About Me

Mike Janssen

Mike Janssen
Assistant Professor of Mathematics

Phone: (712) 722-6398


Ph.D., The University of Nebraska-Lincoln (Mathematics, 2013)
M.S., The University of Nebraska-Lincoln (Mathematics, 2009)
B.S., The University of South Dakota (Mathematics/Physics, 2007)


Areas of Specialization

Commutative algebra, algebraic geometry


Recent Publications


Courses Taught

Math 152 - Calculus I
Math 153 - Calculus II
Math 203 - Linear Algebra
Math 212 - Discrete Structures
Math 291 - Problem Solving Seminar
Math 304 - Abstract Algebra I
Math 342 - Special Topics: The Joy of Numbers
Math 343 - Special Topics: Computational Algebra


Current Research Interests

Broadly speaking, I am interested in studying algebraic properties of geometric objects. Recently, these geometric objects have been arrangements of points in the projective plane and arrangements of lines in three-dimensional projective space. I intend to continue working in this direction in the near future, and would welcome the opportunity to work with motivated students!

More information can be found on my website.