Before coming to Kenyon College, Casey Wynn was working on his Ph.D. from Kent State University. Casey's research deals with groups, characters and rings, but he is also fond of number theory and combinatorics. He got his first taste of a liberal arts education at Hendrix College and has not turned back since.
Outside of math, Casey's hobbies include tennis, rock climbing, board games, and film.
Group theory and character theory.
2017 — Doctor of Philosophy from Kent State Univ Kent
2014 — Master of Arts from Kent State Univ Kent
2012 — Bachelor of Arts from Hendrix College, magna cum laude
Lewis, M., and Wynn, C. Supercharacter theories of semiextraspecial p-groups and Frobenius groups, Accepted by Journal of Algebra, 2017.
Burkett, S., Lamar, J., Lewis, M., and Wynn, C. Groups with exactly two supercharacter theories, Communications in Algebra. 2016, 45: 977-982.