Jason McCullough

Jason McCullough

  • Associate Professor
  • Scott Hanna Faculty Fellow
I am an associate professor and Scott Hanna Faculty Fellow in the Department of Mathematics at Iowa State University. My research is primarily concerned with commutative and computational algebra and algebraic geometry. My advisor was Sankar Dutta. Previously I held positions at the University of California-Riverside, MSRI, and Rider University.

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452 Carver
411 Morrill Rd.


  • Ph.D., Mathematics, University of Illinois, 2009
  • M.S., Teaching of Mathematics, University of Illinois, 2008
  • B.S., Mathematics, Michigan State University, 2003
  • B.S., Computer Science, Michigan State University, 2003

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June 4, 2020: Invited virtual seminar talk for the Fellowship of the Ring - a worldwide commutative algebra seminar hosted by MSRI.

April 18-19, 2020: Iowa State will be hosting CA+, a regional commutative algebra conference, in conjunction with the Universities of Minnesota and Wisconsin. Co-organized with Christine Berkesch and Dan Erman. See our website for more info.  [Cancelled due to Covid-19 pandemic.  Check back for future meetings.]

January 2020: Invited speaker at Special Session on Commutative Algebra at the Joint Math Meetings in Denver

November 2019: Colloquium at University of Louisiana Lafayette

March 2019: University of Wisconsin Department Colloquium

February 2019: Oberwolfach workshop

November 2018: Invited speaker at AMS Sectional Meeting at the University of Arkansas.

October 2018: Invited speaker at KUMUNU at the University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS.

July 2018: An ISU Math Matters article features my work on the Eisenbud-Goto Conjecture.

June 2018: Giulio Caviglia and I will be organizing a workshop at Banff International Research Station on New Trends in Syzygies.

March 2018: MSRI Hot Topics Workshop "The Homological Conjectures: Resolved!"

March 2017: An AMS Notices article by Irena Swanson appeared featuring my work with Irena Peeva on the Eisenbud-Goto Conjecture.