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Dr Amy Glen is a Lecturer (equivalent to Assistant Professor in North America) in Mathematics & Statistics within the School of Engineering & Information Technology at Murdoch University in Perth, Western Australia.

Amy obtained her PhD in Pure Mathematics in 2006 from The University of Adelaide (Australia), where she was later appointed as an Associate Lecturer in the School of Mathematical Sciences. Following her appointment in Adelaide, she moved to Canada to take up a position as a CRM-ISM Postdoctoral Research Fellow (see here) in the Laboratoire de Combinatoire et d’Informatique Mathématique (LaCIM) at the Université du Québec à Montréal until September 2008. Amy then moved to Iceland to join the Combinatorics group in The Mathematics Institute at Reykjavík University, before moving back home to Australia in July 2009.

Academic Positions

Since July 2009 Lecturer in Mathematics
Murdoch University, Perth, Western Australia
Sept 08-July 09 Postdoctoral Researcher and Lecturer
The Mathematics Institute, Reykjavík University, Iceland
Dec 06-Sept 08 CRM-ISM Postdoctoral Research Fellow (see here)
LaCIM, Université du Québec à Montréal (UQÀM)
Jan – Nov 06 Associate Lecturer
School of Mathematical SciencesThe University of Adelaide
2005-2006 Instructor & Lecturer in Maths & Stats (casual)
School of Mathematical Sciences, The University of Adelaide
2003-2005 Instructor/Teacher in Maths & Stats (casual)
Degree Transfer Program, Bradford College, South Australia
2001-2004 Instructor in Mathematics & Statistics (casual)
School of Mathematical Sciences, The University of Adelaide

Education

2003 

to

2006

PhD in Pure MathematicsThe University of Adelaide
Awarded: August 2006
Thesis: On Sturmian and episturmian words, and related topics
Supervisors: Dr Alison WolffDr Bob Clarke
Research areas: Combinatorics, Algebra, Number Theory
2002 First class Honours in Pure Mathematics
The University of Adelaide
Awarded: December 2002
Thesis: On the period length of pseudorandom number sequences
Supervisor: Dr Alison Wolff
Research areas: Number Theory, Algebra (finite field theory)

1999 

to

2001

Bachelor of Science (Math. & Comp. Sci.)
The University of Adelaide
Major: Pure Mathematics
Graduated: December 2001
The University of Adelaide
1994-98 South Australian Certificate of Education (SACE)
Loxton High School
Graduated: December 1998