I am currently a Visiting Assistant Professor at Smith College in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics .
Previously, I was a post-doc with the Institute for Mathematical Sciences
in the math department of Stony Brook University.
My listing as a recent graduate of Cornell is here. My old homepage at Cornell can be found here.
joshua dot bowman at gmail dot com
Standards-based grading, instructional technology, writing projects, inquiry-based learning
Research interests: Flat surfaces, Teichmüller theory, complex dynamics
Ph.D. adviser: John H. Hubbard
A version of my Ph.D. thesis.
My papers on the arXiv
I am on Twitter as @Thalesdisciple, and my blog is Thales’ triangles.
The deltoid map is an excellent example of a post-critically finite endomorphism of P2.
The Scientific Legacy of Poincaré
Tessellations of Teichmüller disks