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John Saccoman.

 

John Saccoman, Ph.D.
Professor, Program Adviser for Mathematics and Chair; Department of Mathematics and Computer Science
Department of Mathematics and Computer Science

(973) 761-9466
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McQuaid Hall
Room 212B

John Saccoman, Ph.D.

Professor, Program Adviser for Mathematics and Chair; Department of Mathematics and Computer Science
Department of Mathematics and Computer Science

The Seton Hall University-Stevens Institute of Technology Graph Theory Group has been an important part of my research career. The group is still active today, responsible for scores of research publications, including those coauthored with students at both Stevens and Seton Hall. My particular areas of interest are in Network Reliability Analysis and Synthesis, Algebraic Graph Theory and Baseball Analytics.

I have taught most of the courses offered on the undergraduate level, especially in the areas of matrix theory and discrete mathematics. I also will teach a course in Network Analysis for our Masters Program in Data Science.