Jennifer Taback

Professor of Mathematics
Bowdoin College

Contact Information

Department of Mathematics
8600 College Station
Brunswick, ME 04011
(207) 725-3951

Curriculum Vitae

Service to the American Mathematical Society
Research Interests. My research focuses on interesting metric and combinatorial properties of infinite finitely generated groups. Current projects include understanding the notion of medium-scale curvature for Cayley graphs, introduced by Duchin, Bar Natan and Kropholler, and exploring this curvature for standard groups in the literature, such as solvable Baumslag-Solitar groups and Thompson's group F. I am also working on a quasi-isometry classification for iterated solvable Baumslag-Solitar groups, and various projects on automatic and graph automatic groups.

Mathematical Endeavors
Research Papers

Link to papers on the ArXiV
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Quasi-isometric rigidity
Twisted Conjugacy Classes
Dehn Functions of groups
Thompson's group F and generalizations
Lamplighter and Diestel-Leader groups
Automatic groups and generalizations
Other papers