Lee Rudolph
[Final update on aleph0, June 21, 2002; if you were
not automatically redirected to
http://black.clarku.edu/~lrudolph,
you should do so yourself.]
Professor of Mathematics, Clark
University, Worcester, MA, 01610.
Interests: Knot theory, lowdimensional topology, algebraic geometry,
visualization.
Office:
CH 101. Phone: (508)7937345.
Here is an annotated list of my mathematical
publications (19702002), including links to
online versions,
reviews,
over 200
citations
by
more than 120
other researchers
(from Abhyankar
to Zuddas),
illustrations,
coauthors' homepages,
and so on. (Updated
April 22, 2002.)
This past semester, Spring 2002, I taught
Geometry (Math 128),
Multivariate Calculus
(Math 131),
and Complex Analysis
(Math 216).
In Fall 2002, I will teach Calculus
(Math 120)
and Linear Algebra
(Math 130).
Here is a notyetcomplete set of notes
for the Linear Algebra course, in hyperlinked PDF.
Here is some of my
poetry.
(Updated April 27, 2002.)
Some of the themes of my work are sketched here:

in my
survey article, ``Some knot theory of complex plane curves'',
originally published in L'Enseignement Mathématique
in 1983, rendered into LaTeX and brought somewhat up to date;

in abstracts of
research proposals funded by the National Science Foundation;

in another survey article, ``Knot theory and
plane algebraic curves'', by Michel Boileau
and Laurence Fourrier of the University of Toulouse
(1265 Kb PostScript file;
435 Kb gzipped version),
published in a somewhat different form in
Chaos, Solitons, and Fractals 9 (1998), 779792;

in
an article by Ruth Auerbach giving proofs
of two theorems I stated in a talk
to the participants in the
1995 Research Experience for Undergraduates on algebraic
singularities, directed by
Alan Durfee at Mt. Holyoke
College.
Lee Rudolph
(lrudolph@black.clarku.edu)