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Marie B.Langlois


Malott Hall, Room 216

Educational Background

  • Ph.D. (2018) Dalhousie University


Number Theory, commutative algebra, combinatorial geometry, university mathematics education

My research is in number theory and combinatorial algebra. I study integer-valued polynomials and how to find bases for the modules they create. I am especially interested in the case of homogeneous integer valued polynomials, and how to use combinatorial geometry to construct these.

I am also interested in finding new ways to get more people to enjoy mathematics and how to get students more involved while learning math.


  • Mathematics


The valuative capacity of the set of sums of d-th powers, J. Number Theory 171 (2017), 155–168.