Jonathan Meddaugh, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Mathematics
Ph.D. Mathematics, Tulane University, 2011
B.S. Mathematics, Baylor University, 2004
Dr. Meddaugh grew up in Sugar Land, Texas. He attended Baylor University as an undergraduate where he majored in mathematics with minors in economics and engineering. He went on to pursue his doctorate in mathematics at Tulane University in New Orleans, Louisiana. He joined the Baylor faculty as Assistant Professor in August 2017. When not teaching or researching, Dr. Meddaugh enjoys board games, cycling, running, and outdoor activities of all kinds.
Academic Interests and Research
Dr. Meddaugh's research is in dynamical systems and continuum theory, with a special focus on the interplay between the two fields.
"Any counterexample to the Makienko conjecture is an indecomposable continuum." With Clinton Curry, John C. Mayer, and James T. Rogers, Jr. Ergodic Theory and Dynamical Systems, 29 (2009), 875-883.
"Embedding one-dimensional continua into T x I." Topology Appl. 153 (2006), 3519-3527.