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Kelly Delp

Senior Lecturer

Kelly Delp

226 Malott Hall

Educational Background

  • Ph.D. (2005) University of California, Santa Barbara



Geometric Topology


  • Mathematics


My mathematical research interests are primarily in geometric structures on Manifolds and Orbifolds, particularly strictly convex projective structures. I am also interested in finding new ways to illustrate and share mathematical ideas with students, colleagues and the general public. 



Spring 2022

Fall 2022


  • Stripey Squares. Bridges Seoul Conference Proceedings, (2014), 73-78.
  • High Fashion Meets Higher Mathematics. In Mircea Pitici, (Ed.) The Best Writing on Mathematics 2013 (pp.109-119), Princeton University Press, (2014).
  • Playing with Surfaces: Spheres, Monkey Pants, and Zippergons (with William P. Thurston), Bridges Coimbra Conference Proceedings (2011), 1-8.
  • The Marked Length Spectrum of a Projective Manifold or Orbifold (with Daryl Cooper), Proceedings of the AMS, 138 (2010), 3361-3376.
  • Almost Periodic Flows on 3-Manifolds, Algebraic & Geometric Topology 7 (2007) 157−180.


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