Rockhurst University


John A. Miller

"Be deliberate, not hopeful" - Daryl Reaugh
I am an Assistant Professor of Mathematics at Rockhurst University. I earned a B.S. in Mathematics from the University of Houston and a Ph.D. in Mathematics from Baylor University (advised by Markus Hunziker and Mark Sepanksi).


My research interests include representation theory of Lie groups and algebras, classical invariant theory, and related combinatorics. I am also interested in developing IBL courses and, especially, how to bring IBL to online courses.

Current Projects

Markus Hunziker, Miller, Mark Sepanski, Explicit Pieri Inclusions (arXiv:1911.11045)

Markus Hunziker, Miller, Mark Sepanski, Minimal Graded Free Resolutions of Modules of Covariants For Classical Groups

Markus Hunziker, Miller, Mark Sepanski, Covariant Differential Operators

Miller, J. L. Padgett,The Hopf algebraic structure of splitting methods for Lévy-driven stochastic differential equations

Recent Presentations

How to Multiply Young Tableaux via the Teasing Game
MAA Missouri Section Spring Meeting 2021

Explicit Pieri Inclusions and Minimal Graded Free Resolutions of Modules of Covariants of Several Vectors and Covectors
Algebra Seminar, Texas Tech University 2020

Explicit Pieri Inclusions
Joint Mathematics Meetings, Denver, CO 2020

Combinatorics of Young tableaux
Colloquium, Sam Houston State University 2019

Pieri inclusions and syzygies for modules of covariants of several vectors and covectors
AMS Spring Southeastern Sectional Meeting, Auburn University 2019
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