Haynes Miller

Status: Faculty

Will mentor

  • Doctoral students
  • Pre-doctoral students

Research interests

  • Algebraic topology
  • Homological algebra

Fields of expertise

  • Pure mathematics


  • Math

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Haynes Miller has been Professor of Mathematics at MIT since 1986. In that time he has developed courses on differential equations (taken by 75% of MIT’s undergraduates) and a “project laboratory in mathematics.” He has directed some thirty PhD students and a couple of MS students. He is on several national educational advisory panels and disciplinary editorial boards. Since 2010 he has been involved with the MIT-Haiti Initiative, making frequent trips to Haiti to work with educators there.