex manifolds, differential geometry and symmetric spaces.

Current Courses

Spring Semester 2011

MA 421 Sec 001

MA512-Sec 001