Parker Glynn-Adey is a mathematician and teacher at the University of Toronto.

My favourite him of math is geometry. I work on quantitative aspects of geometric topology. Curvature, width, and geometric subdivision problems. My advisors were Regina Rotman (Toronto) and Robert Young (Courant). I completed my doctorate in June 2016. Presently, I'm teaching at the University of Toronto, Mississauga Campus.

I am passionate about teaching, and encouraging, mathematical excellence. My passion for mathematics is fired by participating in the math education forum at the Fields Institute and engaging in mathematical outreach activities at the University of Toronto.

My course notes are available here.

The blackboard camera is available here.

Hyperbolic tiling by Vladimir Bulatov

My thesis and defense slides are available here, for the curious.

My CV and research statement are available.

Some papers:

- Glynn-Adey, Parker, and Yevgeny Liokumovich. "Width, Ricci curvature, and minimal hypersurfaces." Journal of Differential Geometry 105.1 (2017): 33-54. [arXiv:1408.3656]
- Glynn-Adey, Parker, and Zhifei Zhu. "Subdividing three-dimensional Riemannian disks." Journal of Topology and Analysis 9.03 (2017): 533-550. [arXiv:1508.03746]

The Blackboard Camera in my office has photos from office hours.

My teaching folder is available here.

- Mississauga 2017/18:
- MAT 133 – Calculus and Linear Algebra for Commerce.
- MAT 134 – Calculus for Life Sciences.
- MAT 223 – Linear Algebra I.

- Scarborough 2016/17:
- MAT A31 – Calculus for the Mathematical Sciences.
- MAT A29 – Calculus for Life Science.
- MAT A33 – Calculus for Management II.

- Toronto 2016/17:
- MAT 246 – Concepts in Abstract Mathematics.

- Scarborough 2015/16:
- MAT A33 – Calculus for Management II.

Email: parker...@utoronto.ca