Department of Mathematics, Penn State Brandywine
I am an Assistant Teaching Professor of Mathematics at Penn State Brandywine who is passionate about math accessibility and outreach. My research interests range from Legendrian Knot Theory to Recreational Math and Mathematical Art.
Pezzimenti, S., Pandey, A. Geography of Legendrian Knot Mosaics. (In Preparation)
Pezzimenti, S., DiCicco, G., Kommoju, A., Rajesh, D. (2021) Exploring and Extending the Impossible Card Location Trick, The College Mathematics Journal, 52:5, 356-363, DOI: 10.1080/07468342.2021.1967696
Blackwell, S., Legout, N., Leverson, C., Limouzineau, M., Myer, Z., Pan, Y., Pezzimenti, S., Suárez, L., Traynor, L. (2020). Constructions of Lagrangian cobordisms, Research Directions in Symplectic and Contact Geometry and Topology, Association for Women in Mathematics Series 27, https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-80979-9_5
Pezzimenti, Samantha. Immersed Lagrangian Fillings of Legendrian Submanifolds via Generating Families. PhD Diss., Bryn Mawr College, 2018.
I am currently the faculty coordinator for Penn State Brandywine's STEAM Pathways program for middle and high school students.
Here is last year's program: STEAM Explorations
In addition, I manage the social media pages for the EPaDel section of the Mathematical Association of America. Follow us!