- PhD, Mathematics, University of Wyoming
- MS and BS, Mathematics, Brigham Young University
- Linear Algebra
- Math Education
Faculty, Brigham Young University - Idaho
Instructor of Mathematics (while in Graduate School):
University of Wyoming
Brigham Young University
- Mentored Senior Project Topics: (0,1)-matrices, Parter-vertices in Graphs, Balanced Data Dispersion, Optimal Fishing Rod Guide Placement
- Past Work: (0,1)-matrices, Parter-Vertices in Graphs, Minimum rank for Graphs, Inverse Eigenvalue Problem for Graphs
Senior Projects: (0,1)-matrices, Parter-vertices in Graphs, Optimal Fishing Rod Guide Placement, any other interesting problems students would like to pursue.
Curtis Nelson is a faculty member in the mathematics department at Brigham Young University Idaho. He delights in working with students and helping them learn the beauty and power of mathematics. Curtis has a PhD in Mathematics with a focus on Combinatorial Matrix Theory from the University of Wyoming.