George Jennings, Ph.D.
Title: Professor, Mathematics
Office: NSM A-122
Phone Extension: x3592
Email Username: gjennings
- "Does the Jordan Form of a Matrix have the Maximum Number of Zeros?" (with F. Brulois and S. Raianu), Bull. Math.Soc. Sc. Math. Roumanie Tome 48(96) No. 4, 2005.
- "“Projections, geometric”, “Similarity”, and “Relativity”. Articles in the Encyclopedia of Mathematics Education, edited by L. Grinstein and S. Lipsey. RoutledgeFalmer, NY, 2001.
- Modern Geometry with Applications. Springer-Verlag, New York, 1994.
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- "(with Judy Arms and Mark Gotay) "Geometric and algebraic reduction for singular momentum maps". Advances in Mathematics, Vol. 79, No. 1 (1990), pp. 43-103.
- "Tangential Chow forms - hypersurfaces of rank one in a Grassmannian". Geometriae Dedicata 28 (1988), pp. 1-6.
- "Lines having contact four with a projective hypersurface". Pacific Journal of Mathematics, Vol. 129, no. 2 (1987), pp. 321-335.
- "Lines having high contact with a projective variety". Pacific Journal of Mathematics, Vol 125, no. 1 (1986), pp. 103-115.
- Algebro-geometric invariants arising from the local differential geometry of projective varieties. Thesis, UCLA. 1984
- K. Ganezer, G. Jennings and S. Wiley, "First DR FFT Results on Advanced LIGO Using Perfect and Imperfect Optics", LIGO G020086-00-Z, talk by K. Ganezer at the LSC meeting March 20-23 2002 at Livingston LA, March 2002.
- K. Ganezer, G. Jennings, and S. Wiley, "New FFT Simulations for Advanced LIGO and the 40m", LIGO G020353-00-Z, talk by K. Ganezer at the August 2002 LSC meeting in Hanford WA, 2002.
- (with Robert Alt, CSUDH Physics Dept.) “A Vector Field Magnitude Contour Plot.” Contributed paper presented at the summer meeting of the American Association of Physics Teachers. At U. Maryland, Aug 5-10, 1996.
- (with Merrill Eastcott, El Camino College Math Dept.) “Priming the pump for minority participation in math & science: an overview of the Alliance for Minority Participation (AMP) Project with CSU Dominguez Hills and El Camino College” at the Third Annual Workshop on Undergraduate Teaching at CSUDH, April 1995.