Will Mentor: Doctoral students, Pre-doctoral students
Areas of Expertise
Algebraic topology, Homological algebra
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.