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Pima Community College







Chris DiScenza


Christopher DiScenza, (Tucson, AZ) completed a BS degree in mathematics in 2002 and is pursuing an advanced degree in Applied Mathematics at the University of Arizona. He has done research under a number of REU Grants in the areas of differential topology and contact structures (UA Department of Mathematics 2000); the thermodynamics of dust devils (UA Department of Atmospheric Physics 1999); redshift differences of binary galaxies (Steward Observatory 1998). He is currently working in the area of differential geometry, gravitation, and, alternate models of time in general relativity (SASTPC). He is presently an adjunct faculty member teaching in the physics and mathematics areas at Pima Community College, West Campus.


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