Leanne Robertson, Ph.D
Building/Room: BANN 404
Frequently Taught Classes
UCOR 1200: Quantitative Reasoning, MATH 2320: Linear Algebra, MATH 3000: Introduction to Advanced Mathematics, MATH 3475: Number Theory, MATH 4422: Introduction to Abstract Algebra II
Elise Carlos*, Nestor Iwanojko*, Reece Keller*, and Leanne Robertson, “Gaussian coprime mappings,” under review.
Elsa Magness*, Brian Nugent*, and Leanne Robertson, “Extending a problem of Pillai to Gaussian lines,” to appear in Acta Arithmetica.
Bayley Larsen*, Hunter Lehmann*, Andrew Park*, and Leanne Robertson, “On prime labelings of Fibonacci Trees,” Involve 14 (2021), no. 4, 595-603.
Elsa Magness*, Brian Nugent*, and Leanne Robertson, “Walking to infinity along Gaussian lines,” Integers 21 (2021), Paper No. A16, 19 pp.
Bayley Larsen*, Hunter Lehmann*, Andrew Park*, and Leanne Robertson, “Coprime mappings on n-sets,” Integers 17 (2017), Paper No. A51, 11 pp.
Renee Russell* and Leanne Robertson, “A hybrid Gröbner basis approach to computing power integral bases,” Acta Math. Hungar. 147 (2015), 427-437.
* Indicates an undergraduate student co-author
Dr. Robertson has a B.A. from Reed College and a PhD. from the University of California at Berkeley. She has been on faculty at Seattle University since 2007.