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About Peter R. W. McNamara

I am an Associate Professor of Mathematics at Bucknell University, having joined the faculty in 2006. I received my Ph.D. from MIT, where Richard Stanley was my advisor. I held postdoctoral positions at Université du Québec à Montréal and at Instituto Técnico Superior in Lisbon. My research interests are in combinatorics, often of an algebraic or order-theoretic nature. Some of my recent work has had to do with P-partitions, Möbius functions and edge-labellings of partially ordered sets, Schur-positivity, and relationships among skew Schur functions.


Present Faculty Member, Bucknell University

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