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Biography

Ana Berrizbeitia, PhD, is an active learner educator, meaning her classes are generally loud, active and involving a lot of group work. She teaches all courses in undergraduate pure mathematics, ranging from College Math to Abstract Algebra. 

Her areas of research are primarily in Hopf Algebras and Quiver Algebras, but she is also interested in Algebraic Topology, Number Theory and Combinatorics. 

She loves the great outdoors and is an avid biker, hiker, backpacker and camper. She also loves baking and wants to have her own bakery someday.

Ana Berrizbeitia's Curriculum Vitae 

Selected Publications


Parking Functions, Shi Arrangements, and Mixed Graphs (with M. Beck, M. Dairyko, C. Rodriguez, A. Ruiz and S. Veeneman)
Mathematical Monthly (accepted, pending publication).

The p-adic Valuation of Stirling Numbers (with L. Medina, A. Moll, V. Moll and L. Noble) Journal for Algebra and Number Theory Academia 1, 2010, 1-30.

Invited Talks

Invited speaker. Parking Functions, Shi Arrangements, and Mixed Graphs Hartland Talk, Bradley University, Peoria, Illinois, February 5, 2015

Invited speaker. Parking Functions, Shi Arrangements, and Mixed Graphs USTARS, Berkeley, California, April 2014

Invited speaker. The p-adic Valuation of Stirling Numbers Joint Math Meetings, Washington D.C., January 2009
Poster Presentations

Poster presentation. Invariants of Hopf Actions on Path Algebras of Quivers, Algebra Extravaganza Conference, Philadelphia, PA, July 2017

Poster presentation. The p-adic Valuation of Stirling Numbers SACNAS conference, Salt Lake City, UT, October 2008