David Schmitz

Associate Professor of Mathematics, MTH


Contact

630-637-5232

djschmitz@noctrl.edu

David J. Schmitz, Ph.D. has been a member of the mathematics department at North Central since 2001.  He teaches a wide variety of mathematics courses, as well as a Verandah Course on the Mathematics of Square Dancing.  David also is involved with the music and theatre programs at the college.

Selected Scholarship

 “Endomorphism Rings of Almost Full Formal Groups”, New York Journal of Mathematics, Vol 12 (2006), 219 – 233.

 “Canonical and Filling Subgroups of Formal Groups”, New York Journal of Mathematics, Vol 12 (2006), 235 – 247.

"Inverse Ambiguous Functions on Fields", Aequationes Mathematicae, 91 (2017), 373 - 389.

Courses Taught

Calculus I, II, III, IV

MTH 280: Nature of Proof in Mathematics

MTH 305: College Geometry

MTH 323: Complex Variables

MTH 375: Problem Solving Seminar

MTH 421, 422: Abstract Algebra

MTH 473: Topology

ECN 440: Mathematical Economics