Adam Rumpf joined Florida Poly as an instructor in fall 2021 after completing his
Ph.D. in applied mathematics at Illinois Institute of Technology. As a graduate student,
he worked as a part-time online teacher for Art of Problem Solving Online between
2019 and 2021, where he taught middle and high school mathematics and Python courses.
Outside of teaching he enjoys working on open-source projects for math research and
education, and has released interactive demonstrations through Wolfram Demonstrations,
Python utilities through PyPI and GitHub, and mathematical games through itch.io.
SIAM Student Chapter Certificate of Recognition, Society for Industrial and Applied
Ph.D. in Applied Mathematics, Illinois Institute of Technology, 2020
B.S. in Applied Mathematics for the Life and Social Sciences, Arizona State University,
Member, Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM), 2015-present
Member, Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences (INFORMS), 2021-present
Rumpf, A. & Kaul, H. (2021). A public transit network optimization model for equitable
access to social services. Submitted for publication. arXiv:2106.06881 [math.OC]
Kaul, H. & Rumpf, A. (2021). A linear input dependence model for interdependent networks.
Submitted for publication. arXiv:2102.05248 [math.OC]
Rumpf, A. (2020). Mathematics of civil infrastructure network optimization. Ph.D.
thesis, Illinois Institute of Technology.