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Jeffrey Landgren

Title: Assistant Professor

Office: Dahlonega


Dr. Jeffrey Landgren joined the UNG Mathematics faculty in 2016. His mathematical research interests lie primarily in Partial Differential Equations and the application to fluid flow. From there, he has spent most of his time on two projects. The first project pertains to the movement of electrons in batteries, capacitors, and solar cells and how sound can enhance these electronic devices. The second project focuses on injecting more precision into the equations that illustrate the flow of sea ice in the Arctic. On the mathematics education side, Jeffrey is also interested in teaching techniques that facilitate growth mindset. In short, his research in teaching is centered around mechanisms that heal poor mathematics experiences while enabling self-confidence.  He is also a member of the Mathematical Association of America’s Project NExT program (2017 – Blue Dot). Lastly, Dr. Landgren is a passionate hiker who once hiked the Appalachian Trail in 2009.


  • Ph.D., Applied Mathematics and Computational Sciences, University of Iowa, 2016
  • M.S., Chemistry, University of Iowa, 2016
  • M.S., Mathematics, Univeristy of Iowa, 2012
  • B.S., Applied Mathematics, Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009

Research/Special Interests

  • Partial Differential Equations
    • Fluid Dynamics
    • Evolution Equations
  • Electrochemistry
    • Sonoelectrochemistry
  • Active Learning and Inquiry Based Learning


  • An Acoustic Eigenvalue Problem and Its Relation to Electrochemistry: Volume 1 - Preprint

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