Mitchel Keller wins Marshall Sherfield Fellowship
We are proud of our student Mitch Keller who has won a Marshall Sherfield Fellowship starting October 1, 2010. Keller is completing his PhD in Mathematics under the supervision of Tom Trotter, and will spend his Fellowship at the London School of Economics. Keller has been an exemplary PhD student. On top of his excellent academic performance, he has shown exceptional leadership skills through his involvement with graduate student life at Georgia Tech, the High School Math Competition, and many other activities. He has been a great and generous friend to many students, faculty and staff at Georgia Tech.
Mitch's research focuses on combinatorics, particularly finite partially ordered sets. His work to date has focused on areas such as linear discrepancy, online algorithms, and interval partitions used for computing an algebraic property of monomial ideals known as Stanley depth.
For an indepth interview, see the Georgia Tech News Release.