Professor Eric Moorhouse

Eric Moorhouse, Ph.D., University of Toronto Professor of Mathematics Ross Hall 216 moorhous@uwyo.edu  +13077664394 Research interests: Finite geometry 
Education
Ph.D. Mathematics, University of Toronto, 1987
M.Sc. Mathematics, University of Toronto, 1984
B.Sc. Mathematics, University of Toronto, 1980
About Dr. Moorhouse
Eric Moorhouse joined the University of Wyoming faculty in 1989. He came to the University of Wyoming from the University of Oregon.
His mathematical interests include projective geometry, codes and designs, nonassociative structures, algebraic combinatorics, and information theory. He tries to use a variety of tools, both experimental (practical programming with computers) and theoretical (methods from group theory, algebraic geometry, number theory and mathematical logic). He loves teaching at all levels of the mathematics curriculum, both graduate and undergraduate.
Representative publications
 G. Eric Moorhouse and Penttila, Tim, Groups of projective planes with differing numbers of point and line orbits, to appear in Journal of Algebra.
 G. Eric Moorhouse, Codes of nets and projective planes, in ErrorCorrecting Codes, Finite Geometries and Cryptography, A. Bruen and D. Wehlau (eds.) , Contemporary Mathematics 523, American Mathematical Society, Providence RI, 2010, pp. 207216.
 G. Eric Moorhouse, Approaching some problems in finite geometry through algebraic geometry in Algorithmic Algebraic Combinatorics and Gröbner Bases, G. Jones, A. Jurišić, M. Muzychuk and I. Ponomarenko (eds.), SpringerVerlag, Berlin, 2009, pp. 285296.
 G. Eric Moorhouse, On projective planes of order less than 32, pp. 149162 in Finite Geometries, Groups, and Computation, A. Hulpke et. al. (eds.), de Gruyter, Berlin, 2006.
 G. Eric Moorhouse, Ovoids and translation planes from lattices, in Mostly Finite Geometries, N. L. Johnson (ed.), Marcel Dekker, 1997, pp. 123134.