Martin Magid

mmagid@wellesley.edu

(781) 283-3124
Mathematics
B.A., Brown University; M.S., Yale University; Ph.D., Brown University



Martin A. Magid
Professor of Mathematics

Professor Magid has been working recently on timelike submanifolds in various ambient spaces.


Professor Magid has been working recently on timelike submanifolds in various ambient spaces, including the split-quaternions and the conformal compactification of Lorentz space. He is also interested in discrete surfaces and has worked with several students on this topic. In addition he has directed 350s in a variety of areas, including statistics and differential geometry.


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Congrats!

Congratulations to Anjali Kayal, Abigail Raz, Smaranda Sandu, and Farrah Yhee for completing the requirements for honors in mathematics.  

Congratulations to all of our seniors for completing their undergraduate careers; best of luck as you move beyond Wellesley!

More congrats!

Prof. Megan Kerr was recently promoted to the rank of Full Professor.  Congratulations Prof. Kerr!  

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