About this tiling ...I am a professor in the Department of Mathematical Sciences at the University of Nevada Las Vegas.  My research is in number theory, arithmetic geometry, and algebraic geometry.  I earned my Ph.D. from Brown University where I studied under Joseph H. Silverman.  Before coming to UNLV, I worked as a Bing Instructor at the University of Texas at Austin (1991 -- 1994), and as an assistant professor at the University of Waterloo in Waterloo, Canada (1994 -- 1997). 

I am the author of a book on geometry titled A Survey of Classical and Modern Geometries.  I have also been involved with various mathematical contests.  I was the leader for the Canadian IMO team in 2002, the deputy leader in 1999, and a leader observer in 1998.  Locally, I have helped to run the UNLV Prize Mathematics Contest, and to make sure our University competes in the Putnam competition. 

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email:  baragar@unlv.nevada.edu           Address: 
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Phone:  (702) 895-0378 
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Department of Mathematical Sciences
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