# Biographical Information for Matt Hudelson

## Education

- B.S. in Mathematics, University of Washington, 1990
- Ph.D. in Mathematics, University of Washington, 1995

## Employment History

- Teaching Assistant, University of Washington 1990-1991
- Teaching Assistant, University of Washington 1994-1995
- Assistant Professor, Washington State University 1995-1996

## Research

- Publications
- M. Hudelson, V. Klee, and D. Larman,
*Largest j-Simplices in d-Cubes: Some Relatives of the
Hadamard Maximum Determinant Problem,* Linear Algebra and
its Applications, to appear
- M. Hudelson,
* Subdividing d-Cubes into Smaller d-Cubes*,
to be submitted
- M. Hudelson,
* Largest Equilateral Triangles in d-Cubes *,
to be submitted
- M. Hudelson,
* Omnihedral Periodic Billiards in the Regular Polyhedra *,
to be submitted

- Research in Progress
- Further investigations into largest simplices in hypercubes,
specifically, the cases when the dimension of the cube is 0 mod 4.
- Polygonally uniform seating arrangements, work with D. Kerzel and
W. Webb
- Sanding numbers of vertex-regular graphs and certain trees,
inspired by pebbling number work of H. Snevily and others
- Triangular cross-sections of the regular tetrahedron
- Covering times for random walks on graphs

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