Meet Angela Angeleska
Associate Professor, Mathematics
Education: 2002 Ss. Cyril and Methodius University, Macedonia, B.S.
2005 University of South Florida, M.A.
2009 University of South Florida, Ph.D.
Courses Taught: Modern Abstract Algebra
Calculus for Business
Career Specialties: Angela Angeleska specializes in applied mathematics in biology. Her work applies graph theory, knot theory and formal languages in natural computing and modeling bio-molecular processes. She also studies the clustering problem from graph theoretical perspective and the sequence reconstruction problem from combinatorial perspective with their applications to genome assembly.
Professional and Community Activities: Angeleska has worked as a visiting research collaborator at Princeton University and the Max Planck Institute in Golm, Germany. She is a published author in journals such as
Discrete Applied Mathematics
Theoretical Computer Science
Journal of Theoretical Biology
and books from the Natural Computation Series. Angeleska’s research has been conferred at multiple national and international meetings (in the USA, Italy, Germany, Macedonia). She directed several undergraduate research projects, which were presented at local and regional conferences by UT students. She is a member of the American Mathematical Society and Association for Women in Mathematics, and served as a vice president for site selection at the Mathematical Association of America, Florida Chapter. Angeleska is the Math Club advisor at UT and served as a supervisor for the Lecture Series in Mathematics.
Honors and Awards: Provost’s Commendation for Outstanding Teaching University of South Florida USF
Teaching Award, Department of Mathematics, USF
Learning Enrichment Grant, The University of Tampa UT
Delo Grant, UT
NSF-AWM Travel Grant