Amanda Wilkens

Department of Mathematics
University of Kansas
1460 Jayhawk Blvd
Lawrence, Kansas 66045-7567

Contact information:

Office: 562 Snow Hall
Office Phone: (785)-864-4306
Office Hour: Mondays at 10

Current Teaching:

Past Teaching:

Spring 2018 Math 126 Enhanced
Fall 2017 Math 126 Lab Sections 23893 and 23895

About me:

I am in my fourth year as a Graduate Teaching Assistant here at KU. My research interests include probability, symbolic dynamics, ergodic theory, and combinatorics. My advisor is Terry Soo. In our research, we have constructed entropy increasing monotone factors for a Bernoulli shift over the free group of rank at least two, and we have constructed a finitary isomorphism between Poisson point processes.
I received my master’s in Mathematics from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee in 2013, in the area of geometric group theory. In 2010 I received my B.S. in Mathematics from Beloit College.
I have the best cat; his name is Rocky. Some photographic evidence.
This year I am the president of the KU Math Grad Student Organization. Check out our seminars for cool math and free pizza!