Professor of Mathematics
Year Joined RCNJ: 1992
- Phone: (201) 684-7714
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Office: G-128E
- Office Hours: MR 8:00-8:30, 3:00-4:00; W 11:10-12:00
- B.A., Utica College
- M.S., Syracuse University
- Ph.D., Syracuse University
- Elementary Probability and Statistics
- Calculus I and II
- Multivariable Calculus
- Discrete Structures
- Lineral Alegbra
- Numerical Analysis
- Introduction to Analysis
- Graph Theory
- History of Mathematics
- Analysis of Algorithms
- Object Oriented Programming
- History of Mathematics
- Object oriented programming
- Mathematics of Leonhard Euler
- History of Islamic mathematics
- Elliptic curves
- G-quadruplexes and alternate splicing
- L. D’Antonio, “Incorporating Bioinformatics in an Algorithms Course”, in Proceedings of ITiCSE 2003, Vol 35(2003), no. 3, pp. 211-214, ACM Press.
- L. D’Antonio and P. Bagga, “Computational Methods for Predicting Intramolecular G-Quadruplexes in Nucleotide Sequences”, extended poster abstract in Proceedings of CSB 2004, pp. 590-592, IEEE Computer Society.
- L. D’Antonio, “The Beha-Eddin Problem”, in Proceedings of the Canadian Society for History and Philosophy of Mathematics, Vol. 16(2004), pp. 139-152, CSHPM.
- L. D’Antonio, “The Mathematics of 17th Century Safavid Persia”, Proceedings of the Canadian Society for History and Philosophy of Mathematics, 18(2005), pp. 75-100.
- L. D’Antonio, “Teaching Elliptic Curves Using Original Sources”, in From Calculus to Computers, pp. 25-45, ed. A. Shell-Gellasch and D. Jardine, Mathematical Association of America, MAA Notes #68, 2005.
- R. Kostadinov, N. Malhotra, M. Viotti, R. Shine, L. D’Antonio and P. Bagga, “GRSDB: A Database of Quadruplex Forming G-Rich Sequences in Alternatively Processed Mammalian Pre-mRNA Sequences”, Nucleic Acids Research. 34(2006), D119-D124.
- O. Kikin, L. D’Antonio, P. Bagga, “QGRS Mapper: A Web-Based Server for Predicting G-Quadruplexes in Nucleotide Sequences, Nucleic Acids Research, 34(2006), W676-W682.
- L. D’Antonio, “Euler and Elliptic Integrals”, in Euler at 300: an Appreciation, Mathematical Association of America, 2007.
- L. D’Antonio, “The Fabric of the Universe is Most Perfect: Euler’s Research on Elastic Curves”, in Euler at 300: an Appreciation, Mathematical Association of America, 2007.
- L. D’Antonio, R. Bradley, E. Sandifer editors, Euler at 300: an Appreciation, Mathematical Association of America, to appear 2007.
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