C.T. Bruns, Lecturer in Mathematics


Fall 2019 courses:

Math 139: Quantitative Reasoning, section 3,(9:30am-10:45pm TuTh), section 7/7P (12:30pm-1:45pm MoWe), section 8/8P (12:30pm-12:45pm TuTh), and section 9 (2:00pm-3:15pm MoWe)all in Heide Hall 102, as well as the online section 12/12W.

Math 151: Trigonometry, section 1 (11:00am-11:15pm MoWe in Heide Hall 112).

My office is Laurentide 2241, my Fall 2019 student office hours are 9:30-10:30 Mondays and Wednesdays and 11:00am-noon Tuesdays and Thursdays. Students that need to make an appointment outside those times may do so at this appointment setting page.  Yes, my office has both Packers and Broncos stuff in it. Here's why. I've also traveled to 5 continents, 16 countries (or maybe 15 or 17 depending on your interpretations of Falkland sovereignty and the Antarctic Treaty), and 37 US states (plus a district and a territory), as well as some land that's not part of any country.

Current research:
Boolean Algebras

Infinite Graph Theory

Set Theory

Slides from talks:

November 17, 2012. BAs & Hypergraphs

September 20, 2017. Measuring Starlight Deflection during the 2017 Eclipse.  

April 6 and 10, 2018, updated version of above at MAA-Wisconsin Section meeting. Slides and Video from UW Space Place