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Timothy Susse

Faculty member Timothy Susse

Assistant Professor of Mathematics


Hall College Center

Academic Program Affiliation(s)

Science, Mathematics and Computing, Mathematics


Ph.D. The Graduate Center, City University of New York
BA with honors, departmental honors, Phi Beta Kappa, Vassar College

Dr. Susse first became interested in studying Mathematics while a student at Vassar College learning Number Theory, and enjoys combining abstract thinking and concrete examples to visualize problems. As an undergraduate, he served as a peer leader in the Supplemental Instruction program, and helped implement a similar test program at York College of CUNY while in graduate school. After graduate school, Dr. Susse served as a teaching assistant for a summer REU program at Columbia University, and then was a Postdoctoral Associate at University of Nebraska (2014-2017). In Nebraska, he supervised an undergraduate thesis and volunteered with the All Girls All Math program geared towards encouraging high-school aged girls interested in STEM. His area of research is geometric and combinatorial group theory as well as low-dimensional topology. His work frequently features overlap with combinatorics, probability and computer science.