Professor Landon Gauthier came to Carthage from the University of Kentucky, where he earned his Ph.D. in mathematics with his advisor Dr. Russell Brown. His dissertation was on improving the regularity of coefficients on inverse problems involving the polyharmonic operator. On top of this, he is also interested in analysis, mathematical modeling, the history of mathematics, and curious problems in mathematics.
Prof. Gauthier went to UW-Platteville for his undergraduate degree. There, he became involved in the Mathematics Department where he helped in creating a math modeling club and participated in competitions across the Midwest. He is interested in helping the students at Carthage explore the opportunities that Carthage offers.
In his free time, Prof. Gauthier enjoys spending time with his wife and his two cats: Georg Cantor and Henrietta Lebesgue. He is an avid fan of watching all things sports and enjoys golfing.
- Ph.D. — Mathematics, University of Kentucky
- M.A. — Mathematics, University of Kentucky
- B.S. — Mathematics, the University of Wisconsin-Platteville
- MTH 1050
- MTH 1120
- NSG 2330
Real Analysis, Partial Differential Equations, Inverse Problems
Russell Brown, Landon Gauthier. Inverse boundary value problems for polyharmonic operators with non-smooth coefficients. Inverse Problems and Imaging, 2022, 16 (4) : 943-966. doi: 10.3934/ipi.2022006 Christopher Frayer. Landon Gauthier. “A tale of two circles: geometry of a class of quartic polynomials.” Involve 11 (3) 489 - 500, 2018. https://doi.org/10.2140/involve.2018.11.489