Name: Dr. Anneliese Spaeth
Title: Chair, Department of Mathematics; Assistant Professor of Mathematics
Phone Number: (334) 833-4548
Office and/or Address: Wilson Center, Room 214
- Ph.D., Mathematics, Vanderbilt University
- M.S., Mathematics, Vanderbilt University
- B.S., Mathematics, Applied Physics, Xavier University, summa cum laude, Honors Program (Applied Physics)
Dr. Spaeth, an assistant professor of mathematics, attended graduate school at Vanderbilt University, where she was awarded the Arts and Science Dean’s Select Award and earned her master’s degree in 2009 and her doctoral degree in 2013. The title of her dissertation was “A Determination of the Existence of Various Types of Positive Systems in L^p.” Dr. Spaeth presented her dissertation results at the Los Alamos National Lab in the summer of 2013, and presented a poster containing her results at the February Fourier Talks at the University of Maryland in 2013. Dr. Spaeth served as a Teaching Research Fellow with the CIRTL program at Vanderbilt during the 2009–2010 school year. She graduated summa cum laude with a B.S. in mathematics and applied physics through the honors program at Xavier University (Ohio), where she earned the Robert F. Cissel Award for Outstanding Mathematics Majors, the Clare Boothe Luce Scholarship for Women in Science, the Saint Frances Xavier Scholarship, and the Frederick A. Hauck Physics Research Award.
Her research interests include Basis Theory, Pure and Applied Harmonic Analysis, and Quantization Algorithms.
Dr. Spaeth joined the Huntingdon faculty in the fall of 2012.
Departments: Academic Affairs, Academics, Mathematics