Bruce Sagan Biography
Bruce E. Sagan (born March 29, 1954, Chicago, Illinois) is a Professor of Mathematics at Michigan State University. He specializes in enumerative, algebraic, and topological combinatorics. He is also known as a musician, playing music from Scandinavia and the Balkans.
Bruce Sagan is a famous Professor Of Mathematics, who was born on March 29, 1954 in United States.
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Bruce Eli Sagan is the son of Eugene Benjamin Sagan and Arlene Kaufmann Sagan. He grew up in Berkeley, California. He started playing classical violin at a young age under the influence of his mother who was a music teacher and conductor. He received his B.S. in mathematics (1974) from California State University, East Bay (then called California State University, Hayward). He received his Ph.D. in mathematics (1979) from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. His doctoral thesis “Partially Ordered Sets with Hooklengths – an Algorithmic Approach” was supervised by Richard P. Stanley. He was Stanley’s third doctoral student. During his graduate school years he also joined and became music director of the Mandala Folkdance Ensemble.
Bruce Sagan Net Worth
Bruce Sagan is one of the richest Professor Of Mathematics. Bruce Sagan is listed on Richest Professor Of Mathematics. According to our analysis, Wikipedia, Forbes & Business Insider, Bruce Sagan net worth is approximately $1.5 Million.
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Sagan has published over 100 research papers. He has given over 200 talks in North America, Europe, Asia, and Australia. These have included keynote addresses at the Conference on Formal Power Series and Algebraic Combinatorics (2006) and the British Combinatorial Conference (2011). He has graduated 15 Ph.D. students. During his time at Michigan State University, he has won two awards for teaching excellence.
Sagan has been an Editor-in-Chief for the Electronic Journal of Combinatorics since 2004.
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Sagan held postdoctoral positions at Université Louis Pasteur (1979–1980), the University of Michigan (1980–1983), University College of Wales, Aberystwyth, Middlebury College (1984–1985), the University of Pennsylvania, and Université du Québec à Montréal (Fall, 1985), before becoming a faculty member at MSU in the Spring of 1986. He has held visiting positions at the Institute for Mathematics and its Applications (Spring, 1988), UCSD (Spring, 1991), the Royal Institute of Technology (1993–1994), MSRI (Winter, 1997), the Isaac Newton Institute (Winter, 2001), Mittag-Leffler Institute (Spring, 2005), and DIMACS (2005–2006). He was also a rotating Program Officer at the National Science Foundation (2007–2010).
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Sagan plays music from the Scandinavian countries and the Balkans on fiddle and native instruments. These include the Swedish nyckelharpa, the Norwegian hardingfele, and the Bulgarian gadulka. In 1985 he and his then wife, Judy Barlas, founded the music and dance camp Scandinavian Week at Buffalo Gap (now known as Nordic Fiddles and Feet). He is currently a regular staff member at Northern Week at Ashokan run by Jay Ungar and Molly Mason. In 1994 he was awarded the Zorn Medal in Bronze for his playing in front of a jury of Swedish musicians. He has performed and given workshops in North America, Europe, and Australia. He plays Swedish music as a duo with Brad Battey and also with lydia ievens. His trio Veselba, with Nan Nelson and Chris Rietz, performs music from Bulgaria.