Tina Garrett

Associate Professor of Mathematics

Department of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science
St. Olaf College
1520 St.Olaf Avenue
Northfield, MN 55057
garrettk (AT) stolaf (dot) edu
Office phone: (507) 786-3419
Office Hours, Spring Semester, 2013:

Tuesday: 1:30-2:30
Wednesday: 10:30am-11:30 and 1:30-2:30
Drop ins and appointments welcome!


Spring 2013:
Math 382: Partition Theory
Course Information for Spring 2013 can be found on Moodle.

Research Interests:

I am interested primarily in enumerative combinatorics, partitions, q-series and orthogonal polynomials. I am currently interested in combinatorial interpretations of Rogers-Ramanujan type identities and permutation tableaux.

Mathematica Packages:

Permutation Tableaux: software


Kristina C. Garrett and Kendra Killpatrick
"Fixed Points of Bimahonian Generating Functions" (.pdf version)
to appear in International Journal of Algebra
Kristina C. Garrett and Kendra Killpatrick
"A Sign-Reversing Involution on Bimahonian Generating Functions" (.pdf version)
to appear in ARS Combinatoria
Kristina C. Garrett
"Weighted Tilings and q-Fibonacci Numbers" (.pdf version)
Kristina C. Garrett
"A Determinant Identity that Implies Rogers-Ramanujan " (.pdf version)
Electronic Journal of Combinatorics 12 (1) (2005)
Kristina C. Garrett
"New Generalizations of Rogers-Ramanujan Type Multisum Identities"(.ps version) (.pdf version)
(In revision)
Kristina C. Garrett and Kristen Hummel
"A Combinatorial Proof of the sum of q-Cubes" (.pdf version)
Electronic Journal of Combinatorics 11 (1) (2004)
(.ps version)
Kristina Garrett, Mourad E. H. Ismail and Dennis Stanton
"Variants of the Rogers-Ramanujan Identities" (.ps version) (.pdf version)
Advances in Applied Mathematics 23, 2764-299 (1999)
Kristina Garrett
"Lattice Paths and Generalized Rogers-Ramanujan Type Identities" (.pdf version)
Ph.D. Thesis Spring 2001
(.ps version)

Conference Papers & Presentations:

Kristina C. Garrett
"Partition Theorems in Need of Bijections" (.pdf version)
North Central Section MAA, St. Cloud State University, Spring 2002.

Other Interests:

My Alma Mater: MIT
Visit some of my favorite MIT websites:
Some great math links:
Combinatorial Object Server