Matt Ondrus
Associate Professor of Mathematics
Weber State University

WSU Mathematics Department
1415 Edvalson St., Dept. 2517
Ogden, UT 84408-2517
email: mattondrus at weber dot edu

Courses I am teaching Courses I have taught before at WSU

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Research   (publications)

I am interested in the representation theory of Lie algebras, quantum groups $U_q( \mathfrak g)$ and related algebras. Basically, this means that I am interested in looking at ways in which these objects can act as linear operators on a vector space. When I was at the University of Arizona, I worked on some very interesting projects in mathematics education (see CEMELA). Here is a link to a talk that Cynthia Anhalt and I gave at MSRI.


A bit about me

Before coming to Weber State, I was a "teaching postdoc" at the University of Arizona. Prior to that, I was a graduate student at the University of Wisconsin - Madison. While I was in Madison, I met my wonderful wife Jenn. We have two cute kids who can count pretty high but cannot yet solve differential equations.


Some useful links

When will I use mathematics?
Weber State Math Circle
WSU Library, WSU Registrar
MathSciNet, arXiv.org
AMS, MAA
Teaching Resources
LaTex Reference
Google, Google - Scholar, Google Maps, Google Cal
Utah Transit Authority
Some drawings created using Geogebra
Some fun physics lectures: Classical Mechanics, Electricity and Magnetism

Some of my favorite links


My calendar is here.