|Professor, Mathematical Sciences|
|Director of Research, STATS|
|George Mason University|
|rgoldin (at) gmu (dot) edu
|Planetary Hall, Room 207|
|I have been selected both in 2011-2012 and in 2013-2014 to be a Nifty Fifty Speaker at a local area high school as part of the U.S.A. Science and Engineering Festival.
My research is in symplectic geometry, group actions and related
combinatorics. Among my interests are: Schubert polynomials and the
intersection properties of Schubert varieties, toric varieties,
cohomology, moment maps and symplectic and hyperkähler reduction,
and orbifold cohomology. I
have also become involved in the media's use of statistics and
Feel free to read my papers.
I am currently Director of Research at Statistical Assessment
Service, or STATS,
a non-profit organization
affiliated with George Mason. Our mission is to improve the public
debate on how science, quantitative, and mathematical issues are
covered in the media. This is in addition to my position
Department of Mathematical Sciences.
Spring ('13) I am teaching Math 290 (Introduction to Advanced Mathematics) and Math 629 (Lie Groups). I
have previously taught an assortment of graduate and undergraduate
courses, as well as advised individual and summer projects.
If you're interested in working with me independently, you can ask my students what they think.
You may enjoy my 2012 Convocation speech for entering first year students at Mason.
I have four adorable kids, and a husband that makes it all possible. My other half is
professor at George Mason (with his own, very outdated, website).
This website is (as always) under construction. Last updated January 22, 2013.