Bryan Curtis

I am currently a postdoctoral researcher at Iowa State University  as part of the NSF funded Research Training Group in Combinatorics, Computation and Applications. I previously held a position as a postdoctoral researcher for the Applied Algebra and Optimization Research Center at SungKyunKwan University in Suwon, Korea.

I received my PhD at the University of Wyoming in 2020 working under the guidance of Bryan Shader.

My research primarily lies within combinatorial matrix theory. I have worked on sign patterns of orthogonal matrices, variants of the inverse eigenvalue problem for graphs, Riordan arrays and zero forcing.