picture2 Welcome to the homepage of Craig Timmons 

    I am an assistant professor in the math department at California State University, Sacramento.  I obtained my Ph.D. in mathematics at the University of California, San Diego under the supervision of Jacques VerstraŽte.  

Contact Info
    Office: Brighton Hall 144

    I work on problems in extremal combinatorics.  Here is a link to my papers.

A Set of Exercises for Calculus I   
    1.  This is a set of exercises for students in Calculus I.  I use this set of exercises in my first semester calculus course.  It is very much a work in progress, but at this stage in its development, other students may find it to be a good resource for practice problems.  
If you found a particular set of exercises helpful, send an email to timmonscalculus at gmail dot com and let me know what aspect you liked.  This will help me with future revisions of the exercises.  

Calculus Related Links   
    1.  Wolfram Alpha   
      2.  Some Calculus Problems by D.A. Kourba
      3.  Calculus.org
Research Related Links   
    1.  The arXiv   
      2.  Doug West's List of conferences in combinatorics

    1.  Art of Problem Solving
    2.  Kiran Kedlaya's Putnam Archive

List of Some Open Access Discrete Mathematics Journals   
    1.  Electronic Journal of Combinatorics   
    2.  J. Computational Geometry
    3.  Australasian J. Combinatorics     
    4.  New York J. Mathematics
(publishes in all areas) 
      5.  Discrete Mathematics and Theoretical Computer Science
      6.  J. Graph Algorithms and Applications
      7.  Contributions to Discrete Mathematics
      8.  Ars Mathematica Contemporanea
      9.  INTEGERS
10.  Online Journal of Analytic Combinatorics
      11.  Applicable Analysis and Discrete Mathematics