Joseph Palmer

Joey Palmer
Office: Hill 340
Office hours: None for Summer 2017
Current Teaching: No teaching for Summer 2017. In Fall 2017 I will be teaching 251H again.

Current Position

I am a Postdoctoral Associate Professor at Rutgers University. I teach classes and do mathematical research with my faculty mentor Chris Woodward and my other collaborators.

Summer 2017: For the summer of 2017 I will be an invited researcher at IHES in Paris and for the week of July 3 to July 7 you will be able to find me at the FDIS 2017 conference in Barcelona.

About Me

I received my PhD at University of California, San Diego working with my advisor Álvaro Pelayo in 2016, a Masters from Washington University in St Louis in 2013, and a Math/Physics dual BS degree from Truman State University in 2011 with a minor in Computer Science. I am interested in symplectic geometry, integrable systems (especially semitoric systems), geometric mechanics, Lagrangian fibrations, and symplectic/Hamiltonian group actions. I currently have 5 publications and 3 additional submitted articles.

Math Geneology (see where I fit in on the "mathematics family tree").

For more details take a look at my CV and my papers.