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Mark Grinshpon
Senior Lecturer

Office:752 COE
Phone:404-413-6410
Emailmgrinshpon@gsu.edu
Personal Website:N/A

Education

M.Sc. Mathematics, Moscow State University, Russia, 1996
Ph.D. Mathematics, Virginia Tech, 2006

Teaching

I teach a wide range of mathematical courses. But my favorites include the Calculus sequence and courses in Linear Algebra, Discrete Math, Graph Theory, and Abstract Algebra.

Research

My research interests include: group homology and cohomology, Banach algebras and modules, ring theory, homological algebra. I have also been involved in mathematics education research projects seeking new ways to improve students' learning in Calculus, Precalculus, and other courses.

Selected Publications

I. Chahine, M. Grinshpon. Using Multiple Intervention Instructional Support in Precalculus Concepts to Advance Undergraduate Students' Success in Calculus (abstract), Georgia Journal of Science, vol. 71 (1), 2013, p. 82.

M. Grinshpon, P. Linnell, and M. Puls. Dimensions of l^p-cohomology groups, Houston Journal of Mathematics, vol. 38 (1), 2012, p. 265-273.

M. Grinshpon, P. Linnell, and M. Puls. Dimensions of l^p-cohomology groups and fi?nite p-harmonic boundaries, Proceedings of the All-Russian Mathematics and Theoretical Mechanics Conference, Tomsk State Univ., 2008, p. 37-38.

M. Grinshpon, P. Linnell, and M. Puls. Nested G-invariant subspaces, Proceedings of the All-Russian Mathematics and Theoretical Mechanics Conference, Tomsk State Univ., 2008, p. 36-37.

M. Grinshpon. Invertibility of matrices over subrings, Communications in Algebra, vol. 36 (7), 2008, p. 2619-2624.