Eric S. Egge
Professor of Mathematics
My mathematical interests are in algebra and combinatorics, especially enumerative and algebraic combinatorics. My research includes work on pattern-avoiding permutations, a generalization of the Terwilliger algebra of a distance-regular graph or association scheme, the combinatorics of symmetric functions, and the combinatorics of the Legendre-Stirling and Jacobi-Stirling numbers. I am also interested in undergraduate problem-solving, undergraduate research, and games and puzzles with mathematical connections. In my spare time I enjoy reading, writing, running, baking pizza, cheesecake, cookies, and brownies, and playing games with my family.
Department of Mathematics and Statistics
Northfield, MN 55057
eegge at-symbol (college name, eight letters) dot edu