Dr. Remkes Kooistra

Assistant Professor, Mathematics and Director of Interdisciplinary Science

P: 780-465-8325
  • PhD, Philosophy, University of Alberta, 2011
  • M.Sc.(Cum Laude), Universiteit Utrecht, 2005
  • B.Sc. Honours, University of Alberta, 2002


Remkes is a recent Ph.D. graduate (2011) from the University of Alberta, now working at the King's University. He bring enthusiasm and six years of teaching experience  to the instruction of many of the Mathematics offerings at King's. His research, following the direction of his PhD thesis, focuses on the geometry of complex manifolds.

Recent presentations

"Graduate Student Involvement in University Governance"  Banff International Research

Station Roundtable Conference on Graduate Student Education, May 2010.

 "Line Bundles over Complex Analytic Varieties" Alberta Topology Seminar, Calgary,
Alberta, July 2009.

"Algebraic Methods on Complex Manifolds" Young Researchers In Mathematics and Statistics Conference, Calgary, Alberta, May 2009.

 "Complex Geometry and Algebraic Intuition"  Pure and Applied Mathematics Graduate
Student Conference, McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.  October 2008