Justin Troyka

Justin Troyka
College and Natural and Social Sciences
Department of Mathematics
Office Location: ST F310

Hi! I am an Assistant Professor of Mathematics, teaching 2-3 courses each semester and researching enumerative and algebraic combinatorics. I study permutations, symmetric functions, and graph enumeration. I earned my BA in mathematics in 2013 at Carleton College (Minnesota), and I earned my PhD in mathematics at Dartmouth College in 2018 where my advisor was Sergi Elizalde. After that, I spent two years as a postdoctoral visitor at York University (Toronto) and collaborated on research with Neal Madras, followed by two years as a visiting assistant professor at Davidson College (North Carolina) where I got valuable teaching experience and worked on combinatorics research with colleague Yan Zhuang. I'm excited to be here at Cal State LA!

My slides from Dagstuhl Seminar, March 21, 2023

Here is my list of publications, works in progress, and unpublished papers: