Eric Samansky

Associate Professor
Department of Mathematics
(954) 262-8292
es794@nova.edu

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My research is in the areas of goemtric measure theory, probability theory, fractal geometry and real analysis. 
  1. On the precise Hausdorff dimension of nonnormal numbers (in preparation).
  2. On the measure of points of improper derivatives on Takagi’s Function, (in preparation).
  3.  Convergence of Gibbs measures on fractals and the behavior of shrinking tubular neighborhoods of sets, (in preparation).
  4. Probability measures on shrinking neighborhoods, Real Anal. Exchange 2010, 34th Summer Symposium Conference.
  5. Convergence of the distance squared Gibbs measure on algebraic sets, targets, and fractals, Real Anal. Exchange 2007, 31st Summer Symposium Conference, 71—76.
  6. Convergence of Gibbs measures associated with simulated annealing: the case of distance squared, Real Anal. Exchange 2006, 30th Summer Symposium Conference, 93—96.
  7. Convergence of Gibbs measures and the behavior of shrinking tubular neighborhoods of fractals and algebraic sets, Ph.D. Thesis: Rice University, May 2007.
1. 40th Annual Summer Symposium in Real Analysis, International University of Sarajevo, Summer 2016. Attended.
2. Pi: the Search for Randomness, Nova Southeastern University Colloquium, Winter 2015
3. 38th Annual Summer Symposium in Real Analysis, Czech Technical University in Prague, Summer 2014. Attended.
4. Winning at Math, Nova Southeastern University Student Success Seminar, with Jeffrey Lyons, Fall 2014, Fall 2015
5. Winning at Math, Nova Southeastern University Student Success Seminar, with Jason Gershman, Fall 2013, Fall 2012, Winter 2012, Fall 2011
6. Takagi’s Function: Past and Present Results, Nova Southeastern University Colloquium, Fall 2010
7. Probability Measures on Shrinking Neighborhoods, 34th Annual Summer Symposium in Real Analysis, The College of Wooster, Summer 2010.
8. The Riemann Hypothesis, Nova Southeastern University Colloquium, Fall 2009.
9. Convergence of Gibbs Measures on Fractals and Algebraic Sets, Ohio State University Ergodic Theory and Probability Seminar, Fall 2007.
10. New Results in Convergence of Gibbs Measures Associated with Simulated Annealing, 31st Annual Summer Symposium in Real Analysis, University of Oxford at Oxford, UK, Summer 2007.
11. Convergence of Gibbs Measures Associated with Simulated Annealing, 30th Annual Summer Symposium in Real Analysis, University of North Carolina at Asheville, Summer 2006.
12. Current Research on Convergence of Gibbs Measures with Complicated Simulated Annealing Constraints, (a series of 3 talks) Rice University Real and Complex Analysis Research Seminar, Fall 2006.
13. Ramified Transport and Qinglan Xia’s Current Research, Rice University Current Mathematics Seminar, Fall 2006.
14. Arrangements of Hyperplanes and Zaslavsky’s Theorem, Talk for undergraduates at Northern Arizona University, Summer 2003.