J. J. P. Veerman

Professor of Mathematics

Fariborz Maseeh Department of Mathematics and Statistics

Portland State University

Portland, OR 97201, USA




Newspaper (El Pais, Spain) articles August 28, 1988 and March 19, 1989.

Papers starting 1985

Papers starting 1995

Papers starting 2005

Papers starting 2015

Research seminar series at Portland State University (2005, 2006, 2010, 2011)

Research seminar series at Rockefeller University (1996, 1997, 2008, 2009)

A language page.

Teaching 2015-2016:
All answers on home works and exams must be justified,  even if  that is not evident from
                             the phrasing of the question. Answers without justification will receive partial credit at best.

- MTH 311:  syllabus
                   HW1 due Tues Apr 12, 14:00pm: this link.      Practice problems: this link.
                   HW2 due Tues Apr 19, 14:00pm: this link.      Practice problems: this link.
                   HW3 due Tues Apr 26, 14:00pm: this link.      Practice problems: this link.
                   Practice Problems 2.3: problems 2.3.1 and 2.3.2.
                   Practice Problems 2.5 and 2.6:  problems 2.5.1, 2.5.2, and 2.6.1, 2.6.2, 2.6.3, and 2.6.4.
                                    EXAM 1: Thurs Apr 28, all sections up to and including 2.3.
                   HW4 due Tues May 10, 14:00pm: this link.      Practice problems: this link.
                   HW5 due Tues May 17, 14:00pm: this link.      Practice problems: this link.
                                    EXAM 2, Thurs May 19: Material for EXAM 1 plus: sections
                                    2.4, 2.6 (pg 47 and 48 and defn limit pt and isolated pt), 3.2 (defn
                                    3.1.1 and thm 3.2.1 and defn 3.2.4), 3.3 (defn 3.3.1, Ex 3.3.1, Remark
                                    3.3.1, thm 3.3.2, example 3.3.2, thm 3.3.4, thm 3.3.5, and including
                                    continuity of square-root(x)), 3.4 (except "second proof"), 3.5.

- MTH 430/530: syllabus      


General Announcement for Students:

In most of my classes you will be either strongly encouraged,
or even obliged to turn in your HW in *.pdf format based on LATEX.
Here is a website where LATEX is explained: 

Student Research Projects:

I have many research projects, Most are intended for 501 theses or PhD level projects.
If you are interested in doing a research project in:
Dynamical Systems, Fractal Geometry, Coherent Motion of Flocks, Topology/Geometry,
Discrete Mathematics, and Mathematical Physics, or others, please talk to me.