Gregg Musiker

Welcome to my homepage. I am an Assistant Professor at University of Minnesota.

I received my Ph.D. in Mathematics at the University of California at San Diego, where I studied Combinatorics and topics in Arithmetic Geometry under the guidance of Adriano Garsia. Before coming to Minnesota, I was an NSF Mathematical Sciences Postdoctoral Fellow and Instructor in Applied Mathematics at MIT working with Richard Stanley, and a research member at MSRI participating in their Fall 2009 program in Tropical Geometry.

Contact Info:

Gregg Musiker
School of Mathematics, Office 251
University of Minnesota
Vincent Hall
206 Church Street SE
Minneapolis, MN 55455

musiker (at) math.umn.edu
612-624-7073

Teaching for the Current Semester

  • Math 5248: Cryptology and Number Theory

  • Math 8669: Combinatorial Theory

    Past Teaching

    Research: Publications and Slides from Selected Talks


  • My Research Statement: Cluster Algebras, Invariant Theory, Jacobians, and Tropical Curves
  • My Teaching Philosophy

    Some Mathematical Links:

  • Combinatorics Group at Minnesota
  • Combinatorics Seminar at Minnesota
  • Combinatorics Graduate Student Seminar at Minnesota

  • 9th Annual Graduate Student Conference in Combinatorics (at Minnesota, April 19-21, 2013)

  • Summer Research Experience for Undergraduates at Minnesota
  • Sage Days 40: Algebraic Combinatorics at the IMA, July 9-13, 2012
  • MSRI Semester in Cluster Algebras, Fall 2012
  • SAGE Combinat Notebook server (experimental)

  • Arxiv of Math Papers
  • International Conference on Formal Power Series and Algebraic Combinatorics
  • SAGE: Open Source Mathematics Software
  • Research Experiences in Algebraic Combinatorics at Harvard
  • IAS/Park City Mathematics Institute
  • ARCS Foundation