### Background

I am a mathematics Ph.D. student at University of Florida. As an undergraduate, I double majored in Mathematics and Physics at University of Cincinnati.

### Areas of Interest/Research

I have research interests in both pure and applied mathematics.

On the pure side, my recent work concerns lattices of action between Hall subgroups of finite solvable groups. In general, I prefer algebraic problems with combinatorial aspects. On the applied side, I focus on discrete modeling and mathematical programming. Most recently, I designed data mining algorithms for the Belle collaboration to assess crosstalk in Cherenkov detectors.

Some peripheral interests, in no particular order, are: multivariate public key cryptography, combinatorial geometry, convex analysis, computational physics, and probability.

### Office Hours

Tuesday 1:00 – 3:00pm

Wednesday 2:00 – 3:00pm

### Contact Information

Office: 457 Little Hall

Phone: (352)392-0281 x321

Email: gruberan@ufl.edu

Mailing address:

Alexander Gruber

Department of Mathematics

University of Florida

P.O. Box 118105

Gainesville, FL 32611-7320