Bryan Shader

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Bryan L. Shader is a professor of mathematics at the University of Wyoming. He received his Ph.D. from University of Wisconsin-Madison in 1990, his advisor was Professor Richard Brualdi. Shader is the Editor-in-chief of the Electronic Journal of Linear Algebra. He is also Associate Editor of other two journals, Linear Algebra and its Applications (since 2003) and Linear & Multilinear Algebra (since 2009). He is one of the most active mathematicians working on Combinatorial Matrix Theory.[citation needed] He is also noted for his monograph on matrices of sign-solvable linear systems. Besides organizing many workshops he is a Co-PI of Math Teacher Leadership Program, an NSF project (2009–2014). Shader is Special Assistant to the Vice-President of Research of University of Wyoming.

Shader received the 2005 Burton W. Jones Distinguished Teaching Award from the Rocky Mountain Section of the Mathematical Association of America.[1]

Personal life[edit]

Bryan Shader has a daughter named Sarah Shader who is currently attending MIT and studying Computer Science and perhaps math.[citation needed]

Books[edit]

  • (With Richard Brualdi) Matrices of sign-solvable linear systems.Cambridge Tracts in Mathematics, 116, 1995
  • (With Richard Brualdi) Graph and Matrices, Chapter 3 in Topics in Algebraic Graph Theory, Encyclopedia of Mathematics and its Applications, 102, Cambridge University Press, 2005
  • Bipartite Graph and Matrices, Chapter 30, Handbook of Linear Algebra, CRC Press, 2007

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