Herman Pat Goeters
Professor and GTA Supervisor

Research Areas - Actuarial Mathematics - Algebra

Office: 306 Parker Hall

Address:
221 Parker Hall
Auburn, AL 36849-5310

Phone: (334) 844-6587
E-Mail: goetehp@auburn.edu

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Education

Ph.D., University of Connecticut 1984
M.S., University of Connecticut 1982
B.A., Southern Connecticut University 1980


Professional Employment

Professor, Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Auburn University 1997 - present
Associate Professor, Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Auburn University 1991 - 1997
Actuarial Intern, AFLAC Summer 1992
Assistant Professor, Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Auburn University 1986 - 1991
Visiting Associate Professor, Wesleyan University 1985 - 1986
Teaching Assistant, University of Connecticut 1980 - 1984
Programmer/Analyst, US Army's Concepts Analysis Agency Summer 1981 - 1982


Honors and Awards

Sabatical Leave Fall 1994
Nominated for Sigma XI 1987
Awarded Van Vleck Visiting Fellow 1985 - 1986
Recipient of the University of Connecticut Predoctoral Fellowship 1981, 1984
Honorary membership of Pi Mu Epsilon 1984
Selected to the Federal Internship Program 1981, 1982
Mathematics Department Honors, SCSU 1980


Research and Teaching Interests

Algebra: Commutative Rings; Finite Rank Torsion-Free Modules; Actuarial Mathematics


Selected Publications

  1. "When the endomorphism ring is commutative" with Huajun Huang, and Ulrich Albrecht
  2. "Butler Modules Over Priifer Domains", with A. Giovannitti and W. Ullery, Butler modules over Priifer domains. Comm. Algebra 36 (2008), no. 3, 858-868.
  3. "Cobalanced Extensions of a Torsion-Free Module by a Torsion Module Over an Integral Domain", with A. Giovannitti, Cobalanced extensions of a torsion-free module by a torsion module over an integral domain. Comm. Algebra 36 (2008), no. 9, 3253-3262.
  4. "Precobalanced and Cobalanced Sequences of Modules Over Domains", with A. Giovannitti, Math. Bohem. 132 (7), (2007), 35-42.
  5. "FI-Extending Hulls of Abelian Groups", with Gary Berkenmeier, and Anthony Giovannitti, submitted.


Last updated: 08/10/2015