Matthew Creek, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Mathematics

508-767-7048 Founders Hall - Room 127

Degrees Earned

B.E., Georgia Institute of Technology; Computer Engineering, 1999,

M.S., Georgia Institute of Technology; Electrical & Computer Engineering, 2000,

B.S., University of Minnesota; Mathematics, 2007,

M.S., University of Montana; Mathematical Sciences, 2009,

M.S., University of Rochester; Mathematics, 2011,

Ph. D., University of Rochester; Mathematics, 2014,

Ph.D. Thesis Title: "Large-Data Global-Wellposedness for the (1 + 2)-Dimensional Equivariant Faddeev Model"


Undergraduate Courses Taught

Real Analysis

Multivariable Calculus

Calculus III

Probability Theory

Discrete Structures

Honors Elementary Calculus II

Honors Elementary Calculus I

Calculus I

Elementary Functions

Statistical Programming


Recent Publications & Editorships

Refereed article for Communications in Partial Differential Equations

"Linear Stability of the Skyrmion" International Mathematics Research Notices (2016)


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