Christin Bibby

Christin Bibby
Assistant Professor and Postdoctoral Fellow
Department of Mathematics
University of Western Ontario
Office: Middlesex College (MC) 119


My research interests lie at the intersection of algebraic combinatorics, algebraic geometry and topology. In particular, I am interested in toric and elliptic analogues of hyperplane arrangements. I completed my Ph.D. at the University of Oregon under the supervision of Nick Proudfoot, and I am currently a postdoc at Western University under the supervision of Graham Denham. Starting in the fall, I will be a postdoctoral assistant professor at the University of Michigan.

Here is my CV and my Research Statement.

Here are my publications/preprints, including links to posters/slides/video from selected presentations:

Slides for Pisa talk on a generalization of Dowling lattices.


Courses that I have taught at the University of Western Ontario are:

Courses that I have taught at the University of Oregon are:


Created by Christin Bibby, updated Mar. 15, 2017