Jennifer McLoud-Mann

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American mathematician

Why Is Jennifer McLoud-Mann Influential?

According to Wikipedia, Jennifer McLoud-Mann is an American mathematician known for her 2015 discovery, with Casey Mann and undergraduate student David Von Derau, of the 15th and last class of convex pentagons to tile the plane. She is a professor of mathematics at the University of Washington Bothell, where she is currently the Vice Dean of Curriculum & Instruction of the School of STEM. Beyond tiling, her research interests include knot theory and combinatorics.

Jennifer McLoud-Mann's Published Works

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