Amy Feaver, PhD
Amy Feaver is a professor of mathematics and computing science at King's. She received her Ph.D. at the University of Colorado in 2014, and joined the King’s computing science department immediately after graduating. She is especially interested in the more mathematical aspects of computing science and teaches many interdisciplinary courses that bridge the two subjects. In addition to teaching at King's, she taught several mathematics courses at the University of Colorado, taught robotics at The Johns Hopkins University Center for Talented Youth and has done mathematics outreach programs with elementary and junior high students.
Amy's research interests are in the field of number theory, especially multiquadratic number fields and the Euclidean algorithm. She is also an advocate of the open source software movement, and contributes to the Sage mathematics software.
with Anna Haensch, Jingbo Liu and Gabi Nebe
Kneser-Hecke-operators for codes over finite chain rings
to appear in the WIN 3 Proceedings ( 2016 )
with Marie-Jose Bertin, Jenny Fuselier, Matilde Lalin and Michelle Manes
Mahler Measure of Some Singular ????3-surfaces
Women in numbers 2: research directions in number theory , 149169, Contemporary Mathematics, 606 ( 2013 )