Nate is a lecturer and is the undergraduate advisor for the
department of mathematics and statistics at the university of
Toledo. Nate received his BA majoring in mathematics minors in
both computer science and philosophy from Simpson College in 2001. He
received is MA and PhD
in mathematics from Bowling Green
State University in 2003 and 2010 respectively. Research
interests include algebra, group theory, game theory, geometry,
computational mathematics and teaching mathematics. Personal
interests include computers, photography, audio recording,
juggling, pocket billiards and any combination of these and
mathematics.

Phone: 419 530 2034

- A Mathematical Introduction to the Rubik's Cube Sept 29, 2015 University of Toledo Colloquium.
**Some Helpful links:**- Speedsolving.com wiki
- alg.cubing.net interactive cube algorithms in algebraic notation
- Here's the commutator examle from my talk (F'R'F)L(F'RF)L'

- Applications of the Perron-Frobenius TheoremOctober 2014 University of Toledo Colloquium.
- An introduction to EigencentralityOctober 2014 University of Toledo Applied Math Seminar