Kelly Jabbusch, Ph.D.
Biography and Education
Dr. Jabbusch earned her B.A. in mathematics and German from Willamette University, and she earned her Ph.D. in mathematics from the University of Washington in 2007. Before joining UM-Dearborn in 2012, she held postdoctoral positions in Germany (University of Cologne and University of Freiburg) and in Sweden (KTH, Stockholm), and was a Visiting Assistant Professor at Valparaiso University.
Dr. Jabbusch's research expertise is in algebraic geometry. She is particularly interested in notions of positivity for vector bundles
C. Araujo, R. Beheshti, A. Castravet, K. Jabbusch, S.Makarova, E. Mazzon, N. Viswanathan, L. Taylor: "Higher Fano Manifolds." Revista de la Union Matematica Argentina, Vol 64(1), 2022.
E. Cairncross, S. Ford, E. Garcia, K. Jabbusch: Classifying toric surface codes of dimension 7. Involve, a Journal of Mathematics 14-4, 2021.
S. Di Rocco, K. Jabbusch, G. Smith: "Toric vector bundles and parliaments of polytopes." Trans. Amer. Math. Soc, Vol. 370 (11), 2018.
S. Di Rocco, K. Jabbusch, A. Lundman: "A note on higher order Gauss maps." Michigan Math. J., Vol. 66(1), 2017.
K. Jabbusch and S. Kebekus: "Families over special base manifolds and a conjecture of Campana." Mathematische Zeitschrift: Vol 269(3), 2011.
Awards and Recognition
NSF ASCEND Fellow