Aaron Valdivia, Jr., Ph.D.
Visiting Assistant Professor of Mathematics
"I believe that a great teacher is one that makes students realize their potential to learn on their own and take charge of their own learning experience."
Dr. Valdivia received a B.S. in Mathematics from Salisbury University in Maryland in 2006, started graduate school in the same year at Florida State University, and graduated with a
Ph. D. in mathematics in December 2011.
Elementary Statistics; Social World Algorithms
Ph.D., M. S., Mathematics, Florida State University
B.S., Mathematics, Salisbury University
Sequences of pseudo-Anosov mapping classes and their asymptotic behavior;
http://arxiv.org/pdf/1006.4409.pdf To appear in the NY Journal of Mathematics.
Pseudo-Anosov Sequences with asymptotically small dilation