JINKO KANNO
Curriculum Vitae
Mathematics and Statistics Program E-mail: jkanno@LaTech.edu
Name: Jinko Kanno
Nationality: Japanese
Work Experience
2003-present:
Assistant Professor at
1999-2003:
Teaching Assistant at
1984-1998:
Mathematics Teacher at Shirayuri-Gakuen Junior and
Education
August 2003:
Ph.D. degree in Mathematics,
Advisor: Dr. Guoli Ding. http://www.math.lsu.edu/~ding
December 2000:
M.S. degree in Mathematics,
March 1981:
M.S. degree in Mathematics,
Publications
Selected
Presentations
January 2005:
“Splitter Theorems for 4-Regualr Graphs,” Contributed paper session at
Joint
Mathematics Meeting in
June 2004:
“Splitter Theorems for 3- and 4-Regular Graphs,” Invited Talk at the
Special
Seminar in Math at
January 2003:
“Some Splitter Theorems,” AWM poster session in
March 2001:
“Splitter Theorems for
Cubic Graphs,” The 32^{nd} Southeastern International
Conference on Combinatorics, Graph Theory, and Computing at LSU
November 2000:
“Splitter Theorems for Cubic Graphs,” The 12^{th} Workshop on
Topological Graph Theory at
Courses Taught
I have taught
Pre-calculus, Advanced Calculus, Business Calculus, Contemporary Mathematics,
Trigonometry, College Algebra, Discrete Mathematics, and Non-Euclidean
Geometry.
Training
Honors and
Memberships
Memberships:
American Mathematics Society, Mathematical Association of