My name is Jeff Beyerl and I am an assistant professor in the department of mathematics at the University of Central Arkansas. My dissertation was in number theory at Clemson University, May 2012. Number theory is my forte, although I have broad interests and have found topics ranging from abstract number theory to scheduling to be enjoyable. I have published in number theory and graph theory, and have attended conferences from arithmetic geometry to climate change. On this website you can find more details about my professional career and some of my hobbies. Other information of interest may be on my subpages:

Slides  Title  Location  Date  Notes 
(0.2MB)  When is the RankinCohen Bracket Operator an Eigenform?  Clemson: PANTS XXI  Dec 2013  NR 
(1.7MB)  Wikiversiy in Teaching  Rock Hill: MAA southeastern conference, session on general math education.  March 2013  EREd 
(0.8MB)  Optimizing balance in video games with asymmetrical choices  San Diego: Joint Mathematics Meetings, MAA Session on Mathematics and the Arts: Practice, Pedagogy, and Discovery, II.  Jan 2013  ERO 
(0.2MB)  Divisibility of Eigenforms, and computing a function of the $j$invariant  Boston: Joint Mathematics Meetings, AMS Session on Number Theory, Field Theory, and Polynomials, II  Jan 2012  NRP 
(1.2MB)  Divisibility of an Eigenform by Another Eigenform  Wake Forest: AMS special session on Modular Forms, Elliptic Curves, and Related Topics  Sep 2011  NRP 
(0.0MB)  Factorizations of Eigenforms and Maeda's Conjecture  Armstrong Atlantic State University: SERMON 2011  Apr 2011  NRP 
(0.2MB)  The Product of Nearly Holomorphic Eigenforms is Rarely an Eigenform  University of South Carolina: PANTS XIV  Dec 2010  NRP 
(2.9MB)  A Selection of Interesting Sets  Clemson: Graduate Student Seminar  Jan 2010  E 
(0.3MB)  Counting Latin Squares  Clemson: Graduate Student Seminar  Aug 2009  E 
(0.8MB)  Binary Quadratic Forms over $\F[T]$ and PIDs  Clemson: Masters Defense  Apr 2009  NER 
(0.5MB)  Generation in the Bingo Closure  Florida Atlantic University: Fortieth Southeastern International Conference on Combinatorics, Graph Theory, and Computing  Mar 2009  DRP 
(0.3MB)  Interval Graphs Where No Interval Contains Two Others  Florida Atlantic University: ThirtyNinth Southeastern International Conference on Combinatorics, Graph Theory, and Computing  Mar 2008  GRP 