Alison Rosenblum

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  • Degree: B.S. in Mathematics, Wisconsin Lutheran College, 2015
  • Title: Graduate Student
  • Advisor: Saugata Basu
  • Research Interests: O-minimal and Real Algebraic Geometry
  • Office: MATH G144
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  • Teaching: MA 59800-504 (Bridge to Analysis Recitation)
  • Office Hours: Wednesdays 10:30 - 11:30 am (MATH G144)

About Me

I am Alison Rosenblum, a Ph.D. student in the final year of my studies in the Department of Mathematics at Purdue University. My research interests include topics in o-minimal and real algebraic geometry. I grew up just outside of Chicago, IL, and attended Wisconsin Lutheran College in Milwaukee, WI, graduating in 2015 with a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics and a minor in German. Outside of the math department, you may find me in the violin section of the Purdue Symphony or String Orchestra.

You can obtain more details about my specific projects and interests under the 'Research' tab to the left. Information pertaining to classes I have taught is available under 'Teaching.'