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Fernando Quintino


Office: Elliott B216
Phone: 512.245.1251

I recently received my PhD in mathematics at University of California, Irvine. My area of research is dynamical systems and applications to Spectral Theory of Schrodinger operators. I have been studying the logarithmic capacity of the set of exceptional energies in the parametric version of the Furstenberg theorem on random matrix products that was studied by Victor Kleptsyn and Anton Gorodetski. I am really excited to be able to teach at Texas State. Teaching is one of my passions and I enjoy innovating new teaching techniques into my courses.

I enjoy math because it is like a puzzle with no boundaries.