Associate Research Professor of Mathematics

I am interested in studying techniques to understand fairness in redistricting. I am also interested in computational fluid dynamics and high-performance computing.## Appointments and Affiliations

- Associate Research Professor of Mathematics

## Contact Information

**Email Address:**gjh@math.duke.edu**Websites:**

## Education

- Ph.D. University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill, 2013

## Courses Taught

- IDS 798: Capstone Project
- MATH 298: Independent Study
- MATH 353: Ordinary and Partial Differential Equations
- MATH 393: Research Independent Study
- MATH 490: Topics in Mathematics
- MATH 494: Research Independent Study
- MATH 560: Theory and Practice of Algorithms
- MATH 753: Ordinary and Partial Differential Equations
- MATH 790-95: Advanced Topics in Mathematics
- STA 798: Capstone Project

## In the News

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- Mathematicians are deploying algorithms to stop gerrymandering (Aug 12, 2021 | …
- Drawing voting lines: Can algorithms make U.S. elections fairer? (Oct 15, 2020…
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- As Court Battles Continue, How Does NC Move Forward With Redistricting? (Jun 13…
- Duke Mathematics Has Its Day in Court (Mar 25, 2019)
- The fight against partisan gerrymandering continues (Aug 31, 2018 | Herald Sun)
- Computerisierte Wahlmanipulation: Mit Algorithmen zum perfekten Wahlkreis (Nov …
- Rebooting the mathematics behind gerrymandering (Oct 23, 2017 | The Conversatio…
- How Computers Turned Gerrymandering Into a Science (Oct 6, 2017 | New York Time…
- The mathematicians who want to save democracy (Jun 7, 2017 | Nature News)
- Student Team Addresses Gerrymandering with Mathematics (Nov 28, 2016 | Duke Tod…