Ed Scheinerman is a professor in the Applied Mathematics and Statistics department of the Whiting School of Engineering, Johns Hopkins University where he serves as Vice Dean for Faculty.
Ed is a discrete mathematician with particular interest in graph theory, random graphs, partially ordered sets, and combinatorics.
He is an accomplished author of multiple textbooks, a research monograph on fractional graph theory, a book on C++ programming for mathematics, a guide to mathematical notation, and–most recently–a book for a general readship entitled “The Mathematics Lover’s Companion”.
More information is available on his website.
- Sc.B. Mathematics, Brown University
- M.A. Mathematics, Princeton University
- Ph.D. Mathematics, Princeton University
Professor, Johns Hopkins University
Honors and Awards
- Johns Hopkins University: Applied Mathematics & Statistics Department Faculty Teaching Award (2006)
- Mathematical Association of America: Lester R. Ford Award (for outstanding mathematical writing) (2001)
- Johns Hopkins University: Distinguished Faculty Award (1994)
- Johns Hopkins University: Robert B. Pond, Sr. Excellence in Teaching Award (1994)
- Mathematical Association of America: Lester R. Ford Award (for outstanding mathematical writing) (1991)
American Mathematical Society
Mathematical Association of America
Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics
Institute for Combinatorics and its Applications